This Compact with Texans is provided in accordance with Senate Bill 1563, 76th Texas Legislature. The Compact for The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) is a commitment between the institution and the citizens of Texas to provide assurance that our primary customers, students, patients, and members of the greater Houston community are assured of a timely and appropriate response to questions or concerns.
UTHealth is committed to excellence in all its primary mission areas: The goals in our mission statement describe how we seek to improve the health of the citizens of Texas:
- In education we will instill in our students, faculty, and staff the commitment to lifelong learning, while empowering them to understand and to meet the evolving health needs of all segments of our society.
- In research we will continue to create and evaluate new knowledge, particularly as it relates to the cause, prevention, and treatment of disease, and to the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health.
- In patient care we will strive to provide appropriate, effective, and compassionate care that is accessible, affordable, and culturally sensitive-and that in all these qualities will serve as a model for others in Texas and across the nation.
UTHealth promotes high standards of service to all its customers: students, prospective students, health care professionals and institutions, other governmental entities, health care consumers, philanthropic and foundation supporters, suppliers and members of the greater Houston and Texas community.
Categories of customers and specific services are noted below and linked to a table which should assist you in determining the appropriate initial contact for a question or concern that might arise. For questions of a general nature and for those questions not addressed below, please contact the UTHealth Office of Office of Advancement, Suite 1200 UCT, 7000 Fannin P.O. Box 20036, Houston, TX 77225-0036 or telephone 713-500-3200.
UTHealth believes that in most cases complaints and other concerns from students, patients and others should be handled within no more than two to three business days. Certain issues may require a shorter or longer turn-around time for resolution, depending upon the severity and urgency of the issue. Responses may be provided by letter, electronic message, telephone call, or personal interview.
Students and Prospective Students
Do you have a complaint or question about? Please refer to the following contacts/departments:
Applying and Registering at UTHealth
Academic Advising UTHealth Schools
Academic Programs offered Office of the Registrar
Accommodations for students with disabilities HOOP Policy 53
Admission requirements Office of the Registrar
Application Forms Office of the Registrar
Application Processes Office of the Registrar
Billing Procedures Office of the Registrar
Degree Requirements UTHealth Schools
Financial Aid Student Financial Aid Office
Orientations Calendar of Events
Permanent Residents Office of International Affairs
Registration Instructions Office of the Registrar
Registration Procedures Office of the Registrar
Student Housing UT Housing
Tuition and Fees Office of the Registrar
Student Life at UTHealth
Computer Labs UTHealth Schools
Conduct & Discipline HOOP Policy 186
E-mail Accounts UTHealth Schools
Facilities Facilities, Planning and Engineering
Fair treatment UTHealth Schools
Graduation Requirements UTHealth Schools
Grievance Procedures Internet Access HOOP Policy 123
Library Facilities and Services Texas Health Science Libraries Consortium
Procedures for appealing grades UTHealth Schools
Safety and Security on campus UT Police
Student Counseling UT Counseling & WorkLife Services
Student Government Student InterCouncil
Student Health Services Student Health Clinic
Student Records Office of the Registrar
Teaching Evaluations UTHealth Schools
University Policies on People with Disabilities HOOP Policy 101
University and Student Services Auxiliary Enterprises
If you do not receive the service you expect, have a complaint, or want to appeal a decision, you should e-mail, write, call, or fax the Provost & Executive Vice President of Research, Dr. Peter J. Davies.
mail: Dr. George Stancel, Executive Vice President for Academic and Research Affairs
7000 Fannin, Suite 1565
Houston, Tx 77030
For complaints or questions from vendors, please contact Procurement.
Do you have a complaint or question about something? Please contact the following representatives:
Access to information about the University's programs and services
Office of Advancement
Effective relationships with the University's individual, corporate, agency, and government partners and alumni
Office of Advancement
Efficient, accurate, and prompt business and financial transactions
Kevin Dillon, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating and Financial Officer
Solicitation and use of facilities
Charlie Figari, Assistant Vice President for Auxiliary Enterprise
Date Updated: 03/27/2012