Campus Resources

There are many resources available to support graduate students at TWU. If you have questions regarding resources or events and programming for graduate students, please contact the GSC or the Graduate School, and we can assist you.

Graduate School

This is the place to go to get most of your questions answered about anything related to graduate education. The staff at the graduate school is ready to help you answer any questions or direct you to the person who can help.

Career Connections Center

The Career Connections Center serves as a bridge from your educational experience to the world of work. We are here to help you with all aspects of your career planning, from choosing a major to negotiating a salary. The Career Connections Center has professional and friendly staff available to work with students from each TWU College and campus providing tailored advising to meet individual needs. 

Center for Research Design and Analysis

The primary purpose of the Center for Research Design and Analysis is to provide faculty and students with the appropriate level of support needed for their qualitative and quantitative research. Statisticians and qualitative consultants trained in theory and application provide students with research support and training to conduct research with the most appropriate designs and confidence in the data and results.

Center for Student Research

The Center for Student Research (CSR) promotes an enhanced educational experience for graduate and undergraduate students by providing opportunities for meaningful interaction between faculty and students through support, education, and programming in research and creative activities. The CSR offers student funding in the form of small grants for research and travel awards for the presentation of research and professional development opportunities are available through workshops and other activities.

Child Care

The CARE (Campus Alliance for Resource Education) office provides educational resources for students seeking childcare.  Some available resources include Texas Child Care Services (CCS) Assistance Program, the Texas licensing database, and tips for evaluating quality care and list of child care centers (including TWU Club House). 

Commuter and Non-Traditional Student Services

The CARE Office provides students with commuter tips and information on transportation (carpooling, bus schedules & parking), off-campus housing, child care, non-traditional student scholarships, holiday gift program, student organizations, financial wellness programs, special events and more. Additionally CARE staff are available to help students experiencing financial crises. 

Counseling and Family Therapy Clinic

The Counseling and Family Therapy Clinic, housed within the Department of Family Sciences, is open to the public and provides counseling for families, couples, groups, and individuals, both adults and children. Clinical services are provided by graduate students in the Counseling & Development and Family Therapy programs. All therapists and counselors are supervised by a clinical director and clinical faculty who have earned doctoral degrees and maintain licensure in a mental health discipline.

Counseling & Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides high-quality mental health care to currently enrolled students on the Denton, Dallas, and Houston campuses. It is CAPS mission to support students' academic success and personal growth in a warm, safe, and confidential environment. Professional psychologists and therapists in training provide individual, couples, and group therapy; as well as crisis intervention services. Psychiatric consultation is also available when deemed appropriate.

Dental Hygiene Clinic

Services of TWU’s Dental Hygiene Clinic are available to faculty, staff, students, and the local community. For a nominal charge, the Clinic provides the following services: Prophylaxis (tooth cleaning), periodontal therapy (deep cleaning), radiographs (x-rays), limited dental examinations and oral cancer screening, and oral disease prevention education and clinical treatment, including fluoride treatments and sealants. In spring, tooth whitening is offered. 

Disability Support Services

Disability Services for Students (DSS) ensures that TWU students with disabilities have equitable access to TWU classes, programs, and events.  We enhance student learning by promoting self-advocacy and partnering with faculty and staff to create a more accessible environment.  We seek to advance representation of TWU students with disabilities and establish disability culture as an essential aspect of diversity, vital to society and the TWU community.

Fitness and Recreation

Fitness and Recreation provide facilities, programs, and services for the University community to promote a healthy lifestyle and to encourage well-being through physical activity. Full-service fitness facilities are located on all three campuses and include cardio and strength training machines.  Each facility can be accessed with a current student ID. Locker rooms with showers and changing areas are available in each facility. 

ID Card/Pioneering Card

The TWU student identification card is issued to a student upon registration for the first semester the student is enrolled. All students are required to carry a TWU student ID card and to make it available upon request to academic and administrative officials.

Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Outreach

The Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach provides programs and services that promote diversity education, cultural awareness, and leadership development among students through a variety of progressive and technological outlets.

Student Handbook

The Student Handbook identifies policies and procedures governing student rights and responsibilities and provides a variety of information and resources. The handbook is available online via the TWU Office of Civility and Community Standards' webpage.

Student Health Services

The Texas Woman’s University Student Health Services (SHS) is located on the TWU campus in Jones Hall.  SHS is dedicated to providing quality healthcare and preventative services to the students of our University. By providing these services, SHS intends to assist each student in maintaining maximum health, so that students may realize to the fullest extent possible the educational opportunities afforded by the university.

Dr. Don Edwards Mathematics and Technology Success Center

The Dr. Don Edwards Mathematics and Technology Success Center (MTSC) assists students in reaching their educational goals through individual or group tutoring and computer-based programs. Located in MCL 307, this center provides tutoring to TWU students enrolled in any courses with mathematics or technology components, taking the computer literacy exam, or preparing to pass the TSI mathematics requirement. For more information call 940-898-2169 or visit MTSC 

Science Learning Resource Center

The Science Learning Resource Center (SLRC) exists to assist first-year and sophomore students taking courses in biology, chemistry, and physics by providing tutoring and a wide variety of self-help audio-visual and computer-assisted learning programs. The Science Learning Resource Center is located in the Science Building on the Denton campus. For more information about SLRC call 940-898-2553 or visit SLRC. 

The Write Site

The Write Site is the University's writing resource center and serves the entire University community by providing individualized or group face-to-face writing assistance; help at any stage of the writing process (brainstorming, prewriting, drafting, organization, and revision); both synchronous and asynchronous online tutoring via the OWL and OWLive; and student-led writing workshops. The Write Site provides assistance for both graduate and undergraduate students in any discipline.  For more information or to make an appointment, please call 904-898-2341 or visit the Write Site website.

Academic Testing Services 

Academic Testing Services supports the mission of Texas Woman’s University by providing professional, quality testing services to students and the community. The testing center follows the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines and strives to provide conscientious customer service in a comfortable environment conducive to academic testing. 

Veteran & Military Student Center

Special services for veterans include academic credit for military experience (when applicable), early course registration, personalized help with Hazelwood and GI benefits, small classes, study workshops, a Student Veterans Association and veteran cords at commencement. 

National Resources

National Association of Graduate and Professional Students

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