The staff members that support Business Honors students are passionate about helping students succeed. Whether you need to talk to an alumnus, receive tutoring in difficult concepts, find networking opportunities, or simply have your questions answered, the BHP staff is available to assist you in any and every way possible.
The Business Honors Program has dedicated academic advisors who are fluent in university and BHP resources. In an appointment with an advisor, you'll discuss more than just academic classes: the BHP advisors want to know you and your goals, struggles, and strengths. Our advisors take an individualized approach to each student's academic plan. They offer scholastic guidance, and they can answer any questions you may have about UT and the BHP.
Paul Pritchett holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Finance) from The University of Louisiana. Paul worked in Washington D.C. as a consultant for the Department of Education and the Environmental Protection Agency. Paul has a passion for helping students and looks forward to sharing his experiences with current and future BHP students in the general areas of academic tracks. His experience in banking, consulting and sales offer an added value to the student's academic advising experience.
The BHP has a career advisor specifically dedicated to its students. BHP students often have double-majors inside and/or outside of the business school, so the BHP career advisor is well-versed in a variety of academic interests, career paths and graduate school options that available. Your career advisor also maintains connections to companies with a specific interest in recruiting BHP students. Your first semester includes a class taught by the career advisor that introduces you to the various business majors, and techniques and tips that will help you succeed in college and beyond.
Greta Fenley holds a Master of Human Relation in Counseling from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science in Administration of Criminal Justice from Northeastern State University. Greta was also a Career Counselor at Texas State University in San Marcos. Greta is an advocate for self-awareness, accountability and respect for diversity and aims to inspire in others the tenacity to create the life one envisions.
Make a career advising appointment. If you cannot find an available time slot please email Greta Fenley for an appointment.