I hope you all are winding down from an all-too-eventful fall semester, and are gearing up for a fun and restful holiday. We’ve been through a lot this semester… lived through a lot this semester. I am so incredibly thankful for such dedicated colleagues and I know you share my Cougar pride in all our successes.
This semester saw us:
- Increase our enrollment
- Welcome interns from Project SEARCH
- Watch Digital Media students partner with real-world clients
- Congratulate the 1000th graduate from the UH Nursing program
… and help countless of our colleagues, students and community friends during the devastation of The Storm. That, perhaps, was our finest hour. You’ve shown the resilient spirit that is #CougarStrong.
The spring semester promises more opportunity as we prepare to break ground on a new building, usher in new classes and programs, and welcome new leadership to UH Sugar Land. We’ve raised the bar for success, but I know we’re up to the challenge.
I hope you and your families enjoy being together and have the happiest of holidays.
Interim Associate Provost of Academic Affairs and Operations
P.S. Please take a moment to watch this slideshow. Our campus looks so beautiful in snow!
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