Academic Resources

Academic Community Centers

  • located in Jester Center and Kinsolving Residence Halls
  • on-site advising, tutoring, mentoring and other academic support services


  • online course management
  • tutorials for using Canvas

First-Year Interest Groups

  • learn how to join a FIG
  • view FIG course clusters
  • apply to be a FIG mentor

First-Generation Longhorns

  • scholarship opportunities
  • first-generation student events and programs

Graduation Help Desk

  • answers to your questions about how to stay on track to graduate on time
  • resources, FAQs and info to help you get the classes you need


  • library services and resource tools
  • chat with a librarian
  • hours and locations

Center for Leadership and Learning

  • success initiatives
  • leadership coaching
  • academic workshops and lecture series

Office of Undergraduate Research

  • undergraduate research opportunities and programs
  • info sessions

Texas One Stop

  • registration and degree planning
  • scholarships and financial aid
  • tuition payments
  • diplomas and transcripts
  • catalogs, course schedules and final exam schedules

Sanger Learning Center

  • peer tutoring and academic coaching
  • study groups
  • classes and workshops from learning specialists

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

  • promotes academic integrity and other standards of conduct
  • investigates alleged violations of university rules and implements the discipline process

Student Testing Services

  • learn about and register for tests for credit and placement
  • view testing dates and locations

Veteran and Military Affiliated Services

  • free tutoring, academic counseling, peer coaching and mentoring

Texas Global

  • study abroad programs
  • scholarships and funding
  • info sessions and advising appointments

TEXAS Extended Campus

  • for-credit courses: semester-based and self-paced, in the classroom and online
  • professional development for career prep
  • informal classes to have fun/meet friends

Transfer-Year Interest Groups

  • learn how to join a TrIG
  • view TrIG course clusters
  • apply to be a TrIG mentor

University Writing Center

  • make an appointment to get free, expert writing help
  • view upcoming workshops and events

Vick Advising Excellence Center

  • schedule an appointment for career counseling and academic advising
  • help with exploring majors, registering for classes, and internal transfers

Helpful Tools

Interactive Degree Audit

The Interactive Degree Audit (IDA) allows you to see your progress toward the completion of your degree requirements. You can run your own degree audit and project how future courses may apply to your degree. The IDA also allows you to estimate how courses from other institutions might apply to UT Austin degrees.

Catalogs and Schedules

The Undergraduate Catalog offers information on undergraduate degrees, degree requirements, majors, program options and courses.

The Course Schedule contains information that you will need to register for your classes including instructions, academic advising requirements and course offerings for the semester.


Need help deciding on a major? Check out Wayfinder, a cool online tool that helps you explore your options and choose what's right for you.