The current fiscal year budget for The University of Texas at Austin is available in the Perry Castaneda Library Reserves section. Budgets for previous years are kept at the Center for American History in Sid Richardson Hall. For more information, please visit UT Austin's Budget Office website.
Capital Metro provides shuttle bus service to and from UT Austin's Campus and Pickle Research Center. Details about bus routes and schedules are available on the Web at Shuttle Bus Maps and Schedules under UT's Parking and Transportation Services. Maps detailing bus routes and schedules are also available at the General Information Desk on the ground floor in the University's Main Building. For other routes and schedules, please call Capital Metro Customer Service at 512-474-1200. To discuss specific service issues, call Capital Metro's Customer Comments line at 512-385-0190.
The Office of the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer needs immediate notice of the essential details of any possible claim under the Texas Tort Claims Act. Please use the Preliminary Summary Report to submit this information. Additional information regarding Tort Claims is found at the UT System Business Policy Library website.
The Office of Vice President for Development handles all information regarding donations, such as the forms to use, donation/gift procedures, and tax information. You may obtain information about donations/gifts by visiting the University Development Office website, or by calling their office at 512-471-5424.
You may download the latest version of the Interagency Cooperation Contract (IAC) on the Interagency Cooperation Contracts Web page.
For assistance in preparing an IAC or an Amendment to an IAC, please email Ebony Robles at email@example.com or call 512-471-4412.
The amount of time required to process IACs varies depending on the structure of the contract but the standard lead time is two weeks. During the period between June and October, processing time can take four-six weeks.
The Tower Observation Deck is officially open to the general public. Tours are managed by the Texas Union and you may call them at 512-475-6633 or 1-877-475-6633 for reservations. For historical and interesting facts about the University, please visit the UT Austin Facts and Figures Web page.
The office hours for the Office of the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., except for university holidays. The office is open during the lunch hour from noon-1 p.m.
UT Austin's Student Organizations who want to sell items on UT Austin's campus must contact the Office of the Dean of Students. Vendors wanting to sell items on public streets adjacent to UT Austin's campus may contact the City of Austin at 512-499-7023 for automated voice information.
The Texas Public Information Act (the "Public Information Act") was adopted in 1973 by the reform-minded 63rd Legislature. The Sharpstown scandal, which occurred in 1969 and came to light in 1971, provided the motivation for several enactments opening up government to the people. If you would like more information, go to the Open Records Web page or contact the Open Records Coordinator:
- Bob Davis at 512-471-3567 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Texas State Comptroller maintains the Texas Transparency - Where the Money Goes website, a database of state agency spending. Use the tools and information on Where the Money Goes Database to search the state check register, track state spending and see your tax dollars at work.
If you are interested in using UT's trademark, fax your written proposal to 512-232-7080, and explain how you will use UT Austin's trademark, and for what purpose. Please include in your proposal how you may be contacted. For further information, please contact Craig Westemeier at email@example.com or call 512-475-7923. Find additional information at the Office of Trademark Licensing website.
UT Austin maintains automobile liability insurance that applies to vehicles owned by the university, and operated by a university employee. For more information concerning insurance or accidents, please visit the Handbook of Business Procedures, 19. Risk Management Web page. To report unsafe driving, or improper use of a university vehicle, contact Lisa Shanks at 512-232-5153 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide the vehicle number, make, model, and location of the incident.