University of Houston-Clear Lake has offered classes at Texas Department of Criminal Justice facilities since the university's founding in 1974. To date, we have graduated more than 600 students from the TDCJ program. These graduates have gone on to take jobs with such varied organizations as the Texas Railroad Commission, the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, and various halfway houses and substance abuse treatment facilities across the state. Others have furthered their education, completing degrees at the UHCL campus or enrolling in other graduate programs. Currently, the College of Human Sciences and Humanities offers three degree programs at TDCJ's Ramsay Unit and Beto and Coffield units:
For more information about Transforming Lives by Degrees, formerly known as Academics for Offenders, please contact Dr. William Powers, Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-283-3385.