UT Tyler - Public Information
Public Information Policies & Procedures
Under the Texas Public Information Act (the Act), each person is entitled to complete information about the affairs of government and the official acts of public officials and employees, unless otherwise expressly provided by law. For more information about the Texas Public Information Act or open records requests, please refer to the attorney general's 2022 Public Information Handbook and/or The University of Texas System's website on open records.
Carl Baranowski, Chief Legal Officer, is the Public Information Officer for UT Tyler--both main campus and HSC.
Where and How to Send Your Public Information Request to The University of Texas at Tyler
If by U.S. mail:
The University of Texas at Tyler
3900 University Blvd., STE 326
Tyler, Texas 75799
If by electronic mail:
If by fax:
If by hand delivery:
Hand deliver a Public Information Request to any department on the UT Tyler campus. The department will forward the request to the Public Information Officer or the Officer’s delegate.
What Your Request Should Include
Requests for records under the Public Information Act must be in writing. Including the following information in your request will help ensure that you receive the information you want:
- Your name and mailing address (so we can send you a response).
- Your phone number and/or email address (so we can contact you if we have questions about how to respond to your request).
- A list or description of the specific information you are interested in, including time periods (try to be as specific as possible about the information you are seeking).
Costs & Billing
Charges for copies of public information are set by the Office of the Attorney General.