Check out the resources available through the Pioneer Center for Student Excellence. Our services support your academic success both in and out of the classroom. We have offices on all three campuses and provide assistance to all students, regardless of degree or major.
Improve your academic skills such as time management, test taking and note taking.
Meet with an advisor to develop your plan to earn your degree.
Internships are a great way to get job experience, and you may even qualify for course credit.
These opportunities provide you with skills outside of the classroom.
Join your peers in reading a book selected by the university for discussion.
Master’s and doctoral students compete by presenting their thesis/dissertation topic in just 3 minutes.
This four-day program gives grad students the opportunity to make significant progress on their dissertations.
This office provides support for students selected for various leadership scholarship programs.
Two programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education dedicated to increasing the retention and graduation rates for low income, first-gen, and/or students with disabilities.
Are you a first-time-in-college student who has signed the Dallas County Promise? TWU offers a great summer bridge program just for you! During this 5-week program, you'll participate in in-person and virtual activities and workshops that will help you prepare for the fall semester.
Application deadline: July 5, 2021