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We in the University of Houston-Downtown's Division of Student Success and Student
Life (3SL) seek to create a comprehensive and seamless experience for students from
pre-college programs through graduation, and into their futures. We work with our
campus and community partners to create a vibrant culture of collaboration, cooperation,
and communication -- a culture that nurtures talent, develops future leaders and
drives socioeconomic mobility.
We are a diverse community of professionals dispersed across offices and centers across campus. We support all students by providing timely student services, and opportunities for engagement, connection, and a sense of belonging. We look forward to working with you!
with UHD President Loren J. Blanchard, Ph.D. and Harrison Keller, Ph.D., Commissioner, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
3SL in UHD News
UHD’s award-winning eSports team was recently invited to participate in a panel presentation on the Emerald Stage for Comicpalooza at the George R. Brown Convention Center...Continue reading
UHD seeks to fill through the Pathways to Teaching in Critical Areas of Need (PTCAN) Program. Thanks to the recent receipt of a U.S. Department of Education Title V Grant for $2,588,121 over five years...Continue reading
UHD is well on its way toward accomplishing the first goal of its strategic plan, “Enhancing Student Success,” especially with the recent grant of $750,000 from ECMC Foundation to establish UHD’s new Gator Success Institute (GSI)...Continue reading
Naomi Berger-Perez, UHD Director of Counseling Services, wants students to know two things: “We care about your mental health and well-being, and we are here to help with on-site and virtual counseling.”...Continue reading
On the cusp of its 50th anniversary, U
HD ushered in a new era today with the official opening of its Wellness & Success Center (WSC) with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. on January 20!..Continue reading
UHCL, UHD Receive Basic Needs Grants: The U.S. Department of Education selected UH-Clear Lake and UH-Downtown to receive funding under the Basic Needs Program-Supporting Student Success Program..Continue reading
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