University Advancement Publications
Bravo! is a quarterly report produced by the Office of Communications to spotlight accomplishments of the university and its faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Egret, a biannual magazine published by the Office of Communications, showcases university initiatives, academic programs, research activities and community partnerships.
Donor Honor Roll
Donor Honor Roll, a donor recognition piece published by the Office of Communications, honors the many individuals, foundations and organizations who help support opportunities for success for UHCL students.
UHCL's Office of Alumni and Community Relations publishes eConnections, a monthly e-newsletter to keep alumni up-to-date on important information concerning university events and programs.
Alumni and university friends gain an insider's perspective from the personal insights and stories featured in Your UHCL, a monthly e-newsletter published by the Office of University Advancement.
School and Departmental Publications
A quarterly e-newsletter from the UHCL Alumni Education & Career Connections Committee and the Office of Career Services.
A semiannual e-newsletter from the School of Education keeps readers abreast of major academic and professional developments in the school's educational leadership program.
The Educator, published semiannually by the School of Education keeps students informed about important dates, meetings and school news.
UHCL's Alfred R. Neumann Library produces this newsletter semiannually to highlight scholarly information services and resources for the UHCL community.
Published annually, the catalog provides comprehensive information about the university, program requirements, registration, financial aid, student services and more.
Students enrolled in magazine publication classes publish Bayousphere twice a year to provide a creative outlet for UHCL students and the community. The literary art magazine accepts submissions in the areas of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, photography and multimedia.
UHCL’s student-run newspaper, The Signal, is produced weekly during the fall and spring semesters by students enrolled in newspaper publication classes.