George Zouridakis, who has served as a professor in the University of Houston College of Technology Department of Engineering Technology for 10 years, now begins his role as the associate dean of research and graduate studies.
One College — A World of Opportunities
The College of Technology is the fastest-growing college at the University of Houston, with programs that inspire future leaders to apply the power of technology, science, engineering, and business toward solving real-world challenges.
Deep-rooted industry partnerships and great teaching equip our students with the practical experience to make them more successful. Earning a College of Technology degree opens up a world of opportunities because our graduates emerge with competitive skills and knowledge to help them land satisfying jobs that grow into rewarding careers.
University of Houston Campus to UH Sugar Land Shuttle Schedule
The University of Houston provides no-cost shuttle service to UH Sugar Land. To ride, students must provide a copy of their current schedule (indicating enrollment in at least one UH course at UH Sugar Land) to the UH Sugar Land Student Services office in the George Building (AMG 101). IDs will not be checked for the first two weeks of the semester to allow students to get their required UH Sugar Land ID.
There will be NO service provided during student holidays.
Bus Stop is in front of the Student Center South. Be sure to board the bus to UH Sugar Land. The UH Sugar Land Bus Stop is at the west entrance of the Brazos Hall (WCJC) building (facing HWY 59/69). UH
- Sign up for emergency notifications through myUH that will inform you of closers that may affect service.
years running, our CM students have achieved the highest score nationally on the AIC certification exam
of our 16,000+ alumni live and work in the Houston area
students, making us the second largest college on campus