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Princeton Review Ranks UT’s Student Health Services 10th in the Nation

UT’s University Health Services is the 10th-best university health care provider in the nation, at least in the eyes of the Princeton Review. The popular...

 
 

UT Scored Three Top Rankings This Week

Not that Longhorns are the bragging type, but pardon us while we pat ourselves on the back for a moment: The university seems to be on a bit of a hot streak...

 
 

World University Rankings Put UT at 29th

We’re No. 29! OK, so 29th may not initially sound like the most impressive number for a school that likes to pride itself on being No. 1, but being named...

 
 

UT Ranks 5th in the World for Patents

The lithium-ion battery. Ethernet. And a polymer technology that prevents abuse of the drug Oxycontin. Those are just three of the many significant creations patented...

 
 

Report: UT a Top School for Producing Millionaire Grads

This week, we learned that UT alums are some of the most employable grads around. Now we know that they’re also some of the most successful—at least when...

 
 

Daily Beast Ranking Says UT is 9th-Happiest College

Walking the Forty Acres on a beautiful fall day like today will have any Longhorn thinking that UT is one of the happiest places on earth. Thanks to The Daily Beast,...

 
 

UT Drops to 52nd in U.S. News Ranking

These days colleges are subject to hundreds of rankings of every flavor, from “Best Value” to “Fittest,” but there’s still one ranking...

 
 

UT’s Law Degree Ranked Most Valuable

Everything’s bigger in Texas—including the value of a law degree. The University of Texas’ School of Law nabbed the No. 1 spot on U.S. News’ list of schools...

 
 

Texas Ranks Low for Civic Participation [Infographic]

A new study from UT’s Strauss Institute shows low levels of civic engagement in Texas—from voting to volunteerism. But the authors say there may be hope. Texas...

 
 

UT Ranks 6th Nationally for Alumni Salaries

Measuring the return on investment in a college degree can be tricky. After all, intangibles like relationships, values, and life experiences are hard to quantify. But...

 
 
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