Nearly 200 area high school students and their families gathered at UH at Sugar Land for
Destination UH--an opportunity to learn more about all of UH's colleges and programs, plus meet with UH admissions, housing and financial aid pros. This is the second year such an event has been in Sugar Land.
The UH College of Nursing has been recognized nationally for its commitment to diversity and inclusion. For the fourth year in a row, INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine has bestowed the college with the Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award.
The UH Executive Human Resource Development program, housed at UH at Sugar Land, connected with human resource coach and consultant, Dave Ulrich, the featured presenter for the program’s annual luncheon.
Young leaders and creatives from around the country will gather in Detroit, Michigan, for the prestigious Forbes Under 30 Summit. Among them will be Chinwe Obi, a digital media student, whose professional aspirations are to pursue interface/user experience design.
Join the UH Fort Bend Alumni Club Nov. 2 as they cheer for the Coogs to beat UCF! Kickoff at 11 a.m. Girdiron Bar and Grill, 4524 Highway 6, Sugar Land, 77478. 10% off your tab for all Coog fans wearing RED!
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON HOMECOMING, Nov. 11-16
The oldest UH tradition kicks off with a Pep Rally at Student Center Plaza and culminates with the UH vs. Memphis Homecoming Game at TDECU Stadium!
Free FAFSA workshops this fall in Sugar Land. Financial Aid pros from UH will answer questions and provide one-on-one help. Free and open to the public, but registration is required:
QUESTION, PERSUADE, REFER (QPR):
Nov. 11-15 is QPR Week at UH at Sugar Land. Counselors from UH CAPS will oversee Suicide Prevention Training to teach how to persuade someone to contact assistance and how to identify referral options. Three workshops. Free. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.