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First Year Technology Experience (FYTE)

saiFirst Year Technology Experience Workshops are college academic success seminars that cover a variety of topics and areas to assist students through their transition to college and maximizing their undergraduate experience at the University of Houston.

The general goals are to support your academic performance, enhance your College of Technology experience, and complete your academic endeavors in a timely manner towards a worthwhile career. These workshops will prove to be beneficial in how to navigate the college process and any associated resources within your studies and prioritizing your academic mindsets to create a strong foundation in studying habits while also engaging with professors/staff within your major and providing support for academic growth.

There are also incentive prizes for attending multiple workshops throughout the school year.


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First Year Technology Experience Workshops

Join the College of Technology for success workshops on how to navigate through your first year at the University of Houston

Workshop: Date and Location:
SPRINGing Up Your GPA
Learn more about the academic support and tutoring services that are available to you at UH.
January 26: T1 116A
How to Pay for College: Scholarships and Financial Aid
Realizing how scholarships and financial aid can pay for your education.
February 16: T1 116A
Join the Other Coogs at UH Sugar Land
Explore the academic programs and resources available at the College of Technology at UH at Sugar Land.
March 9: T1 116A
Accelerate Your Academic Endeavors
Hear from UH College of Technology graduate students about the benefits of continuing your education beyond your bachelor’s degree.
April 6: T1 116A

Time: 12:30PM -1:15PM

The general goals are to support your academic performance, enhance your College of Technology experience, and complete your academic endeavors in a timely manner towards a worthwhile career.

For more information contact Andres Acosta at 713-743-1537 or amacost4 @central.uh.edu