Staff Council Bylaws - The rules and operating procedures that govern the UT Dallas Staff Council.
Employee to Employee (E2E) Connection - The E2E connection is a way for veteran staff to share their knowledge and experience with others. If you are a new employee to UT Dallas, a current employee who switched departments or a current employee who has new or unfamiliar tasks assigned, you can get your questions answered and learn from our group of volunteer advisors.
Celebrate Achievement Reward Excellence (CARE) Award - A recognition for staff who have demonstrated superior performance, offered outstanding customer service, and performed acts which have enhanced the image of the university
Ink-Jet Recycling Program - Recycle your old printer toners and cartridges. All proceeds benefit the Staff Council Scholarship Fund.
Staff Council Scholarship - A $250 scholarship per semester for eligible staff.
Staff Council Orientation - An introductory presentation given to new Staff Council representatives which describes Staff Council, its committees, and representative's responsibilities.
Tuition Assistance Plan - The University of Texas at Dallas offers eligible employees the opportunity to enroll in up to six hours of regular academic credit per semester and pay reduced tuition and fees.
Staff DART Transit Pass - The University of Texas at Dallas provides faculty and staff with affordable access to public transportation to help reduce the number of vehicles on campus and to alleviate parking demand. Employees may purchase annual DART Transit Passes at University-subsidized rates.
Galerstein Women's Center - The UT Dallas Women's Center supports and empowers women on campus, increase awareness of gender issues, and advocate for an inclusive, safe, and open environment for all.
University of Texas System Employee Advisory Council (EAC) is a selected representative advisory group that works with and on behalf of The University of Texas System. The mission of the EAC is to provide a forum for communicating ideas and information between employees, the Board of Regents, and the Executive Officers of U. T. System.
The UT Dallas Wellness Committee is an university-wide committee that aims to provide a variety of programs, tools and resources that will enable staff, faculty, and students to take charge of their own physical, mental and spiritual health. The committee promotes various Wellness and Nutrition topics, Walking Trails, Monthly Health Tips, and the Mammogram Van. In addition, UT System Health and Wellness Resources page provides employees, retirees and dependents the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive and integrated health improvement program. It is the Wellness Committee’s goal to create a culture and environment that supports and promotes the value of good health.
The UT Dallas Retiree Association is a grassroots organization dedicated to the wellbeing of the University, its retirees, and the community.