Did You Know?
Information and Tips for Prospective and Current Graduate Students
Getting Your Master's Degree is WORTH IT!
You can take a virtual tour of the campus!
Online Programs: In addition to our traditional on-campus programs, we offer lots of graduate programs that are 100% online, some that can be completed with online and/or face-to-face classes, and some programs are offered in an executive format. That means you come to campus for a week or two, and then the rest of the course is online.
Scholarships! Apply for The $1000 New Graduate Student Fellowship using this application. Out-of-state residents and international students who receive the award are eligible to pay in-state tuition for their first year. The Fall application deadline is May 1; Spring deadline is Nov 1.
Paying for Graduate School: This budget calculator will help you determine your expenses and estimate your total available income as you budget for grad school.
Fall Registration for Graduate Students began April 1. Be sure to register early to avoid the frustration of closed classes! Registration Tips & Tutorials
Entrance Exam help: Hesitant about taking the GRE or GMAT? We offer some great, free GRE/GMAT Test Taking Strategies and Practice Sites on our FAQ page.
GRE Fee Reduction: To verify eligibility or to pick up the GRE Fee Reduction Certificate, students should contact the Enrollment Services Center in ADM 230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs! Looking for an internship or post-graduate position? To access Going Global, log in through Career Services. Corporate profiles and more than 600,000 world-wide internship and job listings are also included. This system can be searched by location, job title, occupation, employer, or by wage.
Calls for Papers: The Graduate School at UT Tyler provides this resource to our graduate students as they begin to contribute to their professions or fields of study. Please check this index frequently for updates, and contact your advisor if you have questions about submitting papers for presentation or publication. View a list of where UT Tyler's graduate students have published, presented, or exhibited their work.
Financial Support: Find Fellowships, Stipends and Grants online.
Graduate Assistantships: Many graduate programs provide a limited number of graduate assistantships to qualified students. These positions include Teaching Assistants (GTA) and Research Assistants (GRA). Students must contact the academic department to learn about available assistantships.