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Campus Engagement

With more than 50,000 students and 3,000 teaching faculty, The University of Texas at Austin is a diverse and vibrant community. The Division of Campus and Community Engagement works to foster a sense of belonging with programming, events and workshops specifically designed to make the campus a welcoming and accessible space for all members and visitors of the campus community.

Center for Access and Restorative Engagement

The Center for Access and Restorative Engagement provides compassionate guidance and educational resources that advance a welcoming and accessible campus culture.

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Dynamics of Leadership and Dialogue

Dynamics of Leadership and Dialogue develops leadership identity, capacity and efficacy by teaching dialogue and leadership skills on campus and in the community.

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Initiatives for Campus Support

Initiatives for Campus Support provides an online anonymous tool for university community members to share their campus climate experiences that are concerning or helpful.

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Restorative Justice

The Institute for Restorative Justice is a university resource that offers a spectrum of services rooted in Restorative Justice practices for UT faculty, staff and students.

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Disability and Access

Disability and Access provides accommodations and support for students with disabilities and educational outreach for all campus community members.

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Disability Cultural Center

The Disability Cultural Center serves as a hub on campus for organizing, community-building and expression for students with disabilities and all members of the university community.

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The Women's Community Center

The mission of the Women’s Community Center is to be a place for Longhorns of all genders to connect, find resources, and get support around experiences of intersectionality, community, and gender solidarity.

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