See what your investment in UT makes possible
Five years after its founding, take a look at the impact of UT’s President’s Award for Global Learning on students, faculty and communities around the world.
Ambassador Carrin F. Patman builds on her family’s legacy of public service with a historic investment in UT’s LBJ School for Public Affairs.
A new cohort of Linford Scholars is starting their studies in the Cockrell School of Engineering thanks to a transformative investment from Michael and Erika Linford.
The generosity of Longhorn Nation keeps the Longhorn Band marching on to its 125th year and first year in the SEC.
Fort Worth philanthropists and Longhorn parents John David and Leslie Moritz are giving back to the UT social work students who care for our communities.
The Warrior National Foundation supports special operations veterans mastering business at Texas McCombs.
The Chandra family leaves a legacy of philanthropy and impact.
The inaugural class of Darren Walker Scholars meets their namesake and sponsors.
Thanks to philanthropic support from Longhorn Nation, UT closed a historic 2022.
Alumni and friends of UT are transforming the student experience through their support of scholarships, curriculum and cocurricular activities.
With your support, UT is innovating education from New York City to West Texas.
The Chase family honors Texas’ first Black architect by investing in UT students and faculty.
Dheeraj and Swapna Pandey support UT’s partnership in personalized cancer care.
Generous donors are helping Longhorns become the leaders and world-changers of tomorrow.
See what your philanthropy made possible in 2020-21.
Get a first look at the new Butler Sound Gallery.
McCombs alumna and Zoom CFO gives back to UT students.
UT leads rapid response to natural disasters.
Alumnae invest in an inviting entrance to the Forty Acres.
The Welch Foundation transforms science and society through their generous support of fundamental scientific research.
UT’s Hogg Foundation receives $1M to support Texas families.
Donors and alumni transform the Blanton.
The generosity of donors is making a difference for UT students.
The Moody College of Communication receives $20 million to support stuttering research.