Explore information related to financial aid, fellowships and scholarships; funded field programs; how to access Steve Hicks School’s supplemental financial resources including the Student Emergency Fund, Professional Development Fund and Food Pantry.
Requirements, information, forms and more for BSW, MSSW and PhD students who wish to work as teaching assistants, research assistants or assistant instructors at the Steve Hicks School.
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Access field form and guides, check the Office of Field Education calendar, find contact information and more.
Search syllabi by program, course name, course number, semester/year or professor.
The DiNitto Career Center is a one-stop shp for career advising at all stages of the job market exploration.
Find workshops and events from the Steve Hicks School’s Office of Professional Development.
The Counseling and Mental Health Center offers mental health program and services to support students’ well-being, academic and life goals. Laura Dupuis, LCSW, is the Counselor in Academic Residence (CARE) at the Steve Hicks School.
The University of Texas Libraries guide on getting started with social work research.
Visit this page for tech support and questions related to email, IDs, software and more.
See options for student parking on campus. Please note: Student employees working 20 hours or more are eligible for staff/class-A permits. Consider taking public transport: Capital Metro mainline buses and trains are free with a valid university photo ID.
Texas law classifies each person who applies for admission to a Texas public college or university as a resident of Texas, a nonresident, or a foreign (international) student. How you’re classified is important because it determines whether you pay non-resident tuition rates or in-state rates, which are lower. Being a resident also qualifies you to apply for financial aid awarded by the state.
This university office seeks to create and maintain an education and work environment free from all forms of sexual harassment, sex discrimination, exploitation and intimidation where all students, faculty and staff can learn, work and thrive.