The University of Texas and Moody College have a wide variety of convenient services and resources available to our students, parents and community members.
Moody College offers our students the chance to learn about internship and employment opportunities. Students are encouraged to wear professional attire and bring their resumes. The fall semester fair will take place in September. Stay up to date by clicking on the “Learn More” button below.
Join Moody College and other University of Texas parents for Family Weekend! Visit campus and learn what it means to live the Moody College student lifestyle. Family Weekend will be hosted again in 2021.
The Moody College Writing Support Program helps currently enrolled students polish and perfect their professional communication skills, free of charge.
The Communication Council is the official student voice of the Moody College of Communication.
The Student Services Building is home to University Health Services, the Forty Acres Pharmacy, the Counseling and Mental Health Center, the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Financial Services, the Campus Environmental Center, the Office of Student Ombuds, and the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement.
Libraries on the Forty Acres have over 10 million volumes of physical books, digital journals, databases, and web resources that are free and accessible to all Longhorns.
In the heart of the city known as the Live Music Capital of the World, The University of Texas at Austin offers a dizzying array of arts and culture opportunities.
To ensure safety for all UT students, SURE Walk is a resource that offers volunteer companionship during a student's walk home from campus.
Students have the ability to complete Moody College course work while abroad, gaining new skills, experiences, knowledge, and memories.
Moody College academic advisers are on hand to assist with course selection, scholarships, major changes, degree requirements, and graduation information.
Moody offers a host of honors programs to enrich and increase the academic rigor for current students.
Career Services provides students with resume assistance, employment opportunities, Career Connect events and other resources to help students find the best positions for them in their respective fields.
The On Track Student Success Program aims to ensure each student graduates in a timely manner. This program offers first-year interest groups, student organizations, workshops and other beneficial resources to further academic achievement.
The Intellectual Entrepreneurship Internship allows undergraduate students to explore aspects of graduate study programs, attend seminars, and conduct research alongside a mentor.
The Sports Media Minor is designed to give a theoretical understanding and practical experience in sports media. The minor brings together interests in the practice and scholarship of sports journalism, broadcasting, media production, and human communication.