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Welcome to UH at Sugar Land

An Instructional Site of the University of Houston

UH at Sugar Land offers undergraduate and graduate programs from the UH Colleges of Nursing, Engineering, Education, Social Work, Business and Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. A part of the UH main campus, UH at Sugar Land is located at the corner of US-59/69 and University Blvd.

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Campus Highlight

University Branch Library

The University Branch Library serves the UH at Sugar Land students, faculty, staff and community. Services and resources include:

  • Research databases & citation guidance
  • Study & Meeting rooms
  • Delivery & Drop Off of UH Library items
  • Book Reserves

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Learn more about the UH colleges and programs in Sugar Land

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Top Story

How COVID-19 Changed Human Trafficking

Maria Burns shared with the TEDx Sugar Land audience the story of a flight attendant working a flight from Seattle to San Francisco. She noticed a young girl traveling with an older man. The girl looked distressed and when the flight attendant discreetly passed her a note asking if she needed help, the girl said yes. The pilot notified the police, and the man was apprehended in San Francisco. He was a human trafficker. “This case has a happy ending for the victim, but upon researching thousands of cases, most do not,” said Burns, assistant professor in the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering-Technology Division, in the Information Science Technology department. Read more…

News Archive

Diversity Over Division

Mural Poem

Watch Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton read Growing Tomorrow in a Field of Today, the poem that influenced the artwork for the Diversity Over Division mural.

Learn more about the Diversity Over Division mural