How You Can Help

Support coronavirus relief, research and care.

You can make an impact.

You can make an immediate difference to UT students facing unexpected hardships, accelerate the UT research addressing COVID-19 around the globe, and help the UT health community provide care and relief in Central Texas.

Your Gifts at work

Thank you for your support.

Generosity from donors makes it possible for our students, faculty, researchers and staff to respond to the many challenges of the coronavirus pandemic in inspiring and innovative ways.

Our students and faculty are showing resilience in the face of incredible disruption to their lives and work. Our faculty and researchers are working tirelessly to stop COVID-19 and prevent future pandemics, ensuring a safer and healthier future for us all. And, our UT Health Austin clinicians and staff are on the front lines of testing and treatment.

Support UT Students in Crisis

Emergency funding keeps Longhorns on track to earn their degree.

Your gift supports students experiencing lost wages, food insecurity or housing challenges, and helps provide laptops or internet access so students can complete their coursework.

Support UT’s COVID-19 Research

UT is on the front lines of the global response to the coronavirus pandemic. Our researchers are racing to develop innovations in fields like virology, immunology, epidemiology and medical engineering to support the fight against COVID-19.

We need your help to accelerate these crucial efforts and provide a safer and healthier future for us all.

Support Care in Central Texas

UT care providers and staff are working to ensure that the most vulnerable members of our Central Texas community receive care and support during this pandemic.

You can help by providing support for our health care heroes, emergency food delivery for those in need, and shelter and care for Central Texans experiencing homelessness.

Thank you for your loyalty.

“This spring semester isn’t what we had anticipated, but I have already seen everyone pull together and persevere. And that’s what it’s going to take right now — a unified effort at UT, comprising students, faculty, staff and alumni.”

Gregory L. Fenves
President

In The News

See the latest coronavirus-related news from the Forty Acres, including UT research that’s making headlines.