The Office of Graduate Studies is committed to providing opportunities to develop
your personal and professional skills to ensure you get the most out of your graduate
education at TU. We are dedicated to your success from the time you are admitted until
you complete your degree and beyond.
The Graduate Student Resource Guide (PDF) — created by the Graduate Student Association with support from the Office of Graduate Studies — is a guide for new and continuing graduate students with direct links to resources
both on and off campus. It is intended to supplement the Graduate Catalog; however, we encourage you to talk to your fellow students, staff, and faculty members
for additional information.
Fellowships are awarded annually to students enrolled in a terminal degree program (D.Sc., MFA,
Sc.D.) by the Office of Graduate Studies. Additional scholarships are available from
the Alumni Association and your academic college.
Graduate Student Association
Want to get involved in activities with your fellow graduate students from across
campus? The Graduate Student Association (GSA) hosts events through the academic year to build community. Additionally, the GSA
represents the graduate student voice on committees across the campus.
Unsure of requirements for your program? Want to read the description of that course
you are considering taking? If so, the graduate catalog is the official university resource for all academic policies and procedures.
Graduate Students must have their academic records reviewed for completion of your
program by the academic department as well as the Graduation Office. This process is called “applying to graduate” and is done online through their PeopleSoft Student Dashboard.
Commencement is the ceremony that recognizes your achievements. Information about
the next event ceremony is available at TU Commencement.