Welcome to the University of Houston-Downtown!
UHD’s International Ofﬁce is a welcome haven for the estimated 300 students from other countries who come here each year. International Ofﬁce staff members treat you like family and will guide you to the right places.
pportunities are waiting for you at the University of Houston-Downtown, where you’ll ﬁnd that UHD is in the city, and the city is in UHD. UHD is the second largest four-year public university in Houston and the 13th largest in Texas. At UHD, you have the advantages, resources and opportunities a large university offers while enjoying affordable tuition and fees, small classes and easy access to professors. UHD is tied to the city’s history and area leaders say the city’s future success is linked to UHD. Some of the world’s largest corporations have ofﬁces within walking distance of UHD’s campus. Those corporations are increasingly turning to UHD to prepare students to succeed in today’s global economy. UHD offers the best of all worlds: • • • •
Award winning professors Undergraduate Research Students representing 70 countries and all demographics A University in the heart of one of America’s largest cities (We even have a Starbucks in our food court.)
One of the most ﬁnancially feasible educations available anywhere More than 40 different undergraduate majors and four master’s degrees.
UHD’s main campus is located on the northern edge of Houston’s business district. The University’s historic One Main Building offers scenic views of the city’s central business district and is located on the banks of Buffalo Bayou where the city’s founders ﬁrst landed in search of new opportunities. Today, Houston continues offering people new paths to success. The University’s central location means students can easily access the city’s art, cultural, and recreational resources. UHD faculty and students contribute to the community through service and research projects, art and theater productions and on-campus guest lectures. UHD’s students reﬂect the ethnic and cultural diversity of the city and the UHD prides itself on being one of the most diverse universities in the country.
UHD’s faculty and staff are committed to helping you succeed. UHD awards academic degrees in the four Colleges of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Public Service and Sciences and Technology. A ﬁfth University College offers specialized programs such as the Academic Advising Center and Academic Support Center that are designed to help students succeed. UHD has partnerships with Houston area community colleges making for an easy transition to UHD.
International Joint Admissions Partnership (IJAP) Students enrolled in the International Joint Admissions Partnership can complete a two-year associate degree program at Houston Community College or Lone Star College while jointly admitted to UHD, where they will complete a four-year baccalaureate degree. Beneﬁts of this program include: • A $1,000 one-time UHD tuition discount for students who earned a 3.0 grade-point average at the community college where they earned their associate degree; • Access to UHD advisors while they’re still taking classes at the community college; • Access to UHD computer labs and e-mail accounts while attending the community college; and • Exemption from the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) if the associate degree work included Composition I and II and the student earned grades in those classes that average a C or better.
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The campus and living in Houston International students often tell us downtown Houston reminds them of the big cities in their own countries. UHD’s popular gathering spot – the South Deck – has a stunning view of the historic downtown buildings and the urban landscape. Within a few blocks are dozens of restaurants, clubs, green spaces and trails. UHD’s campus consists of three major buildings connected by sidewalks and trails. While there is no on-campus residential living, UHD has a partnership – including discounts – with its colleague, the University of Houston, only a few miles away. Houston also boasts many affordable apartments in and around the downtown area. UHD’s English Language Institute (ELI), which offers classes to improve English-speaking skills, also lists current apartments for rent. Its ELI Student Handbook offers practical advice for students from around the world and can be found online at this address: http://www.uhd.edu/prospective/ continuinged/eli/abouteli.html
Student organizations UHD has more than 50 service, professional, social and cultural student organizations, including the International Student Organization. Student organizations offer opportunities to network with professionals, meet other students, learn about other cultures and become engaged in University and community life. The International Student Organization strives to be creative in its campus events and community projects. The group has raised money for AIDS research, planned downtown street carnivals and organized activities that create a true international community at UHD.
Affordable education UHD offers one of the most affordable college educations in the United States. Check UHD’s website for current tuition-and-fee rates. Students have many opportunities to reduce these costs, including: • International students pursuing STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) may apply to UHD’s Scholars Academy. Acceptance means students are eligible for in-state tuition, drastically reducing college costs. • International students enrolled in IJAP (International Joint Admissions Partnership) are eligible to receive a one-time $1,000 tuition discount for maintaining a minimum 3.0 grade point average during the ﬁrst two years of associate degree work.
Work your way to a better college deal Most UHD students – international and domestic – work while they earn their degrees. UHD Career Services can help you ﬁnd a good job on campus, one with ﬂexible hours. Whether you work in a science laboratory, Admissions or Testing Services, you will ﬁnd UHD staff and fellow students to be excellent and cordial co-workers and the experience will provide many opportunities to expand and improve your English skills.
Study-abroad program opens door to future exchanges. Hua “Jack” Gu from Huizhou University in Guangdong, China, helped launch a new student exchange program at UHD during the 2009-2010 school year, and he says the experience helped him become more independent and improved his English language skills. Gu enjoyed working in UHD’s Testing Services Department where he answered telephones, administered tests and talked to students – all tasks that helped develop his English-speaking skills. “It was crucial, vital,” he said. He lived in a nearby off-campus residence hall and rode the bus and light rail to campus. He taught himself to cook, and he used some of the money he earned to visit places across the United States. “I think I’m lucky,” Gu said. He finished his exchange year at UHD with a 3.88 grade-point average. UHD’s exchange program with Gu’s home university is relatively new and is still being developed. It is designed to provide two-way student exchanges and to promote international understanding. UHD also hopes to develop additional international exchange agreements to bring international students to campus.
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Enjoy cosmopolitan Houston For some international students, Texas and Houston evoke images of cowboys, cattle and oil wells with tumbleweeds blowing down Main Street. “That’s what I thought…well, the cattle and cowboys part,” said Darine Ali, a recent graduate of UHD’s College of Business. “Houston, though, is an international city with modern architecture, museums, theater, trafﬁc jams, concerts, night clubs and everything you’d expect to ﬁnd in a big city.” Ali came to UHD as a freshman from Ethiopia and today she is a successful businesswoman in Houston’s upscale Galleria business district. Her story is just one example of how international students have succeeded at UHD.
When she ﬁrst arrived at UHD, she obtained part-time employment in UHD’s International Admissions Ofﬁce, where she worked until she graduated. Ali majored in International Business and earned a minor in Finance at UHD’s AACSB-International accredited College of Business. She served as president of UHD’s International Student Organization her senior year. Ali said her work with the student organization has resulted in lifelong international friendships. UHD provides the academic and extracurricular resources to help international students feel at home and to accomplish their goals, she said. Ali said she eventually plans to return to Ethiopia and open a shoe and leather tannery. She is developing a joint venture now to accomplish that goal.
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The University of Houston-Downtown makes a world of difference
UHD is a multicultural center for new ideas and discussions with people from around the world. Over a three-year period students from more than 70 different countries chose UHD as their university. UHD is one of the most ethnically diverse universities in the United States and prides itself on preparing students to succeed in the world community. UHD celebrates the different customs and traditions of its students with dozens of events throughout the year.
UHD at a glance About UHD:
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Founded: 1974, one of four independent universities in the University of Houston System. Location: Downtown Houston, Texas President: William V. Flores Fiscal 2010 Operating and Capital Budget: $149 million Endowment Fiscal Year 2009: $13.7 million
Nearly 50 academic, professional and social clubs and organizations are available. Club sports opportunities include men’s baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, basketball, cycling, volleyball, triathlon, cheerleading and powerlifting along with numerous intramural sports activities.
Rankings & Standings:
— Federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution and Minority Serving Institution.
UHD offers 44 undergraduate majors, 4 master’s degrees Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 20 to 1 Average Class Size: 25 Most Popular Undergraduate Majors 2008-2009: Interdisciplinary Studies: 17.1% Interdisciplinary Studies – Education: 9.9 % Accounting: 9.8% Finance: 9.6% Criminal Justice: 7.3% Total Degrees Awarded 2008-2009: 2,207 (Undergraduate, 2,175; Graduate, 32)
Fall 2009 Enrollment: 12,742 Full-time students: 48% Part-time students: 52% By Gender: 61.5% female, 38.5% male Enrollment by Ethnicity: 36.7% Hispanic; 28.7% Black; 22% White; 9.8% Asian; 2.2% international
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— 2nd largest public, four-year University in Houston. — 13th largest, public, four-year University in Texas Ranks 33rd nationally for graduating Hispanic students with bachelor’s degrees. — Ranks 47th nationally for graduating African American students with bachelor’s degrees.
School Spirit: Mascot: Ed U. Gator School Colors: Red & Blue Faculty & Staff: Total Staff: 467 Total Faculty: 596 Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty: 248
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W.I. Dykes Library Collection: Physical books: 180,799 Digital books: 120,178 Physical journals: 804 Digital journals: 87,889 Research databases: 211
The University of Houston-Downtown Degree Programs Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S) in:
Interdisciplinary Studies (teacher certiďŹ cation)
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in:
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) in:
Accounting Computer Information Systems Finance General Business Insurance & Risk Management International Business Management Marketing Supply Chain Management
- NOTE: Accredited by AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Bilingual Education Curriculum and Instruction Elementary Education Secondary Education
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in: Communication Studies English Fine Arts History Humanities Philosophy Social Sciences Spanish Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in: Interdisciplinary Studies Political Science Professional Writing Psychology Social Sciences Sociology Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) in: Social Work Master of Science (M.S.) in: Professional Writing and Technical Communication
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in:
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Criminal Justice Master of Science (M.S.) in: Criminal Justice Master of Security Management for Executives Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) with four areas of specialization:
COLLEGE OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in: Mathematics Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in: Applied Mathematics Applied Statistics Biology Biological and Physical Sciences Biotechnology Chemistry Computer Science Industrial Chemistry Microbiology Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (B.S.E.T.) in: Controls and Instrumentation* Safety and Fire* Structural Analysis and Design* Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) in: Safety Management
*Accredited by ABET - the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology UHD is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Destination Houston More than four million people call the Houston region home. It is the largest city in Texas and the fourth largest in the United States. Located just an hour from Galveston on the Gulf of Mexico, Houston is lucky to have four seasons – but relatively mild winters. People here love the outdoors and share miles of hiking, biking and running trails and a direct link to water sports just down the highway. The Port of Houston is the nation’s leader in international commerce and the 10th largest port in the world. Houston is a hub for the energy and medical industries and home to the Texas Medical Center, with nearly 50 private and public health organizations, including several academic and research institutions. Many UHD students continue graduate work at the nearby University of Texas (UT) Medical Branch or UT.
Transportation Two major airports serve the Houston region: George Bush Intercontinental Airport (north) and William P. Hobby Airport (southwest). The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (Metro) runs the Airport Direct service to Intercontinental. Metro also operates regional bus service and a seven-mile light rail line, which starts in the north at UHD’s front door and runs through the heart of downtown Houston, connecting the campus to the downtown business district, theaters, 18 museums – including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston – the Houston Zoo, the Texas Medical Center and ultimately Reliant Park, home of the Houston Texans professional football team. UHD offers its own free shuttle bus service between the three main buildings on campus: One Main, the Shea Street Building (home to the College of Business) and the Commerce Street Building.
Sports, entertainment and cultural events Interested in seeing a Shakespearean play? How about a symphony performance, or a rock concert? Houston has them all. In fact, UHD has its own venues, too – the O’Kane Gallery and the O’Kane Theatre that operate year-round. Houston’s annual International Festival focuses on a different country’s culture for two weeks every spring, ﬁlling the downtown streets with music, food, dance and cultural events. Professional sports fans love Houston. Football fans love the Texans; the Houston Astros play baseball in downtown’s Minute Maid Park (also home to UHD commencement ceremonies in December and May); the Houston Rockets play basketball and the Houston Aeros play hockey in downtown’s Toyota Center; and the Houston Dynamo team plays soccer at Robertson Stadium on the University of Houston campus. UHD students who enjoy participating more than viewing can take advantage of the Sports & Fitness gymnasium and workout center in addition to several intramural and club sports competitive teams.
Things you need to know about applying to UHD PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSIONS
institution. This form must be returned to the UHD Ofﬁce of Admissions prior to enrollment.
We have included information and forms to assist you in pursuing your higher education goals at UHD. If you hold a non-immigrant visa, you are classiﬁed as an international student. If you have applied for immigrant status, but have not adjusted your status with the Immigration and Naturalization Service, you must also apply for international admissions.
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APPLICATION PROCESS New international applicants must: •
Apply for admissions using the online application available through the Apply Texas website at www.applytexas.org.
Submit your $60 admissions application fee ($100 for late admissions applications). The application and fee will be valid for one year.
OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS Freshman Students: Submit ofﬁcial transcripts of secondary school scores, including mark sheets and date of graduation in their original language. A certiﬁed English translation of all transcripts must be included if the originals are not in English. Transfer Students: Submit ofﬁcial transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended. If original transcripts are not in English, a certiﬁed translation must accompany the original documents. If you attended a college or university outside the United States, your transcripts must be evaluated by a UHD recognized credential evaluation service before applying for admission. A listing of services is available at www.uhd.edu/admissions/naces.html. If you are transferring from another college or university in the United States you must submit a Foreign Student Advisor’s Report transfer form (included in this brochure) that has been completed and signed by the foreign student advisor at the previously attended
Submit an Afﬁdavit of Support form (included in this brochure) indicating that a sponsor will be responsible for all of your educational and living expenses. PERMISSION RELEASE FORM In order to protect your privacy rights, the ofﬁce of International Admissions requires that you give written permission specifying the person(s) who may access information concerning your status at the University of Houston-Downtown. If you wish to designate someone to have verbal and physical access to your information, please complete the Permission Release Form (included in this brochure). BANK LETTER You must provide a certiﬁed bank letter indicating that your sponsor is ﬁnancially capable of meeting your education and living expenses. The bank letter must indicate, either in U.S. dollars or in the local currency, the amount maintained in your sponsors’ bank account(s). The letter must have been issued within the past six months. LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of at least 550 for the paper version or 213 for the computer version is required for admission into UHD’s academic program. Information regarding online testing is available at www.ets.org/toeﬂ. Students with a TOEFL score of less than 550 may attend UHD’s English Language Institute (ELI) before beginning academic studies. ELI students study noncredit English classes until ELI recommends them for academic study or they achieve the required TOEFL score. Graduates of ELI are able to enroll directly into the academic program without taking the TOEFL. If you would like to know more about the ELI and its programs, visit the website, www.uhd.edu/ prospective/continuinged/eli, call 713-221-8047, or email email@example.com.
Transfer students may be exempt from taking the TOEFL if they have passed 12 or more college-level hours in the United States, including Composition I and II, with a grade of C or better. Students are exempt from the TOFEL if they graduated from a secondary school in one of the following countries: Australia, the Bahamas, Belize, the British Islands, Jamaica, Liberia, New Zealand, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Trinidad, the United States, the Virgin Islands, the West Indies or Zimbabwe. Note: All documents become the property of the University and cannot be returned. The University reserves the right to conﬁrm authenticity of any document submitted. HEALTH INSURANCE As an International student you are required to carry health insurance providing at least $50,000 in health coverage and $5,000 in repatriation coverage for the duration of your studies at UHD. You will be automatically charged a health insurance fee each semester unless you provide evidence of your own coverage. If you choose to provide your own insurance coverage, you must submit a copy of the policy in English with U.S. dollars as the monetary unit to the Ofﬁce of Admissions - Coordinator of International Admissions prior to registration each semester. UHD international student health insurance guidelines Nonimmigrant international students will be charged automatically for health insurance until they provide proof of alternate insurance or a copy of their policy. The proof must show the insured’s name, date of coverage, with (1) at least $50,000 in acceptable medical beneﬁts, (2) at least $10,000 for medical evacuation (3) at least $7,500 for repatriation, and (4) deductible not to exceed $500.
Contact the Ofﬁce of International Admissions with any questions you may have before enrolling in any personal health insurance plan. An insurance company may not accept a refund request in the event your waiver request is denied. How to Request a Waiver Submit a letter from your policy holder, written in English, showing your name, Social Security number, monetary values in the United States dollars, and the dates of coverage from the beginning to the end of each semester. You must submit a current insurance card that shows you have coverage. Waiver requests will not be accepted after the Day of Record. You must request separate waivers for each semester in which you are enrolled in classes: Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer 9 Week, and Summer II. Unacceptable and late waiver requests Allow plenty of time to verify that a personal health insurance policy is acceptable prior to enrollment. Failure to submit an acceptable waiver request by the day of record will result in automatic enrollment in the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. No deadline reminder will be given and no waiver request will be accepted after the day of record and exceptions will not be approved to an unacceptable waiver request. Insurance options Insurance for Students, Inc. www.insuranceforstudents.com Macori, Inc. www.macori.com VISA INFORMATION For Information regarding Foreign Student Visas, please visit this U.S. Department of State website, http://travel. state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1268.html.
If you have insurance from your home country that covers these minimum requirements, you may be eligible for a courtesy insurance waiver.
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