Our college’s breadth, depth and adaptability make it ideally suited to the needs of a diverse state with a growing, dynamic economy and a rich history. The liberal arts prepare students to understand and learn from that history, to analyze problems from multiple viewpoints, and to draw upon knowledge from a range of cultures past and present. It prepares them to be creative and flexible leaders, citizens and workers, dedicated to making the world a better place for everyone.
The value of the liberal arts extends beyond our majors. Every student who attends the university, regardless of major, will take classes in our college during their undergraduate years as part of their core curriculum — classes in rhetoric and writing, the humanities, American and Texas history and government, and courses in a variety of behavioral and social sciences.
This is what distinguishes a liberal arts education at a public research university: the exposure to leading scholarship and teaching in a variety of disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences, and the opportunity to explore ideas across those disciplines in classrooms, laboratories and in our communities.
UT Tax Services oversees 'Service payments' (<-- due to the honorarium)
Direct link to: Service payments/Independent Contractor process
HBP part 12 explains the policy and here and HBP.12 and follow the trail on Service payments to non-employees
INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR PROCEDURE
tombstone style, using accordion drag and drop function, a list of FAQs easily parsed.