Topic: Grade-point average

The Center for Students in Recovery Receives National Award for Groundbreaking Drug and Alcohol Recovery Initiatives

June 12, 2012

The American College Health Association recently honored the Center for Students in Recovery (CSR) with the "Best Practices in College Health" Award for 2012. CSR supports students at The University of Texas at Austin who have alcoholism and other drug addictions by offering them a pathway to recovery and academic achievement. The American College Health Association is the nation's principal advocate and leadership organization for college and university health. The award recognizes cutting-edge and exemplary health education and promotion services.

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New Study Confirms Benefits of a Research University to Student Success

May 30, 2012

About 89 percent of all undergraduate students and 94 percent of seniors participate in some type of research while at The University of Texas at Austin, according to a new study released this month from the Office of Assessment for the university's Division of Student Affairs. Based on a survey of 13,120 undergraduates, the report reveals that 71 percent of students agree that the university is strongly committed to undergraduate education.

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Longhorn Student-Athletes Lead the Nation with 10 Academic All-America Selections

Aug. 18, 2008

When it comes to giving out final grades to the 2007-08 University of Texas at Austin student-athletes for their performance in the classroom, only one can do justice.

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