The Division of Student Affairs, administered by the Vice President for Student Affairs, serves a critical role in ensuring the education of the whole student and achieving the academic mission of UT Dallas. As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Vice President for Student Affairs also works with cabinet members on special initiatives and cross-functional projects that help to create a seamless learning environment for UT Dallas students.
The role of Student Affairs is to enrich the University experience for students by providing outstanding services and programs from enrollment to graduation. Student Affairs plays a key role in supporting the University's commitment to produce engaged graduates prepared for life, work and leadership in a constantly changing world.
It is our desire to be one of the best student affairs programs in the nation. As a relatively young program, we are well-positioned to succeed in developing and implementing high-quality, innovative, student-focused programs and traditions that result in graduates who are satisfied and successful. (more)
Programs and Services
Student Affairs provides a wide array of programs and services in support of students’ academic endeavors, their personal growth and development and their quality of life. (more)
Commitment to High Quality Service
Student Affairs is committed to putting students first, recognizing and respecting the needs and rights of all individuals. (more)
We are pleased to present the Annual Report for Student Affairs (more).
Student Fee Committee
Greetings from Dr. Darrelene Rachavong
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Student Affairs area at UT Dallas. As you explore our web pages, I believe that you will quickly see that UT Dallas is a special place devoted to its mission and committed to creating and maintaining a culture of excellence for our students. (more)
Resources for Parents
Having your student begin their University career can be a stressful experience for parents, especially if they have not lived away from home before (more).
Higher Education Act
UT Dallas encourages students to participate in federal, state and local elections. Find out more information about the Higher Education Act and how you can register to vote.
Updated: April 10, 2013