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Design 2023

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

IN DARK GREY Four Column Link

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Four Column Icons - IN DARK GREY

Design2023 - Columns 2 or 3

This is an example of 3 columns of text in the Columns 2 or 3 content type.

This can be on grey, black, white or dark grey.

This is an example of 3 columns of text in the Columns 2 or 3 content type.

This can be on grey, black, white or dark grey.

This is an example of 3 columns of text in the Columns 2 or 3 content type.

This can be on grey, black, white or dark grey.

Design2023 - Columns 2 or 3

This is an example of 2 columns of centered text in the Columns 2 or 3 content type.

This can be on grey, black, white or dark grey.

This is an example of 2 columns of centered text in the Columns 2 or 3 content type.

This can be on grey, black, white or dark grey.

Test

Design2023 - Content with side image

This is an example of the content type content with side image, and red CTA button. 

This is an example of the content type content with side image, and red CTA button.

This is an example of the content type content with side image, and red CTA button.

Two students

The image should be 600x400

Design2023 - Content with side image

This is an example of the content type content with side image, and red CTA button

Design2023 - Department Head Profile Department Head, President or VP Profile

Design2023 - Department Head Profile
Department Head, President or VP Profile

Department Head, President or VP Profile - their title Image is 300x300

A tweet-size short description of them. Less than 250 characters..

Design2023 - Four Column Icons

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 1

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 1

Size of icon is 200x200

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 2

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 2

Size of icon is 200x200

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 3

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 3

Size of icon is 200x200

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 4

These are for icons or small graphics only. ICON 4

Size of icon is 200x200

Design2023 - Four Column Profi

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black
Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Phone: (Des) Des-Desi

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black
Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Phone: (Des) Des-Desi

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black
Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Phone: (Des) Des-Desi

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Four Column Profiles, can be white, grey, dark grey, black
Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Design2023 - Four Column Profiles

Phone: (Des) Des-Desi

Design2023 - Heading with Call to action

Design2023 - Heading with Call to action. This is paragraph text.

Design2023 - Icons

This is an example of how the icon will look.

Cost

1.This is an example of how the icon will look.

This is an example of how the icon will look.

This is an example of how the icon will look.

Design2023 - Image with centered text

image

Image with Text centered Low char count Image is no larger

375x300

Tweet size short description, no more than 250 characters. Add a transparent background from drop down list below. Jaguar head, blue triangles or grey triangles.

THIS ONE IS GREY TRIANGLES

Design2023 - Image with centered text

image

Image on left centered text Low char count Image is no larger

375x300

Tweet size short description, no more than 250 characters.

Test Button

Design2023 - Image with left text

Design2023 - Profiles Employee Grey or White

For One Person Only You can use dark grey, grey, black or white

For One Person Only
You can use dark grey, grey, black or white

This is on grey

Design2023 - Profiles Employee Grey or White

Phone: (361) 570-4848

For One Person Only You can use dark grey, grey, black or white

For One Person Only
You can use dark grey, grey, black or white

This is on grey

Design2023 - Profiles Employee Grey or White

Phone: (361) 570-4848

Design2023 - Profiles for Groups

This one is opted in for ALIGN HEADING LEFT Design2023 - Profiles for Groups

This one is opted in for ALIGN HEADING LEFT
Design2023 - Profiles for Groups

Design2023 - Profiles for Groups

This one is opted in for ALIGN HEADING LEFT, This one is opted in for ALIGN HEADING LEFT

Phone: (361) 555-1212

Design2023 - Spotlight

The Spotlight is ALWAYS on Green.

Design2023 - Spotlight

Image should be 375x300, Design2023 - Spotlight:

Design2023 - Spotlight

Design2023 - Text w/image left

This is an image with a fade and leaning into the words. The background of this one can be black, white, grey or dark grey.

Also, the image can be LEFT OR RIGHT.

Image size 600x400

Design2023 - Text w/image left

This is an image with a fade and leaning into the words. The background of this one can be black, white, grey or dark grey.

Also, the image can be LEFT OR RIGHT.

This image example is coming from the right.

Image should be 600 x 400.

Text with background image - Text with background image

This one is a default triangle background in grey. Even though the image is required, it will always show the triangle. 

This one is a default triangle background in grey. Even though the image is required, it will always show the triangle. 

This one is a default triangle background in grey. Even though the image is required, it will always show the triangle. 

This one is a default triangle background in grey. Even though the image is required, it will always show the triangle. 

Design2023 - Text with center image

This content type has the image in the middle, but content on either side. The image is essentially in the center.

Four students graduating from UHV

Design2023 - Text with center image

This is the right side of it.

Design2023 - Text with center image

Text with center image but image is on the left only.

Four students graduating from UHV

May 2023

story highlight with image that is 600x400

story highlight with image that is 600x400

synopsis of story 1

story highlight with image that is 600x400

story highlight with image that is 600x400

synopsis of story 2

story highlight with image that is 600x400

story highlight with image that is 600x400

synopsis of story 3

story highlight with image that is 600x400

story highlight with image that is 600x400

synopsis of story 4

4 column articles

Provost Spotlight

Provost Spotlight

Rachel Martinez and Teresa Simpson proudly represented the University of Houston-Victoria at the Texas Women in Higher Education conference. Not only were they able to share Academic Affairs support and collective vision for TWHE@UHV, but also present it.

UHV Alumni Week 2023

UHV Alumni Week 2023

During the week of April 17-20, the UHV College of Business hosted several alumni in various classes in Victoria, Katy, and online.

College of Education & Health Professions (CEHP) has partnered with Smith S

College of Education & Health Professions (CEHP) has partnered with Smith S

Dyana Cochrum, the manager of college business operations from CEHP, worked with Smith STEM Librarian Tracy Smitherman to bring 150 new books, on extended loan, to the campus. The CEHP is thrilled to partner with local districts to meet campus and student needs!

Math and Robotics Awareness Day @ UHV

Math and Robotics Awareness Day @ UHV

In April, the University of Houston-Victoria hosted its annual Mathematics & Robotics Awareness Day. The event, funded by Alcoa Foundation, attracted more than 120 students.

We'll prepare you for your future.

Guidance and Support

We understand that choosing a major and planning your academic journey can feel overwhelming. That's why our experienced advisors are here to provide personalized guidance and support. We'll help you explore different fields of study, understand degree requirements, and make informed decisions about your educational path. 

Transition to Upper-Division Coursework

As you progress in your academic journey, we'll assist you in transitioning smoothly into your upper-division coursework. We'll help you understand the requirements and expectations of your chosen major, connect you with faculty members in your field of interest, and provide ongoing support to ensure a seamless transition. Our goal is to help you thrive academically as you delve deeper into your chosen area of study.

We are here to help you.

Academic Planning

Planning your coursework is an important aspect of your academic success. Our advisors will work closely with you to create a customized academic plan that fits your unique needs and aspirations. We'll assist you in selecting the right classes, ensuring you meet prerequisites, and staying on track to complete your degree efficiently. With our guidance, you'll have a clear roadmap to follow throughout your time at UHV.

Major Exploration

Not sure which major is the right fit for you? Don't worry - we're here to help you explore your options. Our advisors will introduce you to a variety of academic disciplines, discuss potential career paths, and connect you with resources to aid in your decision-making process. We want to ensure that you find a major that aligns with your passions and sets you up for a fulfilling and successful future.

Design2023 - Content w/mid image opt button

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Design2023 - Content w/mid image opt button

Design2023 - Content w/mid image opt button

Design2023 - Content w/mid image opt button

Design2023 - Content w/mid image opt button

 

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Join Us

Join us on this journey of knowledge, discovery, and personal growth. Be driven to excel and unlock your potential at UHV, where history meets excellence.

A great place to learn and grow.

Experience Victoria

Earn your degree while you enjoy living on a growing university campus. Victoria, Texas, is located 30 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. Victoria is known as the "Golden Crescent" and the "Crossroads" because of its location within a two-hour drive of Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Victoria is a great destination with warm summers and mild winters. Explore the city's rich history, arts and festival scene, nature, water recreation activities and more.
Enjoy all the fun Victoria has to offer.

Come hang out with us

Have fun at UHV's annual homecoming celebration, or make a difference in people's lives by participating in Alternative Spring Break. Join one of more than 40 established student organizations, or start your own. Cheer on UHV's baseball, softball and soccer teams against Red River Conference rivals, support the golf teams in the Association of Independent Institutions Conference or participate in intramural sports. Take advantage of your college experience, and don't miss out on all the fun UHV has to offer.

 

#UHVHOCO23

#UHVRiseoftheJaguars

Chance Glenn

Chance
Glenn

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Chance M. Glenn, Sr. joined the UHV family as provost and vice president for academic affairs on August 5, 2019. The provost serves as the chief academic officer of the university. The deans of UHV’s three schools and University College report to the provost, and the provost sits on the President’s Cabinet and the university’s Executive Committee.

Directors

RANDY Faulk

RANDY
Faulk

Senior Director

Information Technology

ERIN Goodwin

ERIN
Goodwin

Senior Director

Finance

MATT Alexander

MATT
Alexander

Director

Capital Projects& Construction

We'll prepare you for your future.

Guidance and Support

We understand that choosing a major and planning your academic journey can feel overwhelming. That's why our experienced advisors are here to provide personalized guidance and support. We'll help you explore different fields of study, understand degree requirements, and make informed decisions about your educational path. 

Two students

Transition to Upper-Division Coursework

Our goal is to help you thrive academically as you delve deeper into your chosen area of study. We'll help you understand the requirements and expectations of your chosen major, connect you with faculty members in your field of interest, and provide ongoing support to ensure a seamless transition. 

Transfer Estimator

International Transfer

UHV welcomes international transfer students from accredited institutions worldwide. International transfer students need to submit their official academic transcripts for evaluation, demonstrate English language proficiency, and meet specific international transfer admission requirements.

Talk to a Transfer Recruiter
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Dual Admission

UHV has dual admission agreements with select community colleges, which provide students with the opportunity to be admitted to both the community college and UHV simultaneously. This allows students to plan their academic path from the beginning and seamlessly transfer to UHV once they complete their community college requirements.

For Preliminary Determination of Graduation with Honors (commencement program only)

Honors candidates are identified by a preliminary grade point average through the second to last semester of coursework.

For students with 30 semester hours or more at UHV, the grade point average for preliminary honors determination will be calculated only on courses taken at UHV. For students with less than 30 semester hours at UH-Victoria, the grade point average for preliminary honors determination will be calculated on the last 45 (*) semester hours, including courses taken at UHV and any lower- or upper-division transfer courses, provided that the grade point average for UH-Victoria is at least a 3.50. All college courses attempted are included in the grade point average, including repeated courses.

(*) May be more than 45 semester hours as all coursework taken during a semester used to reach the 45 hours are included in the calculation. Also, if a student has coursework from more than one institution for a semester used to reach the 45 hours, the hours from all institutions for that semester will be included in the calculation.

For Final determination of Graduation with Honors

A final grade point average for determining graduation with honors will be calculated at the end of the graduation term.

For students with 45 semester hours or more at UH-Victoria, the grade point average for honors is calculated only on courses taken at UH-Victoria. All courses attempted at UHV are used in calculating the grade point average for honors, including repeated courses and courses that may not have been used to fulfill degree requirements.

For students with less than 45 semester hours at UH-Victoria, the grade point average for honors is calculated on the basis of the last 45 (*) semester hours, including courses taken at UH-Victoria and any lower- or upper-division transfer courses, provided that the student has at least 30 semester hours at UH-Victoria and the grade point average for UH-Victoria is at least a 3.50. All college courses attempted are included in the grade point average for honors, including repeated courses and courses that may not have been used to fulfill degree requirements.

(*) May be more than 45 semester hours as all coursework taken during a semester used to reach the 45 hours are included in the calculation. Also, if a student has coursework from more than one institution for a semester used to reach 45 hours, the hours from all institutions for that semester will be included in the calculation.

Post-baccalaureate students earning a second baccalaureate degree may graduate with honors in accordance with the same criteria used for students earning their first baccalaureate degree.

PDFs Available In Our Office

The following are available as PDF, or as hard copies that you may browse in the OIE office:

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Formative Assessment

Any assessment activity is done during the learning activity (class, course or program) for the purpose of monitoring and guiding learning while it is still in progress.

Example:  An exam given at the end of a lesson or at the end of a major component with results used to give the student and instructor feedback on the mastery of intended learning outcomes to guide future learning activities.

Goals

General aims of the program or curriculum.  They are the broad, long-range intended outcomes of a program, department, college or university.  Goals are used primarily in policymaking and general program planning.

Example:  The goal of the QEP is to improve students' problem-solving skills.

Inputs

Resources.  The raw materials used to develop a program or intervention which can include staff, budget, facilities, etc.  Input measures relate to the amount, cost, and attributes of resources used to perform an activity, provide a service, produce a product, or operate a program.

Example:  Inputs (resources) for the Writing Lab Project include 4 instructors, a computer lab with 20 workstations, and $150,000 supply budget.

Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes are the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits of mind that students have and take with them when they successfully complete a course or program (Suskie, 2010).

Mission

The mission is a holistic vision of the values and philosophy of the organization (Allen, 2004).

Objectives

Description of skills or knowledge a student will attain through participation in a program, course, or activity.  They identify what is expected of the student at the end of instruction. Objectives are intended results or consequences of instruction, curricula, programs, or activities.  They specify what is expected and describe what should be assessed.

Example:  45% of students complete the program within 5 years of enrollment based on transcript review.

Outputs

Products and services. Documentation of work done.  Output measures are concerned with the results of the application of the input resources; they can be measured in terms of the amount of output produced and by attributes of that output.  Output measures are results that can be counted or measured.

Example:  Examples include the number of sessions in the program, the number of students completing the program and the number of hours of instruction delivered.

Our Goals

Quality

Quality

Continually enhance the quality of our student experience

Expand

Expand

Promote and expand access to education

Community Engagements

Community Engagements

Increase community engagements and increase public events for diverse audiences on our campuses.

Culture

Culture

Promote a culture of institutional identification among stakeholders

Here to Help

We hope that these resources will provide information about the services available through DS, and answer any questions you may have about the needs of students with disabilities.

The Office of Disability Services is here to help faculty and staff best serve our students with disabilities. You play an important role in the accommodation process. Together, we can create an inclusive educational environment where all students have equal opportunities for academic success and personal development.

Questions

If you have any questions about working with or accommodating a student with a disability, please contact the Office of Disability Services – (361) 570-4287, Cheryl Worley, Manager; University Commons 2108A.