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.
Greetings from Dr. Gene Fitch,
vice president for Student Affairs »
We strive to develop and implement high-quality, innovative, student-focused programs and traditions that result in graduates who are satisfied and successful.
In response to UT Dallas' strategic plan, Creating the Future, Student Affairs initiated a strategic planning process that involved conversations with all units in the division.
Student Affairs includes 24 departments with over 200 full-time professionals to provide a variety of programs and services to enhance the student experience at UT Dallas.
Behavior Assessment and Intervention Team
The Behavior Assessment and Intervention Team (BAIT) reviews behavioral incidents and ensures a systematic response to students whose behavior may be disruptive or harmful to themselves or the UT Dallas community.
Student Fee Advisory Committee
The Student Fee Advisory Committee considers budget requests and makes recommendations for the allocation of funds from the following student fees:
- Athletic Program Fee
- Medical Services Fee
- Recreation Facility Fee
- Student Union Fee
- Student Services Building Fee
- Student Services Fee