Faculty at The University of Texas at Austin receive the support of the Graduate School in both their teaching and research. Look to these resources for assistance.
The executive vice president and provost is the chief academic officer of the university.
Explore graduate programs and review application deadlines, program contacts and links to more information.
Legislative functions with respect to graduate programs are exercised through the Graduate Assembly, including Graduate curriculum updates.
Funding Opportunities including travel grants, development awards, development leave, and more. Research Funding including research grants, the Robert W. Hamilton Book Awards Program and more.
The Mentoring Fellowship program helps faculty members in recruiting outstanding new graduate students.
This document includes an overview of graduate program reviews, instructions for preparing the self-study report, instructions for the external review team, accreditation information, a timeline, checklist and appendix.
This document provides the graduate program review schedule through Fall 2028.
Review information about Option III (non-formula-funded) programs, including policies, administrative process guides and more.
Review information needed during the Ph.D. program including candidacy, milestones and oral examinations.
All committee members must submit this dissertation report. These reports are essential in the event of disagreements about the student's dissertation or performance at the final oral defense.
Graduating students earning either master’s or doctoral degrees are required to publish their thesis, report, dissertation or treatise digitally and in accordance with certain formatting rules.