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Priorities of the Colleges, Schools, and Units

The Campaign for Texas is a University-wide effort to increase resources across the campus and to create the “disciplined culture of excellence” called for by the Commission of 125, which established goals for the University for the coming 25 years. A gift to any area of the campus counts toward the campaign goal. For more information about specific campaign priorities, select from the list below.

Colleges and Schools

Architecture, School of
Business, McCombs School of
Communication, College of
Dell Medical School
Education, College of
Engineering, Cockrell School of
Fine Arts, College of
Geosciences, Jackson School of
Graduate School
Information, School of
Law, School of
LBJ School of Public Affairs
Liberal Arts, College of
Music, Butler School of
Natural Sciences, College of
Nursing, School of
Pharmacy, College of
Social Work, School of
Undergraduate Studies, School of


American History, Briscoe Center for
Blanton Museum of Art
Computational Engineering and Sciences, Institute of
Continuing & Innovative Education
Diversity and Community Engagement, Division of
Harry Ransom Center
International Office
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Marine Science Institute
McDonald Observatory
Recreational Sports, Division of
Speedway-East Mall Initiative
Student Affairs, Division of
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Texas Exes
Texas Natural Science Center
Texas Performing Arts
UT Athletics
UT Elementary School
UT Libraries
UT Press

Phillips 66 Presents $500,000 Check; Gift Benefits Students Pursuing Energy Careers

Friday, April 18, 2014

Tillerson Family Commits $5 Million to Engineering Education and Research Center

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Dell Medical School’s Clay Johnston: How Do You Reinvent Health Care?

Sunday, April 13, 2014

40 Hours for the Forty Acres Sets Fundraising Challenge for Alumni and Students

Thursday, March 27, 2014

University Celebrates 35 Prestigious New Scholarships and Fellowships

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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