They’ve already moved into their dorm rooms, eaten in the residence halls, and maybe even made a new friend or two. Now, as UT’s new batch of freshmen attends its first classes on the Forty Acres today, they officially begin their (hopefully four-year) college career.
We asked the experts—AKA experienced UT grads and current students—for some pointers on life as a Longhorn. Here’s a look at the advice they had for the Class of 2016.
Well look at that! Congrats! Keep letting them know who you are. One by one, we ...
Liz Eck I am speaking at the Conference this group is putting on in January. Th...
It starts at home obviously, but for the 1-8 million a year we pay these coaches...
The list of sports scandals is long, but business, politics, academia, the arts,...
Melissa V. A. Perez:
SPAAT (Student Program for Academic & Athletic Transitioning) in Oakland in alre...