Well-Being Commitment

Promoting health, mental health and our Texas Science members’ current and future well-being is our priority.

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Focused on Well-being

In the College of Natural Sciences, we aim for every member of our community to have a foundation of well-being throughout the time they spend on our campus. Resources are available to help you thrive at UT every day and for years after your time in college.

Mental health and well-being resources

See our suite of support resources

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Healthy Lives & Living

Take time out at the UT turtle pond, or walk among the wildflowers at our Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Get healthy cooking tips and recipes from our students of nutritional sciences. Study in a health-related course. Attend a lecture by an expert to get ideas to enrich your life and health with leading ideas from science.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Cook ’Em (Recipes from Nutritional Sciences)

More opportunities to engage with TEXAS Science

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Resources for Students

The College of Natural Sciences has dedicated resources to help students meet emergency needs when they arise. Our team also includes individuals dedicated to helping you plan for your future career or post-graduation education.

CNS emergency & Life supports

CNS Career Services

Health Professions Office