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Employee Spotlight –
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Auxiliary Services

Town Hall Announces Residential and
Dining Vision

Red Friday Gear brochure

Never Fear, Textbook Options are Here

All TL-Sports and Winning Ways products are 25% off through Feb. 12

Graduation Fair Event

Eat Chic with New Sushi Concept at the UC

UH Dining Services Puts Your Comments in the

Go Green and Get Cheap Refills with UH Dining Green Thread Mug

HUB Statistics

Free Tax Assistance for Foreign Nationals

Tax Form Contact List

Green UH
Get Fired Up for RecycleMania

Athletics Participate in Green Initiatives

Give a Valentine’s Day bouquet that lasts

Sustainability Newsletter

Residential Life and Housing Staff Busy While Residents on Break

They’re Connected! Wi-Fi Installed in the Quad and Moody Towers

Human Resources
Coming to UH – On-site Mammography Program

Parking and Transportation
TPAC passes Parking Plan

METRO Offers Direct Routes between Downtown and Airport

Plant Operations
Health and Biomedical Sciences Center

Multiple Construction Projects: Fencing Goes up Around Campus

Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…

Public Safety
Parking Enforcement Services

Suspicious Mail and Packages

University Oaks Community – Street Parking

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Students returning to the Quadrangle and Moody Towers for the Spring semester will find that these residence halls are now fully wireless. UH has upgraded and improved wireless network services throughout the Moody Towers (North, South and MT Commons area), OB Hall, Settegast Hall, Taub Hall, Law Residence Hall and Bates Residence Hall. This was done in response to resident feedback indicating students wanted the ability to possess and use multiple mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets in their rooms and anywhere else in the residence halls.

Previously, wireless services were available only in the lobbies of Moody Towers and the Quadrangle. However, over the winter break UH IT added 38 Access Points (APs) in Moody Towers and 40 APs in the Quadrangle to make wireless services available throughout the buildings. In addition to mobile devices, students can access the wireless services through their desktop computer with the use of a wireless card.

“UHWireless” is the associated wireless network for Residential Life and Housing and also throughout the university. The wireless services for Residential Life and Housing is now at par with the rest of the campus.

Wireless services are separate from and in addition to the wired network also available in the residence halls. Wired network enhancement will be scheduled sometime in the future.

For more information about the wireless network in the residence halls, contact Javier Hidalgo, Interim Executive Director of Residential Life and Housing, at 713-743-6070. For additional information about UHWireless, go to and search for “UHWireless” or use contact methods such as Ask Question or Live Chat.