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.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion fosters an inclusive university community by providing services, programs, and support that engage, empower, and educate our highly diverse student population and campus partners.
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.
Cougars in Recovery, the new collegiate recovery program at the University of Houston, aims to offer incoming students a smooth transition to the University of Houston, both socially and academically; offering opportunities for positive sober social interactions; setting standards that hold recovering students accountable; and providing support, guidance and opportunities to serve the community.
While pursuing your educational goals at the University of Houston, you will be faced with many challenges. Sometimes these challenges may seem insurmountable. In approaching these challenges, you should be aware that there many people and services at the University that are dedicated to helping you through these situations and whose purpose is to enhance your ability to succeed.
International Student and Scholar Services advances the goals of Global Strategies and Studies by providing for the special needs of international students and exchange visitors related to their status as non-immigrants of the United States. It fulfills the University of Houston's responsibility to comply with the laws and regulations of the U.S. government and promotes internationalization through comprehensive services and programs.
The LGBTQ Resource Center at the University of Houston seeks to create an environment of inclusion and acceptance for all LGBT students, staff and faculty. Through outreach, programming, education, advocacy, leadership and visibility, we strive to strengthen the UH LGBT community and to eliminate attitudes of homophobia, heterosexism, and gender identity oppression. The Center provides the UH LGBT community with access to a broad range of resources, activities, and support services through collaborations with student organizations, campus departments, and local community organizations.
Maybe you've known your career path since the age of six. Or perhaps, you're still a little murky regarding what you'd like to do. Either way, the University of Houston can help you refine your goals and chart a course to achieve them.
University Career Services offers a wide range of programs and services that will help you reach your goals, both while you're at UH and long after.
UEP strives to create academic opportunities for participants in the program in concert with community and corporate networking and support. The multifaceted components of the program promote scholarship, community service, and personal and professional development; through mentorship and internship as a conduit for the development of well-trained professionals.
The Women and Gender Resource Center provides a comfortable and friendly place where students, staff and faculty, both women and men, can seek information on a variety of topics, obtain confidential referrals to appropriate campus and community resources, and discuss issues of concern. The Center presents programming on issues of gender and sexuality within the Center and also does outreach, providing training to a wide range of student organizations and the larger campus community.
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. The two offices are Veterans Services (VS) and the Office of the University Registrar. Together, we coordinate the University's veterans’ services to the more than 1,200 veterans, spouses, and dependents attending classes and receiving veterans’ benefits. VS has a wide array of annual and special programs for student-veterans throughout the year.