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Student Life - Houston

Student Life Houston

COVID-19 Internet Access Resources

With our transition to online, many students have questions about access and connectivity. The FCC runs Lifeline, a grant program designed to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. 

Additionally, the FCC has recently made an agreement with providers stating late fees will be waived and service will not be terminated for lack of payment. Additionally, several providers are offering additional options. To assist you, a few options are listed below:


Additional resources to help you get connected:

Wonderful opportunities continue to be created for enriching the daily experience of TWU Houston Center students! We challenge you to make the most of this unique period in life:   

  • take an active part in registered organizations and engage in the many activities structured to help shape your leadership style, as well as grow as a health care professional
  • explore your identity as a member of the Texas Medical Center by participating in offerings coordinated through Student Life and beyond
  • embrace the element of team as you cultivate early on meaningful relationships with other students in the health care fields
  • service the community at large as you reach out to some of the underserved populations in the Houston area sharing knowledge and skills gained in the classroom and clinical arena

Student Life is intentional about the intersections it ushers into your life. It also takes on a physical presence for the varied overarching departments of Student Life, ensuring a seamless flow of services to the Houston student body. Join with us as we invite you to grow and develop in ways that will enhance your skill set, and encourage a fuller sense of being.

Page last updated 9:46 AM, March 27, 2020