Graduate advisers and coordinators are vital to the success of graduate students enrolled at The University of Texas at Austin. The Graduate School provides information and resources you need to support your students throughout their academic careers.
The Graduate Coordinator Network is a nonprofit, voluntary, professional association of graduate coordinators representing graduate students in a range of programs.
Students seeking a Ph.D. at UT System institutions sign, with their departments, agreements providing the expected timelines for the attainment of their academic milestones and graduation.
The Select Admission Program relies on nominations to encourage undergraduate students with top academic records to remain at the university for a graduate degree.
Report by the THECB on managing the expansion of graduate education.
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Course & Catalog Information
Get general information about the university and rules that affect all students.
Review degree requirements, rules that affect graduate students, descriptions of graduate courses and more.
Changes to policies described in the Graduate Catalog may require the approval of the Graduate Dean, Graduate Assembly, Provost and/or President of the University, UT System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).