Resources for Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Program
Resources for Undergraduate Resources

The University of Texas has a wide range of resources across campus designed to help all students succeed.


Academic Advising

The Student Advising Office offers several flexible options for you to find the help and support you may need from our advising and administrative staff. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 - 5:00 and closed on University holidays. They are located on the second floor of the G.B. Dealey Center for New Media or via Zoom.

Phone: 512-471-1553

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Moody Undergraduate Student Resources

Moody College of Communication is dedicated to the success of all undergraduate students, offering academic, financial, career and university-wide resources to guide you on your undergraduate journey.

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Undergraduate Scholarships & Financial Aid

A large number of other scholarships are available to undergraduate students at The University of Texas at Austin and through federal, state, and private institutions. To learn more about Scholarships and Financial Aid, visit Texas One Stop

The School of Journalism and Media awards more than 100 scholarships to continuing journalism majors and incoming transfer students annually. At this time, there are no scholarships available to entering first-year students.

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Moody College Writing Support Program

Do you dream of a career in journalism yet struggle with writing? The Moody Writing Support Program is here to help. A journalism writing coach will work one-on-one with you at DMC 3.372 to improve your writing, organize peer critique groups and lead workshops to reinforce critical core skills in journalism. Diana Dawson, coach and program director, is a nationally recognized reporter and writer who has taught the beginning newswriting class (J310F) in the School of Journalism and Media for 17 years.

Take advantage of this free program today and return as often as you like to polish a skill or correct a problem.  You may book appointments up to five days out for the remainder of the semester at.


Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to helping all UT students – undergraduate, graduate, and professional – reach their fullest potential. Our office provides robust student support services along with opportunities for leadership experience, a variety of student work environments, engaging programming, and specialized resources.


The University Writing Center

The University Writing Center (UWC) was founded in 1993 to help UT Austin students become more proficient, more versatile, and more confident writers. The UWC can help students from any major, with any writing project, at any point on their college career. Writers of all abilities come here to do what professional writers do: get another person’s response to their writing.


The Vick Advising Excellence Center

The Vick Advising Excellence Center serves students across campus who are looking for help exploring majors, navigating the internal transfer process, and problem-solving Core Curriculum and Flags issues. The Vick Center also focuses on advising excellence by providing all academic advisors at UT Austin with the training, tools, and resources to deliver the best advising experiences to their students.

If you have questions about course scheduling and do not intend to switch your major, you must meet with the advising office within your college/school.


Resources from New Student Services

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Tour the Forty Acres

Explore the Forty Acres with this 360-degree view of our beautiful campus.

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Graduation Data

The School of Journalism and Media at the University of Texas at Austin is among the elite journalism programs that have earned national accreditation by the ACEJMC, the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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Curriculum Assessment Plan

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