Longhorn Textbook Access (LTA) is a new initiative in partnership with the University Co-op that is designed to reduce the cost of digital textbooks and other course materials for students.
The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) allocates funds to support individuals and businesses/organizations, including colleges and universities, affected by the pandemic and economic downturn.
Texas Financial Wellness is a new resource created to provide with the tools needed to improve student financial health.
Visit the checklist on Keep Learning to make sure you have the tools and technology you need to be successful in your course(s). If you need help paying for technology needs, contact Texas One Stop or complete the Cost of Attendance appeal form to request a review of your financial aid.
Use the Scholarship Finder tool to search and apply for a scholarship administered by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
Last day a doctoral candidate may hold a dissertation defense for the fall 2021 semester.
Last day a graduate student may change registration in a class to or from the credit/no credit basis.
Last day to submit master’s report, recital, thesis, doctoral dissertation, or treatise to the graduate dean.
Fall graduation ceremonies in some of the colleges and schools.
Last class day.
Last day a graduate student or a law student may, with the required approvals, drop a class or withdraw from the University.
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