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The University of Texas at Austin has been a major contributor to the Texas economy for more than 130 years. UT Austin is among the best investments the state can make. In 2013 alone, its alumni generated $8.8 billion, or the equivalent of more than 133,000 new jobs. The university attracts more than $700 million in research funding, generates $400 million through its entrepreneurship programs, and educates students who go on to add more than $6 billion annually to the state’s economy.
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About the Texas Exes
The Texas Exes, the alumni association for The University of Texas at Austin, was founded in 1885. The mission of the Texas Exes is to promote and protect the university and unite alumni around the world. Today there are more than 106,000 members whom the association strives to connect to each other and to the past, present, and future of UT through travel, reunions, continuing education, fellowship, legislative advocacy in support of higher education, and the Alcalde magazine. Join us.
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