The Office of Student Success enriches the learning experience of Liberal Arts students by fostering community and developing future leaders and scholars.
A one-hour credit course designed to assist incoming new UT Austin students in their transition to college.
Acquire the tools you need to make the most of your university experience! A FIG consists of 15-20 freshmen that take two to three courses together as well as a one-hour weekly seminar.
Student organizations are a great way to get involved in campus life and many College student organizations provide avenues toward further engagement in your degree and the College.
An academic transition program for highly motivated first-year students.Located in the College of Liberal Arts building, the Lisa and Neil Goldberg College of Liberal Arts Student Success Offices (known by students as the CLASS Center) provides a great space for Liberal Arts students to interact with their peers. There are computers available for use, tables and quiet rooms for study, as well as a mobile charging station and TV.
CLA 1.304, 512-232-3816
Research is a hands-on method to learn new ways to solve problems and thoroughly explore different academic subject areas.
Education is not limited to what happens in the classroom. The College of Liberal Arts has developed an online portal for exploring opportunities to enhance the UT Austin experience. Frontiers provides information about getting internships, studying abroad, developing leadership, and participating in research.