Dr. Devan Ford-McCartney, Director of the Women and Gender Resource Center in the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services was appointed to the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) National Council of Directors.
The A.D. Bruce Religion Center hosted Meet Your Ministries, an interactive event providing students with information about various ministry groups on campus
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) launched its new Initiative REACH at the beginning of the Fall semester.
The Center for Student Involvement hosted its annual Cougar Resource Fair Tuesday, September 18th, from 11:30 to 1:30 in the Student Center Plaza. Over 400 Coogs attended the event to learn about the resources that 17 campus departments have to offer.
The University of Houston is making major strides in inclusiveness. The Campus Pride Index, a national benchmarking system designed to measure colleges’ and universities’ LGBTQ-friendliness, has awarded UH a score of 4.5 out of 5, a half point above last year’s score.
Please join the UH community in observance and honor of the thousands of innocents killed by terrorists on September 11, 2001. We also honor our local first responders and the many Americans who decided to join our nation's military in response to the horrific attacks. UH is home to a steel beam from one of the fallen World Trade Center towers. Also, you may view a photo exhibit of the catastrophe at the Student Center Theater area from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Explore more.
Let's hear it for the ladies! The Phenomenal Woman event is an evening of celebration, awareness and empowerment for UHWomen. This event will include dinner and a keynote address from former Houston Mayor Annise Parker. Space is limited, so registration is required.
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).