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A.D. Bruce Religion Center
The A.D. Bruce Religion Center is the focal point for many on-campus religious and spiritual activities. It is a bustling center of many ongoing educational programs and activities focusing on religious issues with an emphasis on Interfaith Dialogue. The A.D. Bruce Religion Center offers a place for both quiet meditation and spiritual growth.

African American Studies
African American Studies is a distinct academic discipline that engages Africa-centered research and teaching through an interdisciplinary approach to scholarly inquiry.

Asian-American Studies Center
The AASC is an interdisciplinary academic center dedicated to the study of Asian/Asian Americans in the United States and abroad. Its mission is to generate knowledge, increase awareness, and foster rich opportunities for learning about the Asian/Asian American experience.

Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has a mission to provide psychological, educational, and social support services to the university community, which helps students to be more successful in their academic, personal, and social pursuits. CAPS offers individual, couples, and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention, preventative and developmental outreach programming and services, consultation, training, and supervision.

Center for ADVANCING UH Faculty Success
The goal of the NSF ADVANCE program is to increase the number and success of women faculty in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and behavioral sciences fields.

Center for Students with Disabilities
The Justin Dart Jr., Center for Students with DisABILITIES (CSD) office provides accommodations and support services to University of Houston students who have temporary or permanent health impairments, physical limitations, psychiatric disorders, and/or learning disabilities.

Challenger Program
The Challenger Program is designed to assist you in every way possible to complete post-secondary education at the University of Houston.

Children’s Learning Centers
The mission of the Children’s Learning Centers (CLC) is to provide a nationally accredited exemplary early childhood program that supports the student, staff, and faculty of the University of Houston (UH) while at the same time, encourages UH student success by offering opportunities for learning, discovery, and engagement.

Equal Opportunity Services
The Office of Equal Opportunity Services acts on behalf of the University as a neutral fact-finder that enforces the University’s Equal Opportunity Policies.

Hispanic Studies
The Department of Hispanic Studies offers programs for Spanish Language Requirement, Undergraduate, and Graduate Studies. It also seeks to foster understanding and communication through the study of Spanish languages, literature, linguistics, and cultures in the age of globalization, to provide education and training for students seeking careers drawing on or enhanced by such study, and to develop established and new programs contributing to local, regional, national and international knowledge.

International Student and Scholar Services
Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS) provides services for non-immigrants with University of Houston affiliations.

Language and Culture Center
Since 1975, the LCC has provided intensive English instruction for international students who want to study at universities in the United States or improve their English language skills to meet personal and professional goals.

Latin American Studies Information
UH's Latin American Studies Minor and Program (LAST) in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is designed to encourage study and teaching relating to this very important geographic and cultural area.

LGBTQ Resource Center
The mission of the UH LGBTQ Resource Center is to launch the next generation of healthy, proud, academically successful lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) citizens, leaders, and advocates.

Mexican American Studies
Our mission is to advance knowledge, promote critical thinking, and foster the value of service to the community.

Religious Studies
The Religious Studies Program offers courses that foster the understanding of world religions and their influence on human behavior and world affairs.

Sexual Violence Prevention Education
A list of resources for getting help, staying educated, and reporting procedures around the topic of sexual violence and its prevention. Whether you or someone you know is dealing with any kind of sexual misconduct issue, members of the UH community are here to help.

Student Advocacy and Support Services
A service that helps students with various academic and non-academic concerns such as residency status, registration, fee payment, housing, financial aid, grades, parking, and other university-related issues.

University of Houston Diversity Statement

Urban Experience Program
UEP represents a dynamic mix of abilities, academic preparation, social, ethnic, national origin, regional, age, and gender diversity.

UH Veteran Services
The University of Houston is an approved training facility for veterans and a Military Friendly institution. Depending on your specific need, two campus offices provide services to veterans.

Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies
The UH Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies (WGSS) Program draws upon the dynamic energy of the global city of Houston, to challenge students to understand how categories of gender, sexuality, race, class, dis/ability, and citizenship shape not only their own lives but also the lives of people in their communities and around the world.

Women and Gender Resource Center
To advocate, educate, and provide support services for the advancement of gender equity on campus, with an emphasis on student safety, health, and success.

Youth Empowerment Alliance (YEA)
Youth Empowerment Alliance (YEA) is an immigrant youth-led organization at the University of Houston that aims to improve the present reality faced by undocumented students by being their voice in and out of campus.