Topic: Office of Student Financial Services

UT Strives to Improve Four-Year Graduation Rates

Sept. 16, 2013
UT Strives to Improve Four-Year Graduation Rates

From the Daily Texan: As freshmen take their first steps into college, a team across campus is aggressively working to make sure students graduate from UT in four years. [Infographic]

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Senior Vice Provost David Laude to Host Panel Discussion on College Affordability and Transparency

Feb. 26, 2013

EVENT: Senior Vice Provost David Laude will host David Bergeron, U.S. acting assistant secretary for postsecondary education, for a conversation on national higher education policy.

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Students Warned to Be Cautious of Student Loan Advertisements

Jan. 10, 2013

With a new semester about to begin, students at The University of Texas at Austin are again receiving emails promoting search engines and Internet portals for private student loans. The wording of some emails, including references to a "student loan summary for University of Texas at Austin," may suggest that they have been sent by the university. That suggestion may be misleading.

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The University of Texas at Austin and Education is Freedom Partner to Support Underserved High School Students

June 17, 2010

The University of Texas at Austin and the Dallas-based organization, Education is Freedom (EIF), are collaborating on a pilot program in the Dallas Independent School District that will provide a pathway to the university for high school students who have been historically underserved but are high achievers.

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The University of Texas at Austin Makes Transition to Direct Loans

March 15, 2010

Beginning with the 2010 summer term, The University of Texas at Austin will join thousands of U.S. colleges and universities in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Student Loan Program.

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