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Led by Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Soncia Reagins-Lilly, the Division of Student Affairs works with academic partners, staff, parents and student leaders to influence our students in Living the Longhorn Life®. Supported by the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Division’s nine departments, 37 units and 39 facilities offer first-class programs, facilities and services. They include 15 residence halls, dining facilities, medical and mental health services, new student orientation, recreational sports and two university unions. The Division employs 1,500 students annually and supports 1,000 student organizations, student emergency and veteran services, and leadership programs.

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Soncia Reagins-Lilly

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Staff Merit Awards

Staff Merit Awards

They mobilized, pivoted, cared, welcomed and, against all odds, stepped up to influence the Longhorn life.

Proactive Community Testing

Get COVID-19 Tested on Campus

Participate in quick, painless (saliva-based), convenient COVID-19 testing on campus — now even easier because you will not have to take a second test for confirmation if you test positive.

WCP Coffee Shop

New Year, New Initiatives

See what’s in store for 2021 – new initiatives, innovative programs and fun student events.

Justin Carter

Coping during the Pandemic

Get some solid tips from this staffer on how to avoid feeling isolated.

Welcome Bash

Division Events Calendar

Tell your students to check out our handy calendar for lots of ways to stay connected!

Unions Internship

How an Internship Turned into a Career

Learn how our Division internship program fosters career skills that help students get jobs.

Living the Longhorn Life

2019-2020 Impact Report

It’s been a year unlike any other — our latest annual impact report shows that through it all, our devotion to supporting students remains the same as we Protect Texas Together.