University of Houston, Campus Recreation Center was chosen as one of 78 Make a Splash programs in the U.S. to receive grant money from the USA Swimming Foundation in 2018. The awarded money will go toward UH, Campus Recreation Center’s continued efforts to provide free or reduced cost swim lessons.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) celebrated various aspects of diversity at the University of Houston by hosting the fourth annual Culture Connect Week celebration. Culture Connect Week is an exciting and educational week full of multicultural programs, collaborations, and social events.
The Women and Gender Resource Center Awards recognize faculty who have made significant contributions to teaching, research, and service, including service to women and advancing gender equity on campus.
Gil Lizalde of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services and Maria Honey of Administration and Finance presented a panel discussion titled “El Chupacabra: Panel discussion regarding the rare species known as the Latino higher education executive leader” during the 43rd annual Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE) Conference.
The University of Houston Office of Admissions has hired two new members for the leadership team, Sara Khalifa, Assistant Director for Customer Service, and Dr. Johna McClendon, Associate Director for International Recruitment.
SPB is back with a thrilling trip to Urban War Zone Paintball. Don’t miss this affordable opportunity to release some stress and connect with other paintball lovers in the UH community. See more.
Join us in raising awareness to end sexual violence. Wear your teal; if you don’t have any stop by the Resource Fair or WGRC to pick up a teal ribbon. Find out more.
What does diversity even mean, and why does it matter? This workshop will discuss the meaning of diversity and explore the multiple diversities that exist. Participants will also identify the relevance of their own cultural identities and leave with an enhanced understanding of how to embrace diversity in order to work more effectively across difference. Learn more.
Are you feeling blue? Come to the Beating the Blues: Understanding Depression workshop to learn more about depression and the symptoms, how to cope, and ways to access support and help! See more.
Explore the city of Houston during a 35 mile-long bike ride with exciting stops throughout the city. Participate must be able to comfortably ride a bike at 10 per hour. Lunch is provided. The registration deadline is March 30 at 5 p.m. See more.
The day will be filled with information for high school-aged siblings and relations (Rising 9th grade through rising 12th grade) of current UH students on what you can do now to get into college, campus life and traditions, the difference between high school and college, and how to navigate the college campus. Participants will have the opporutunity to make connections with fellow Coogs, faculty, and staff and join us and their families for a celebration at dinner at the baseball game watching our Coogs take on the University of South Florida. See more.
Take part in Diversity Institute, a one-day diversity conference for students, faculty and staff. This year’s theme "Classism: The Last Socially Accepted Prejudice?" will explore the impact of classism on oppressed and discriminated-against groups, particularly, people of color. Dr. Tanya Williams is the keynote speaker this year. Register here.
The process of healing after experiencing a trauma is a unique journey for each individual. The Healing Gallery features works focused on healing and triumph. Featured work have played a direct role in the healing process of the artist. We invite all members of the UH community to come and experience an inspiring and diverse journey of healing through the power of art. See more.
This workshop allows participants to enhance their knowledge of cultural and personal identity and intersectionality. Diversity 201 is a workshop designed to expound upon topics discussed in Diversity 101. It is encouraged for participants to attend Diversity 101 before participating in this workshop. Learn more.
Join the party! Lavender Graduation is an annual ceremony conducted on campus to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and ally students and to acknowledge their achievements and contributions to the University. All faculty, students, alumni, staff, family and friends are invited to attend and celebrate. The LGBTQ Alumni Association will be hosting the reception immediately following the ceremony. Graduates must register by April 22. See more about attending and registration.
The primary role of the Department of Enrollment Services is to administer all of the services and programs that are designed to help students enroll at the College, including admissions and registration, financial aid, and testing. The goal of the Department is to position students in a way that maximizes their chances for academic success.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services is dedicated to helping students get involved on campus to better develop leadership skills, character, and discipline. As part of our commitment to create ethical leaders and global citizens, we give students a place to grow in spirit and learn to accept personal responsibility. Additionally, we promote positive living and learning communities through social and service activities.
The Division of student Affairs and Enrollment Services takes a holistic approach to building a healthier student body by offering programs and services that address mind, body, and spirit. We recognize the importance of an active, healthy student body. Our students have many fitness and athletic options to explore and have access to excellent healthcare services.
Living in a residence hall at the University of Houston can be a wonderful, positive experience. While living on campus you will have access to many services and resources – Faculty-in-Residence and Living/Learning communities.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services provides opportunities for students to achieve their goals by offering services that complement their academic experiences. We support students' general needs that, when met, provide a foundation for academic and personal success.
UH Sugar Land
UH Sugar Land is transitioning from a UH System institution to a campus of the University of Houston. As UH expands programs at the UH Sugar Land Campus, the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services will provide events and support services on select days of the week. All students are invited to use these resources.