College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
601 W. Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019-0108
Student Transportation Scholarships are merit-based, and designed to support and encourage students interested in pursuing a career in the transportation industry, or pursuing graduate study in a related field.Learn more about CTEDD Scholarships Program
The Terry Foundation Scholarship Program provides scholarships for Texas residents to support their goals of earning a college degree and students who demonstrate leadership, academic achievement, and financial need.Learn more about Terry Foundation Scholarships
Full-time undergraduate students completing their second/ sophomore year of college, or later, or graduate students (specializing in cement or concrete materials technology) are eligible to apply for the $7,500 of tuition assistance.Learn more about the Mather Scholarship
The Texas Architectural Foundation promotes education, community initiatives, and environmental advocacy programs to create an understanding of how architecture and planning impact our daily lives, natural environment, and cultural legacy.Learn more about TAF Scholarship Application
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships offers a wide variety of aid options to assist with funding the college education of students and families of all income levels. More than 75% of UTA students receive some type of financial assistance. Find out how much you may be eligible for with the College for All Texans Financial Aid Calculator.
Please complete the Graduate Assistantship application form.
All applicants for assistantships must read and understand those policies outlined in the current Graduate Catalog.
This 10-week program, offered by the UT Arlington English Language Institute, emphasizes oral presentation skills and accent reduction. Registration is in 402 Hammond Hall, and the charge for course is payable at the time of registration. Contact the English Language Institute at 817.272.2730 for details, including the current class schedule and charges.
Graduate assistants are under the direction of the department chair and/or Program Director with regard to assistantship responsibilities and assignments.
Full Assistantships (20 hours of employment per week): GTA/GRA’s may register for and must complete
Partial Assistantships (10 hours of employment per week): GTA/GRA’s may register for and must complete
All Graduate Assistantship Holders must comply with the minimum enrollment standards of their particular academic unit.
Although a student may be appointed initially to a graduate assistantship for a full academic year, continuation of the appointment beyond the first semester is subject to the following conditions:
A department may limit the number of semesters during which a graduate student may hold an assistantship.