The First Year Interest Groups seminar classes help students learn about the academic resources on campus, major requirements, clubs and organizations and career opportunities.
Please visit the College's Scholarships page for information on the scholarship application. CMS students must fill out the College's application in order to be considered for department scholarships.
Communication Career Services provides career development and job search assistance to students and alumni of the college.
Students can take communication and CMS courses for credit around the world through the UT Study Abroad Office. Attend a general information session to learn about options and to begin planning for a semester abroad in consultation with you academic advisor(s). Also visit the College of Communication International Programs site, which includes an information session schedule.
Students who need assistance resolving a conflict (say, with a roommate) can go to mediation and possibly receive extra credit for a class with prior approval from the instructor. Contact the Mediation and Facilitation Clinic: 512-471-1950, firstname.lastname@example.org.