Leah Singer, program coordinator for Cougars In Recovery, was selected as the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) Staff Member of the Year.
Jane Nguyen has been hired to serve as the new Office Coordinator for the UH Student Government Association. In her role as Office Coordinator, Jane supports the activity of executive leadership, cabinet members, and senators.
Brian Waddle will join the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services as the Director of Communication effective August 20, 2018. As the Director of Communication, Brian is responsible for: planning and coordinating publications of the division; communicating with the general public and UH campus community; planning, coordinating, and overseeing the writing and distribution of CoogNews, the DSAES staff newsletter, and the campus community newsletter to faculty and staff; and news releases.
Trevor Crossland joined the Student Life team on Monday, July 23. Trevor brings over seven years of professional marketing experience including event management, brand development, marketing planning, advertising and multicultural marketing.
Mudithani Hettiarachchi, a Research Assistant in the Department of Assessment and Planning, Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services and a graduate student at College of Education has been offered the TACUSPA Graduate Student Scholarship for the 2018 TACUSPA Fall Annual Conference that will take place on October 21-23 in Houston, TX.
Let's welcome the newest members of the Cougar family. Each year, Student Housing and Residential Life moves in thousands of new and returning students, leaving a lasting impression on students and their families. Thanks to the help of our staff, volunteers, and sponsors, the move-in event gets better and better each year. Interested in volunteering? Sign up here.
Come party with your student organizations in Lynn Eusan Park! Enjoy free beef burgers, veggie burgers, and hot dogs while listening to live music and participating in a number of activities provided by student organizations! Sponsored by Center for Student Involvement.
For 16 years, the Cat's Back has been welcoming students, both new and returning, to campus. At this event you will be connected with student organizations, eat free food, participate in fun activities, have chances to win some awesome prizes, and a FREE t-shirt.
Need a break after your first week of classes? Party the night away in glowing face paint and your glowstick of choice, while Live DJ's play all your favorite songs! See the full schedule for Weeks of Welcome.
The first InfraRED late night event is scheduled for the first Friday of the semester. Stay tuned for the announcement of this InfraRed night’s theme, as well as the others scheduled throughout the year. Meet new friends, win prizes, and enjoy free food!
Join all members of the UH community – incoming students, returning students, faculty, and staff- for a day of service with our campus and community partners working to address social issues facing Houston. Participants will have the opportunity to choose between two shift times. Transportation, lunch, a t-shirt, and all materials required for service projects will be provided for all volunteers. Sign up.
Want to get off campus and explore the city of Houston? MyUH, MyHouston is a partnership between the UH, Houston First Corporation and Houston’s METRO to bring an exciting and interactive event that will teach students how to get around the city and take advantage of all the community has to offer. Sign up!
Campus Prowl is a single-day, campus-wide open house event. Visit different offices and departments to learn more about how they can help you achieve success. The more offices one visits, the more chances to win prizes. See the Weeks of Welcome full schedule.
Come meet all of the sororities and fraternities on campus. This is a great way to connect with all of the 48 fraternities and sororities. Enjoy food, music, games, and fun. See the full Weeks of Welcome schedule.
Commuter Student Services welcomes all new and returning commuter students to participate in this year’s event featuring commuter resources, giveaways, a drawing for gas cards, and much more! Come out and see why it's so great to be a commuter student at the University of Houston!
Students have the opportunity to get involved by volunteering at events, workshops, awareness tables, and in the office for the LGBTQ and Women and Gender Resource Centers. Attend the training and volunteer according to your own schedule. Accrue volunteer hours and earn incentives. Accrue more hours and earn leadership opportunities. Register today.
All Cougar fans are invited to officially kick off the Houston Athletic year with Cage Rage. This year’s event will feature the 2018 football team, appearances by Major Applewhite, players and special guests. Join the Spirit of Houston in learning the traditions and pageantry of game day for the Houston football team.
The primary role of the Department of Enrollment Services is to administer all of the services and programs that are designed to help students enroll at the College, including admissions and registration, financial aid, and testing. The goal of the Department is to position students in a way that maximizes their chances for academic success.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services is dedicated to helping students get involved on campus to better develop leadership skills, character, and discipline. As part of our commitment to create ethical leaders and global citizens, we give students a place to grow in spirit and learn to accept personal responsibility. Additionally, we promote positive living and learning communities through social and service activities.
The Division of student Affairs and Enrollment Services takes a holistic approach to building a healthier student body by offering programs and services that address mind, body, and spirit. We recognize the importance of an active, healthy student body. Our students have many fitness and athletic options to explore and have access to excellent healthcare services.
Living in a residence hall at the University of Houston can be a wonderful, positive experience. While living on campus you will have access to many services and resources – Faculty-in-Residence and Living/Learning communities.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services provides opportunities for students to achieve their goals by offering services that complement their academic experiences. We support students' general needs that, when met, provide a foundation for academic and personal success.
UH Sugar Land
UH Sugar Land is a location of the University of Houston and home to many UH programs. The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services (DSAES) provides support services and events throughout the academic year. All students are invited to use these resources. Learn more about the DSAES departments at UH Sugar Land.
Students who take classes at UH Sugar Land may obtain a Cougar Card and a Shuttle Service decal in the UH Sugar Land Campus Support Services office, room 101 in the George Building (AMG).