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The University of Houston at Sugar Land is as vibrant and dynamic as the region in which it resides. Learn more about our student successes, unique programs and Tier One faculty.
Continuing Education and Training for Nursing Professionals: Contact Tracing Program through Coursera
Innovation, Digital Proficiency Goal of New Partnership with College of Technology, Microsoft
Two Summer STEM Camps Offered Virtually by UH College of Education
Heroes in the Pandemic
Biotechnology Professor Recognized for Leadership in Promoting STEM Education
UH Technology Program, KBR Partner for Unique Learning Opportunities for Students
OTHER NEWS RESOURCES
UH Today >
UH Today is an official University of Houston communication for faculty and staff. UH Today, which includes a website and a daily email digest, reports on important human resources and University policy issues, provides institutional and employee features and covers awards, appointments and events information, as well as other items of interest to the UH campus.
UH Magazine >
The University of Houston Magazine is published by the Division of University Marketing, Communication and Media Relations.
The Cougar >
The Cougar is the official student-run publication and news organization at the University of Houston.
UH Alert >
UH ALERT is the official emergency notification system for the University and provides prompt notification to students, faculty and staff in the event of a condition which may threaten the health or safety of those on campus. To ensure you receive these notifications, students, staff and faculty must update their emergency contact information.
The University of Houston at Sugar Land is located at the intersection of US-59 south and University Boulevard, just northeast of the Brazos River, one exit south of Sweetwater/First Colony Boulevard. We offer large state-of-the-art classrooms, computer and multimedia laboratories, as well as a campus library and bookstore.
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