Hunter Hall
Residence Hall to open in August
For college students looking for the immersive experience of campus life, Hunter Hall, University of Houston-Clear Lake’s new on-campus residence, is taking applications now for students attending the university this fall. Residents will find a full-service front desk, laundry facilities on each floor, study lounges on each floor, a community lounge, community kitchen, an outside patio and electronic swipe access to the building, rooms and suites.
Alumni Plaza
UHCL receives increase in state funding
Pending Texas Gov. Greg Abbot’s approval, University of Houston-Clear Lake will receive an 11.7 percent increase in state general revenue for the 2020-2021 biennium over 2018-2019 funding levels. Overall, the 86th Texas Legislature voted to boost funding for institutions of higher learning. Across all four of its universities, University of Houston System will see a total increase of nearly $18 million in general revenue funds.
Meah Family Foundation
Pearland couple supports community, education 
When Nizam and Jesmin Meah immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh, they brought with them a dream to improve their lives and strong values for family, education and service. Now, they call Pearland home. It’s where they grew their careers – he as a gastroenterologist and she an electrical engineer by education and now a community volunteer – where they are raising their children, and where they are supporting others.

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