Provide a Top Tier, Inclusive Educational Experience to All
A college education has long been a part of the American dream. Research shows college graduates earn more money, are more likely to own a home, have more joy and better health. Yet, too often, persons from low income and underserved communities are left out of the equation. Society wins when everyone can attain the dream of a high-quality college education.
UH stands ready to further bridge the gap between dreams and opportunity, to graduate more students with higher grade point averages, make college more financially accessible to all and elevate the learning experience to prepare students for successful careers.
Make educational programs more financially accessible for all students.
Use innovative and creative teaching methods to elevate student learning.
Increase the number of experiential learning opportunities that prepare students to excel in their chosen fields.
Provide highest quality professional and graduate degree programs and prepare students to lead.
Provide working professionals with top quality programs to upgrade their skills and help create a robust economy.
University of Houston will rank among the Top 75 and then among the Top 50 public universities in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report ranking.
More than 50% of freshmen will continue to be first generation college students and from underserved communities of color.
Number of ranked graduate programs will double and existing ranked programs will increase their standing.
UH will increase the number of certificates, modules and micro-credential programs for working professionals.