New & Current Students


The Office of Graduate Studies provides a variety of services and resources to help graduate students succeed.

Welcome from the Dean

Tuition and Fee Policy



Graduate Calendar/Deadlines

Registration Schedule

UT Arlington Fort Worth Classes

Online Registration

Final Exam Schedule

Check Your Grades

New Graduate Students

New Student Orientation

New Graduate Student Information Guide (PDF, 703KB)

Online Registration

Office of International Education

Financing Your Education

Graduate Fellowships

UT Arlington Funded Fellowships

Externally Funded Fellowships

Sponsored Students

Need-Based Aid


Student Loans

Work Study Program

GAANN Fellowship Program

Mexican Pilot Program

Graduate School Important Dates / Deadlines

Important Graduate School Deadlines

UT Arlington Academic Calendar

UT Arlington Events Calendar


Applications for Fall 2013 graduation are now closed. Check your eligibility to apply for graduation for Spring 2014 in your MyMav Student Center.

Graduate Advisor Contact Information

Graduate School Forms

Thesis and Dissertation Forms

Petition to the Graduate Faculty

Requirements for Graduation

Graduate Teaching Assistant

GTA Handbook (PDF, 359KB)

Working on Campus


Designing a Syllabus


Writing Learning Outcomes

Academic Integrity

Campus Resources

Please view the New Graduate Student Information Guide (PDF, 703KB) for a complete list of campus resources.

Campus Map

Parking on Campus

Counseling Center

Maverick ID (UTA Student ID Card)


Arlington Resources

Quick Links

Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Requirements

Texas college students under 22 years old must be vaccinated against bacterial meningitis before they can enroll in classes (Section 51.9192 of the Texas Education Code.) If you have been admitted to UT Arlington, you are required to submit proof of your meningitis vaccination to Magnus Health SMR. The meningitis vaccination must be administered on or before the first day of classes of the term in which you are enrolling.


EDGE - Get It!

Being a graduate student is about more than learning your discipline. It’s about sharpening skills that will support your academic and professional career; juggling school, work and home life; and developing relationships with mentors and colleagues. Visit the EDGE website for workshop reservations and links to EDGE workshop presentations and resources.