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Office of Student Success

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The Office of Student Success enriches the learning experience of Liberal Arts students by fostering community and developing future leaders and scholars.

Academic Success Programs

Foundation Scholars Program

An academic transition program for highly motivated first-year students. 

PACE

The Path to Admission through Co-Enrollment (PACE) program offers alternate entrance to The University of Texas at Austin to select students. PACE participants spend their freshman year on the Forty Acres part-time, taking one class per semester at the university while completing the majority of their coursework at nearby Austin Community College (ACC) – Rio Grande.

Student Communities

There will always be a need for strong, ethical leadership; it’s a quality that employers want, and our society needs. A Liberal Arts education allows students to discover their leadership talents and build skills in management, decision-making, teambuilding, and more.

With over 1,000 student organizations on campus, there are endless ways to get involved with a project, initiative, subject, or interest you are passionate about. Check out HornsLink to discover all that student groups at UT Austin have to offer.