The University of Texas at El Paso has several community resources available to the public, ranging from counseling and psychotherapy to resources in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
The Student Support & Outreach (SoS) case managers can assist students in answering questions, preparing their narrative, clarifying documentation or support materials needed, and help navigating submitting the online form.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced an Executive Action that allowed eligible undocumented students, who came to the United States as children and met several key guidelines, to request deferred action from deportation. On September 5, 2017, the DACA program was rescinded.
Dean's Certification Information (PDF)
A dean's certification is required by some law schools, State Boards of Law Examiners, medical/veterinary schools and several state and federal agencies. This PDF file contains FAQ and Information required to fill out and submit a Dean's Certification form at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Emergency Aid is the unexpected or unforeseen expense, event or circumstances that could cause a loss of momentum toward student success.
Formal grade appeals may be submitted to the Faculty Senate’s Grievance Committee. Click the button below to find the form and learn more about what steps are needed to submit a formal grade appeal.
International Resource Center
The miner guide is designed with you in mind. In addition to serving as a convenient calendar and planner, we have provided a synopsis of student services, policies, procedures, and resources to help make your education a quality experience.
Student Emergency Fund