COVID-19 Updates and Resources
The international public health crisis of COVID-19 has caused the University of Houston to make many substantial changes in the way our faculty teach, how our students learn, and how we support each other during this critical time. This website will be an online repository for the policy changes that affect students and faculty. COVID-19 Updates and Resources.
- 17 National Academy of Engineering Members
- 4 National Academy of Sciences Members
- 30 National Academy of Inventors Members
- 20 American Law Institute Members
- 74 NSF Early CAREER Award Winners since 1996
- 44 Fulbright Scholars since 2011-2012
UH is committed to student success — our programs support first generation, transfer, and traditional college students. We empower you from the moment you are accepted to graduate in four years and stay connected to the history and traditions of the University. Begin with New Student Orientation, where you develop strong bonds with classmates, learn the rich history of UH and begin your experience with confidence. Enroll in UH in 4 — by graduating in 4 years, families save time and money because students can enter the workforce or begin graduate studies as quickly as possible.
The Office of the Provost has a number of initiatives which support its strategic mission to be a globally recognized institution of higher learning through outstanding education, research and scholarship, service, and outreach.
UH Preeminence: 50-in-5 is a new university-wide program focused on increasing our research and scholarly output 50 percent by 2023. This includes the doubling of our national centers from five to 10.
Houston GPS is an integrated system of cohesive, interdependent strategies that are designed to increase and accelerate student completion and smooth two-year to four-year college transfer while improving educational quality for Houston area students.