From annual traditions like the Cultural Extravaganza, to faculty vs. student kickball
games, UHCL's campus activities offer an ideal opportunity to explore life outside
the classroom.Discover the UHCL community.
The experience you get here is for a purpose - to give you a better chance at career
success. And while we're affordable, we're a great value because of how far our degree
takes you. Meet our notable alumni.
The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership empowers Hawks to Get Involved by
providing experiences that promote school spirit, servant leadership, and a sense
of community. We serve as an integral part of the Student Engagement portfolio of
the Division of Student Affairs by supporting innovative and transformative engagement
Involved Hawks are agents of positive change making an impact in their communities.
We facilitate Belonging. Student belonging is a critical factor in student persistence and graduation. We
encourage students to find connection, establish life-long friendships, and find their
space at UHCL.
We are Collaborators. Teamwork makes the dream work. We actively seek out organizational, departmental,
and community partners to serve as co-educators and provide diverse experiences that
shape holistic experience.
We nourish Community. Civic participation impacts social change and builds organizational capacity. Whether
volunteering at a day of service or voting in SGA elections, we create impact in our
We cherish Discovery. Student learning and the pursuit of growth/excellence is at the center of the Hawk
experience. We approach student development by nurturing critical thinking and maximizing
We Heart U(HCL)! Caring about others is at the Heart of what we do. We are passionate about supporting
the diverse needs of the Hawk community by providing service excellence and demonstrating
compassion in our professional practice.
We empower Leaders. Leadership is a relational process rooted in integrity, effective communication,
and the empowerment of others. We recognize that leadership ranges from student organization
officer positions and large events to small interactions of everyday leadership.