Dream Scholars are students who qualify for Senate Bill 1528 legislation; the term “Dream Scholars” emphasizes the academic hopes and scholastic identity of these students on our campus. Many dream scholars experience unique strengths and challenges in the pursuit of a college education. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) supports students’ personal and academic growth by maximizing their use of available resources within the university and in the larger community.
These are some experiences that a counselor may be able to assist you with:
CAPS recognizes the importance of being involved on campus therefore we encourage students to find events, activities, departments and organizations of interest to them and that serve their needs.
The following are abbreviated lists of departments on campus:
For academic support:
For financial support:
For social support:
Clinicians on staff offer individual, couples, and group counseling to support you in addressing the challenges of college.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, exhausted, etc. please do not hesitate to contact CAPS; clinicians are trained to assist you in addressing your concerns. For more information regarding seeking CAPS services contact 713-743-5454. If you feel more comfortable expressing your concerns in another language, the following languages are spoken at CAPS: Danish, Mandarin Chinese, and Vietnamese.
Forms and Guides:
The affidavit must be notarized and submitted to the “Admissions office at the Welcome Center”.