The University of Houston seeks out Cougar-quality students from across the state and around the world. Among the areas it is attracting future Coogs is the Lone Star State’s Rio Grande Valley (RGV).
Through the UH Rio Grande Valley Admissions Office in McAllen, Texas, the University is connecting with prospective students throughout the state’s southern region.
On Feb. 11, UH community members, alums, area educators and constituents will celebrate this facility’s progress during an official ribbon cutting ceremony. The event will kick off at 10 a.m. in the UH RGV Admissions Office (612 Nolana Avenue). A reception will immediately follow this event at Lone Star National Bank (520 E. Nolana Avenue).
Among the guests scheduled to attend this event are UH President Renu Khator; Paula Myrick Short, UH senior vice president for Academic Affairs and provost; Eloise Dunn Stuhr, UH vice president for University Advancement; and Darrin Hall, UH executive director of Governmental Relations.
The UH RGV Admissions Office opened in July 2013 and is the University’s first facility dedicated to serving prospective students in the state’s southern region. Staff members in the RGV office provide admissions support and guide students through the financial aid application process. The office serves students in RGV’s largest counties – Starr, Cameron and Hidalgo – and complements two additional Texas recruiting/admissions initiatives in Austin and Dallas.
For more details on this event or the UH RGV Admissions Office, contact admissions counselor Diana Porter at 956-627-6346 or email@example.com. For details on the University’s application process, tuition and financial aid, visit the UH admissions site.
The University of Houston is a Carnegie-designated Tier One public research university recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s best colleges for undergraduate education. UH serves the globally competitive Houston and Gulf Coast Region by providing world-class faculty, experiential learning and strategic industry partnerships. Located in the nation’s fourth-largest city, UH serves more than 39,500 students in the most ethnically and culturally diverse region in the country. For more information about UH, visit the University’s newsroom at http://www.uh.edu/news-events/.