The Pioneer Center for Student Excellence and the Graduate School are partnering to bring a 3-minute Thesis (3MT) competition to TWU. More about “Three Minute Thesis competition”...
Reanae McNeal of Davenport, Iowa, a Texas Woman’s University doctoral candidate in women’s studies and a master’s student in English, recently was awarded a prestigious fellowship from the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). More about “Graduate student Reanae McNeal receives national fellowship”...
Future Graduate Students
- Graduate Programs & Admission Requirements
- Graduate Admissions
- Apply at ApplyTexas.org
- Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
- Application Deadlines
- Teaching & Learning with Technology
Paying for Graduate School
Current Graduate Students
- New and Current Students
How to get started at TWU
- Responsible Conduct of Research Training
- Thesis and Dissertation Consultation
- Graduate Council Award for Exceptional, Original Scholarship [PDF]
- Application for Graduation
(available during registration periods)
- Graduation Ceremony
About the Graduate School
TWU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master's and doctoral degrees. Over 5,700 graduate students are enrolled at TWU in 66 master's and 23 doctoral programs of study.
Graduate study began at Texas Woman's University in 1930, and since 1952 the Graduate School has operated as a unit under its own Dean and Graduate Council. Doctoral degrees were first awarded at the University in 1953.