NBSW Block Party (AAA) August 23 |6 p.m.| Jester Spanish Oaks Terrace
Afrikan American Affairs welcomes first year and new students to our Block Party. This is an opportunity to meet new friends, learn about resources and have some fun. The fair is open to all students and will feature food, team builders, food, UT swag and a DJ.
Adelante (LCA) August 28 |5 p.m.| Gregory Gym
Adelante is a resource fair geared towards Latinx students at UT Austin. This is an opportunity to find ways to get involved, meet new friends and learn about resources on campus. The fair is open to all students and will feature food, music, various fun activities and prizes.
Bloq Party (QTPOCA) August 29 |5 p.m.| East Mall
Bloq Party is a resource fair and welcome event to support our LGBTQ students. Come learn about student organizations, departments and resources on campus. The fair is open to all students and will feature music, various fun activities, and prizes.
Four Directions (NAIC) September 3 |6 p.m.| Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL) Plaza
The Native American and Indigenous Collective welcomes everyone from all four directions into our Native and Indigenous community in and around UT. This event is about creating visibility and space for Native American and Indigenous first-year and transfer students. The fair is open to all students and will feature food, performances and information on student resources and other organizations and programs for indigenous students.
Justice Jubilee (SED) September 5 |5 p.m.| Gregory Plaza
Justice Jubilee is a resource fair geared towards students with emerging interests in social justice, including environmental justice, racial justice, and more. The fair is open to all students and will feature various fun activities, prizes and opportunities to engage in social justice work.
YBO: You Bring out the Asian in Me (ADPAC) September 6 |4:30 p.m.| Union Ballroom
YBO is both a resource fair and performance for incoming APIDA first year students. The YBO resource fair provides you the opportunity to find APIDA student organizations and professional development opportunities all under one roof and culminates in a rousing performance by a prominent Asian American artist. The fair and performance is open to all students.