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Visit or call 956-UTB-4YOU.

Benefits to Graduating in Four Years I dare you! •

The sooner you finish school, the sooner you are on your way to using what you have worked so hard to learn and achieve.

Every extra year in school equals an extra year of tuition and fees.

The sooner you graduate, the sooner you can enter into a career in your field of study.

True Cost of Your Degree

12 hours per semester versus 15 hours per semester The longer you take to complete your degree, the more it will cost you.

You should also consider that you are extending other costs related to your education, such as cost of living, transportation, books, supplies and other related expenses.

By taking 15 hours a semester you can finish your degree in four years. Limiting yourself to 12 or less hours a semester will take you five or more years to complete your degree. “Graduating within four years is extremely beneficial. Every extra year spent in college is a loss of salary that you could be earning. There is also the possibility of accruing more debt. In my opinion, it is important to get in and out as quickly and efficiently as possible. You never know what opportunities might pass you by.”

Note: Dollars are consistent; increase in tuition, room and board and earnings are not forecasted. Information obtained from the Office of Student Financial Aid and Office of Career Services.

Lost income Books/Supplies/Transportation/Misc. Tuition and fees

– Lauren Berletch will graduate May 2013

higher education costs at

utb and TSC

$250,000 $200,000

Total: $159,911 Total: $115,489

$150,000 $100,000

Total: $71,140


$31,748 $69,792




graduated in 5 years

graduated in 6 years

Time to degree (graduation) 30 credits earned per year x 4 years (8 semesters)

Time to degree (graduation) 24 credits earned per year x 5 years (10 semesters)

Time to degree (graduation) 20 credits earned per year x 6 years (12 semesters)

Total of tuition, fees –$24,612

Total of tuition, fees –$25,581

Total of tuition, fees –$26,084

Books and supplies –$5,032

Books and supplies –$6,290

Books and supplies –$7,548

Transportation at ($1,886 PY) –$7,544

Transportation at ($1,886 per year) –$9,430

Transportation at ($1,886 per year) –$11,316

Personal and miscellaneous ($1,886 PY) –$7,544

Personal and miscellaneous ($1,886 per year) –$9,430

Personal and miscellaneous ($1,886 per year) –$11,316

Room and board (at home/on campus) –$26,408

Room and board (at home/on campus) –$33,010

Room and board (at home/on campus) –$39,612

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4 years at UTB

5 years at UTB

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loans and Scholarships

Flat-Rate Tuition

Students taking 15 or more semester credit hours pay a flat tuition rate. In other words, all hours taken over 15 SCH per semester are free.

The average loan for a UTB undergrad student is $5,981 per year, and $19,626 for graduates. The average UTB scholarship award is $819.54.

Tuition Discounting for Non-peak Hours

Campus Job Program

Students receive a 25 percent discount for taking classes at 7 a.m. and on weekends, and a 10 percent discount for classes from 1-4 p.m., which are historically non-peak hours.

When students work on campus, they are likely to take more hours per semester and graduate at an accelerated pace. Tuition revenue also funds the Student Employment Initiative (SEI), which offers students the opportunity to work on campus if they take 15 semester credit hours and maintain a 2.75 GPA.



Decide how you will organize your class notes. a) All-in-one versus separate folders or notebooks for each class b) Spiral notebooks versus loose leaf binders c) How to keep track of course assignments and due dates

Time Management

a) Weekly schedule • Time in transit • Time in class • Time running personal errands • Time studying • Time working • Time playing! b) Semester Schedule • Exam dates (plus when you need to study for those exams!) • Major projects due dates (and when you’ll do them) • Holidays, long weekends, spring break, etc.

Pay attention to ...

• Ways to combine tasks and/or errands • Especially heavy or light weeks • Tasks that require extra time and/or resources to complete • The extra things (need a new printer ribbon? Disks? Bluebooks?)

Classes and grades

Fore more tips and information, visit or call 956-882-8292. Visit the Student Success Center, located in the MRCN Annex.


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• Attend every class • Decide what grade you want to earn in each class and find out what you have to do to earn it. • Monitor your progress. • Go to class prepared. –– Review notes before class. –– Read assignments. –– Take all your class things. –– Plan to take notes and/or record lectures in class.


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Your Academic success plays a big role in determining your eligibility for a job on campus. Grades Matter! Eligibility for the Student Employment Initiative Program: • • • •

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Must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree for the first time Enrolled 15 credit hours or more, each fall and spring semesters Cumulative and Semester GPA of 2.75 or higher Meet SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) requirements (70 percent completion rate)

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A minimum of 12 credit hours completed in residence as a fulltime student at UTB and TSC A minimum of 30 credit hours completed for transfer students A maximum of 105 credit hours completed for first time applicants

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REK Center Hours Monday-Thursday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


time management Divide the circle below into “pie sections” to represent the percent of time you spend on a typical day (6 a.m. to midnight) on:

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Maintain healthy habits

Limit caffeine and sugar

Improve personal habits

Learn relaxation techniques

With a partner, share your findings on the following questions.

Laugh some more

Exercise regularly

Make lists

Be kind to yourself

Practice breathing exercises

Set limits

Eat right

Take breaks

Talk out problems

Delegate tasks


1. What surprised you the most?

Get enough sleep

Pace yourself

Do things you enjoy


Think constructively

Don’t abuse alcohol or drugs

Manage your time

Remember what is important

Listen to relaxing music

Be realistic

2. What part would you like to change? 3. How do you plan to change it? List top five ways you could improve your time management:

Slow down


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Your username consists of your first- and last-name initials plus your seven-digit Scorpion ID. Your password is the same as Scorpion Online and Webmail.

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2012-2013 Academic calendar.

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Fall Semester

academic Advising cEnter

Monday, Aug. 27_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First day of class Monday, Sept. 3_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Labor Day Holiday Wednesday, Sept. 12____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Official Record Day

Camille Lightner Center 956-882-7362

Saturday-Friday, Dec. 8-14___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Finals Saturday, Dec. 15___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Commencement


Career Counseling/ Mentoring MRC North Annex 956-882-8292

Monday, Dec. 17_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First day of class Monday, Dec. 17_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Official Record Day Monday-Tuesday, Dec. 24-25______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Holidays Monday, Dec. 31_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Last day of class Monday, Dec. 31_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Finals

spring Semester Monday, Jan. 14_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First day of class Monday, Jan. 21_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________MLK Holiday Wednesday, Jan. 30______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Official Record Day Monday-Saturday, March 11-16___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Spring Break Friday, May 3__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Last day of class Saturday-Friday, May 4-10___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Finals Saturday, May 11___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Commencement

maymester Monday, May 13_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First day of class

Student Union 956-882-5138

Student Health services

Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 22-24___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Thanksgiving Holiday Friday, Dec. 7__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Last day of class

Student Life

Dean of Students

Student Services Center 956-882-5141


University Boulevard Library 956-882-8221

Cortez Hall 237 956-882-3896

Tutoring services

MRC North 109 956-882-8208

campus police

Campus Security Center Main line: 956-882-8232 Emergencies: 956-882-2222

Oliveira Library 956-882-7130

Disability Services Camille Lightner Center 956-882-7374

Tuesday, May 14____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Official Record Day Monday, May 27_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Memorial Day Holiday Friday, May 31________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Last day of class Friday, May 31________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Finals

Summer i Monday, June 3______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First day of class Thursday, June 6___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Official Record Day Thursday, July 4____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Independence Day Holiday Monday, July 8_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Last day of class Tuesday, July 9______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Finals


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Closing. We take this opportunity to welcome you but to also challenge you to do what is needed to reach your goals. This New Student Guidebook is one of the ways in which we support your journey. This guidebook serves as a guide of expectations, resources and people that are all focused to help you make the most of your college experience. This will help you determine what you need to do in order to achieve your goals. Planning is key to your success in any college setting. We know that students who succeed have a plan – a plan to graduate, a plan to start a career, a plan to set and accomplish your life goals. The entire campus community wants you to succeed. One of our greatest resources is the people you will come in contact with. There are countless staff, faculty and administrators whose job is to educate, guide and help you graduate! The Division of Student Affairs Administrative team consists of:

Dr. Sylvia Leal, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Student Services Center, 956-882-5854

Dr. Mari Fuentes-Martin, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Student Services Center, 956-882-5140

Douglas Stoves, Director of Residential Life Casa Bella, 956-882-7196

Sergio Martinez, Director of Student Life Student Union 2.10, 956-882-7152

Dr. Beatriz Becerra-Barckholtz, Director of Student Success MRCN Annex-103, 956-882-8292

Art Olague, Director of REK Center REK Center 1.520G, 956-882-5969

Dr. Eugenia Curet, Director of Student Health Center Cortez 237, 956-882-7238

Azenett Cornejo, Director of Student Media Student Union 1.28, 956-882-5142

Todd Lowery, Director of Athletics Garza Gymnasium, 956-882-8912

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Whatever help you need, please let us know. We challenge you to graduate in four years! WE DARE YOU! We’ll see you soon! Sincerely, Dr. Hilda Silva Vice President for Student Affairs


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In an ongoing effort to promote a healthful academic setting for our community, The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College adopted a Tobacco-free Campus policy effective September 1, 2010. The policy is in compliance with The University of Texas System Board of Regents Resolution Regarding Tobacco-related Health Concerns of June 6, 1991. The moral enforcement of this policy ensures a more healthful environment for our students, faculty and staff members, and visitors.

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