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The University of Houston at Sugar Land, an instructional site of the University of Houston, offers undergraduate and graduate programs from the UH Colleges of Nursing, Technology, Education, Social Work and Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

Value Statement

At the University of Houston at Sugar Land, we value building a legacy of:

We believe that the strength of our successful region lies in the diversity of our people, traditions, perspectives and talents. We champion that.
We believe the foundation of all successes are the relationships that lead to meaningful collaborations, impact and growth. We cultivate those.
We believe our students, faculty, staff, families, industries, partners and neighbors create the energy for opportunities to move us forward as an institute of higher education. We invest in them.
We believe in creating empathetic leaders who are anchors for the community—the next generation of diversity champions. We are committed.

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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.

Diversity Initiative

Diversity Over Division is a collaboration with the Fort Bend County Judge’s Office, the University of Houston at Sugar Land and the Fort Bend County Libraries. Launched in August of 2020, Diversity Over Division is a celebration of the diversity of culture and perspectives in Fort Bend County and the University of Houston.

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Two nursing students in black scrubs stand at the foot of a hospital bed. A third student stands at the side administering a syringe to a mannequin.

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Nursing Professors Seek Removal of Bias in Nursing Education

An article by Shermel Edwards-Maddox, University of Houston College of Nursing professor of practice, and Danielle Quintana, clinical assistant professor, explores ethics and implicit bias in nursing education. The article, published in the journal Teaching and Learning, says “nurses possess the responsibility of promoting equality and diversity by treating all pati and colleagues with respect and dignity.” Read more…

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Fast Facts

  • 22Undergraduate, graduate programs
  • 200+More than 200 faculty provide instruction
  • 5UH Colleges offering programs, classes
  • 4Home to four pieces in the University System’s Public Art Collection
  • 2019New College of Technology building opened