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UBjectives Bonus Deadline:   November 10, 2018

UBjective Deadline: December 1, 2018

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If you would like to know where you stand on UBjectives click here.


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We do offer mid-week tutoring to a variety of subjects. Tutoring can be done in person (IP) or online. Online tutoring will be done using Zoom’s web conferencing website. You can either download the “Zoom Cloud Meeting” mobile application or directly access the session through their website.

If you need extra tutoring please email Eva Silvia ( or the day and time you are available and the subject.  

Tutoring Evaluations

All students and tutors are required to complete an evaluation after their session. These evaluations are used to improve our tutoring program.

If you are a tutor click here.

If you are a student click here.

Anonymous Feedback

This form is used for students to be able to inform staff about activities that they feel are concerning or goes against UB’s policies. Every complaint/concern given will be investigated by a UB staff member.

This is your program too! Your voice will be heard.

To give anonymous feedback click here.

Sanger Students

To access your Needs Assessment click here.

Technology Awareness Day

BNSF's Technology Awareness Day is part of the National Black Family Technology Awareness Week. The national campaign was started by IBM, and aims to "promote significant minority achievement in engineering, science and technology." Corporate-sponsored events are held nationally during a week in February. 


BNSF Railway will host the 20th Annual "Technology Awareness Day" on Saturday, February 16th, 2019 at BNSF Railway, 2400 Western Center Boulevard in Fort Worth, TX.

There will be four contests: Graphic Art, Website Design, Essay, and Mobile App Design, open to all students in Fort Worth Independent School District in grades 9 – 12 and participating Upward Bound groups. The theme of the contest is “STEAM Forward” standing for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics with a focus on the future, and how the world can move forward by using “STEAM Red more...

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