What We Do
We empower students by educating them about the benefits of a college degree.
We connect students to valuable resources and programs that promote and inspire growth.
We support our University's and community's intiative to become a more inclusive and prospering environment.
We are dedicated to helping students navigate the college-going process, including career and college exploration, applying to college, and the financial aid process. We offer various activites, workshops, and activities that will educate students about the benefits of higher education.
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Your health and safety is important to us. Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), all presentations will be conducted virtually.
Paving the Road to College
K –12th (Presentation times vary based on academic grade level )
Approx. 15-45 minutes
Students will learn general information about college. This presentation also details information about post-secondary options, importance of earning a post-secondary degree, and the steps to and why it is important to start thinking about life after high school.
10th – 11th Grade
Approx. 30-45 minutes
Students will learn the importance and how to choose a college based on their academic, social, and financial needs.
FIRST GEN COOGS
First-Generation (first-gen) college students are the first members of their immediate family to attend college in the United States. Many first-generation college students experience unique strengths and challenges in the pursuit of a college education. We're here to help guide future first-gen coogs with their journey to college. Check out our Planning for College pamphlet for advice on how to prepare for college from ninth grade to senior year.
Official SAT Practice
Having a high SAT score can increase chances of getting into college, qualify you for college honors programs, and open up more scholarship opportunities.
Prepare for the SAT by taking advantage of free offical SAT Practice with your Khan Academy and College Board accounts. Students will get personalized practice recommendations based on your results from the new SAT®, PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™10, and PSAT™8/9. All you have to do is follow these steps:
Go to satpractice.org
Create an account on Khan Academy, or sign into your existing account.
Link Your Accounts
When prompted, agree to link your Khan Academy and College Board accounts.
Send Your Scores
Log in to your College Board account, and hit Send to get a personalized practice plan.
Want to talk to someone from the Access and Outreach team about the University of Houston? Have a question about scheduling a presentation with your class? Reach out to the Access and Outreach team today!
The University of Houston offers various resources to its students to maximize their college experience. Check out a few helpful offices and organizations below:
University of Houston Resources
For additional resources and information, visit uh.edu/dsaes.