1111 W. Mockingbird Ln, Suite 1150
Dallas, Texas 75247
For more than three decades, University Crossroads has been helping students navigate the road to higher education.
The mission of University Crossroads is to expand access to and success in higher education for first- and second-generation students from low-to-moderate income households. This is critical given Texas’ increasing demographic shift and ethnic under-representation in higher education. The mission aligns with 60x30TX, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s strategic plan that calls for 60 percent of adults aged 25 to 34 to hold college degrees or certificates by 2030.
University Crossroads is on of 40 recognized P16 Council of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, a collaboration of over 90 community partners working to prepare students in Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties for college and career success.
The council is an outreach, diversity, and community engagement initiative uniting schools, postsecondary educational institutions, families, businesses, faith-based groups, local, state, and federal agencies, and community organizations. This united effort is dedicated to advancing the education of all students and to closing the gaps in students' academic achievements at all education levels.
We are fortunate to have widespread support throughout our community. If you or your organization would like to support or partner with University Crossroads, please contact us. Please view our partners for a complete list of our community.
Senior Associate Vice President for Outreach Services & Community Engagement, Assistant Provost for Hispanic Student Success
Michele Bobadilla is an educator, advocate, and mentor who uses her voice and seat at the table to serve as a catalyst for change. Her outreach and community engagement partnerships have been recognized as transforming the North Texas education landscape for first- and second-generation students and their families.
She is a distinguished state and national Latina educational Leader in the student access and success space. She holds a bachelor's degree in Spanish and English with secondary teacher certification; a master's degree in elementary education with a bilingual/ESL endorsement; a CMBA in business; and was awarded a D.Litt (hc) for her life's work in higher education.
1111 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 1150
Dallas, TX 75247
Parking is located behind the building and accessible via SH183 West Service Road or I35E South Service Road.