Short Takes

Short Takes

Deadline approaches for first-ever freshman applications

Be a part of the first freshman class at the University of Houston-Clear Lake by applying before June 1, the deadline for freshman and sophomore applications. All applications and documents are due by that day to the Office of Admissions, located in the university’s Student Services and Classroom Building, 2700 Bay Area Blvd., Houston, 77058.

For a list of required documents or information on applying, visit http://www.uhcl.edu/admissions, call 281-283-2500 or email beahawk@uhcl.edu.

 

Students honored for leadership skills

      Student leaders were honored during a spring banquet hosted by University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Office of Student Life.  This year’s recognized students are as follows:

  • Distinguished Leader of the Year –  Carla Bradley
  • Orientation Leader of the Year – Daniel Sweet
  • Student Government Association Representative of the Year – Coretta Duplessis
  • Committee Representative of the Year – Colden Snow
  • Emerging Leaders of the Year – Robin Aleman, Puja Kalia, Raza Mohammad and Anusha Sai Donavalli
  • Outstanding Accomplishment Award – Daniel Sweet, Justin Medellin, Kellie Keener, Gautham Vejendla
  • Meritorious Service Key Award – Mari Martinez

      Also recognized at the banquet were the students that make up the new Student Government Association Executive Council: President Julie Garner, Vice President-Committee Coordinator Aaron Herridge, Vice President-Student Outreach and Communications Sonya Herridge and Vice President-Administration Kavitha Madhavarajan.

For more information about UHCL’s Office of Student Life, visit http://www.uhcl.edu/studentlife.

 

Summer technology camps offered through Kids U

Kids can get more tech-savvy and learn new computer and video skills at the University of Houston-Clear Lake Kids U Summer Technology Camps. Classes are offered at various times throughout the summer at the university, 2700 Bay Area Blvd., Houston, 77058.

Campers will learn the ins and outs of video game design and development, have the chance to learn programs such as Scratch and KODU, develop their very own video game, as well as develop skills that will allow them to create their own digital art and personal webpage.

Classes are available for children of all ages through tenth grade. The camp fee is $149. For more information, visit http://kidsu.uhcl.edu or call the Center for Educational Programs, 281-283-3530.

 

           

 

Media Contacts

UHCL Office of Communications
Phone: 281-283-2015
Fax: 281-283-2034

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