Office of Graduate Studies Travel Grant
Note: All funding for the 2019-2020 academic year has been awarded at this time. If you wish to apply for a travel grant, please add your name to the waiting list. Eligible students on the waiting list will be contacted via e-mail if additional funding becomes available.
The Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) offers a competitive Travel Grant to UT Arlington doctoral students to help defray the costs associated with presenting research at domestic and international conferences.
The grant awards up to:
- $750 for international conference oral and poster presentations
- $500 for domestic oral and poster conference presentations
The award given may be less than the maximum amount stated above depending on the proposed budget, application quality, amount of travel funding awarded by the student's department/college, and available funds.
If you are looking for funding to support dissertation research, please see the Dissertation Research Enhancement Grant.
Eligibility Requirements and Application Process
To review the eligibility requirements and begin the application process, please read and print the Office of Graduate Studies Travel Grant Application Instructions. This document provides more information about the travel grant and includes a cover sheet that requires signatures from your department chair, as well as the department contact who will process the transaction. All documents must be submitted via the online application.
After Your Trip
Wondering what steps to take after you return from your trip to receive your travel reimbursement? More information is available here:
Please note: All follow-up steps must be completed within 10 business days of the traveler's return in order for the Travel Grant reimbursement to be processed.
Check out these great photos from recent OGS Travel Grant recipients!
Brock Rozich, Psychology
Portland, OR, February 2019
Md Jamal Mian, Mechanical Engineering
San Antonio, TX, March 2019
Latocia Keyes, Social Work
San Francisco, CA, January 2019
|Xioxia Zhang, Kinesiology
Baltimore, MD, June 2019
|Rongchao Tang, Linguistics
Cambridge, UK, July 2019
|Bahram Abediniangerabi, Civil Engineering
Albany, NY, June 2019