Residency classification

Your residency classification has an impact on your tuition and fees. Your initial classification is determined by the information you have provided on your application for admission to the Graduate School. If you believe that your initial residency classification is incorrect, you may appeal the classification. Find out about the deadlines for summer 2018 for appeals or the Work Rule Program.

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Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life seeking live-in House Director

The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life is currently seeking individuals interested in serving as a live-in House Director for several fraternity on-campus residences.  Working in collaboration with university staff, local Housing Corporation Boards and Inter/National Fraternity Headquarters, House Directors are an important partner in providing oversight to the residential facility, offering mentorship and guidance, and ensuring the health and safety of all residents. Get more information about responsibilities, qualifications and benefits. Interested candidates may send resume and contact information to Jennifer Pierce, Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life at

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Graduate Hooding Ceremony

Vincent Price, who graduates this spring with his PhD in Teacher Education, will be our featured student speaker at the Spring 2018 Graduate Hooding Ceremony. We hope faculty, staff and students will all join us at the ceremony, which will take place on May 10 at 7:00 p.m. in Thompson Boling Arena. If you are participating as a graduate or a doctoral hooder, please check out the Graduate Hooding Ceremony pages for information about when you need to be at the arena (6:00 p.m.) and where.

If you are a faculty member that would like to be part of the procession, we will have a space for you to gather near the Master’s Check-In (be sure to wear your regalia). We hope you’ll come out to support your graduating students. Because of parking/traffic around the event, we recommend you be there by 6:00 p.m., as well.

Also, help us remind everyone that Thompson-Boling Arena requires that everyone comply with the clear bag policy. If you’re not sure what that is, please review Security at the Ceremony.

If you have any questions about the Graduate Hooding Ceremony, please feel free to contact Catherine Cox ( or Sean Hendricks ( Hope to see you all there!

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Graduate Student Senate: New Leadership

The Graduate Student Senate has a new president and vice-president! Cara Sulyok will be the new president for 2018–2019 and Jack Ryan will be the new vice president. You can read more about this transition at the Graduate School. We at the Graduate School consider it a privilege to have had the opportunity to work with Sergio C. Bedford and Jamie Greig this past year, and we are looking forward to working with Cara and Jack next year.

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AKA Jobs Postings

Find current position postings on the American Kinesiology Association site here:

New postings include:

Anderson University

Assistant Professor in Exercise Science

Louisiana Tech University

Graduate Research Assistant; Graduate Teaching Assistant
Director of Recreational Services

SUNY Cortland

Head Athletic Trainer

Texas Tech University

Assistant Professor of Practice in Kinesiology

University of Michigan

Clinical Assistant Professor

University of Toronto

Assistant Professor, CLTA, Critical Race and Indigenous Studies
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Spring and Summer 2018 KRSS Graduation Luncheon

All KRSS undergraduate & graduate students, faculty, and staff are invited to the Spring and Summer 2018 KRSS Graduation Luncheon.

April 26, 11:30-1:30, HPER Breezeway

Party like it’s 2018!

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Applying for competitive, nomination-required postgraduate awards

Any UT students—current juniors (i.e., rising seniors), graduating seniors, and graduate students—interested in applying in 2018 for the competitive, nomination-required postgraduate awards noted below must first complete the brief Office of National Scholarships & Fellowships (ONSF) 2018 Campus Pre-Application found here, by May 14:


In order to help students complete the 2018 Campus Pre-Application and learn more about these prestigious awards and the processes for applying, the Office of National Scholarships & Fellowships (ONSF) will host information sessions this week and next:


  • Wednesday, April 25, at 5:00pm, in HODGES 253: Fulbright Information Session—How to get started with a Fulbright application, including navigating the Fulbright site and the different types of Fulbrights offered, completing the ONSF Pre-Application, application tips, and Q&A.
  • Thursday, April 26, at 5:00pm, in HODGES 253: Fulbright Information Session—Will cover the same material as the April 25 session.
  • Monday, April 30, at 3:00pm, in HODGES 212: Information session on Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates Cambridge, Knight-Hennessy, and Schwarzman Scholars—Basics of each program and what it takes to be competitive for any/all of these prestigious awards.


In addition, students seeking appointments with ONSF staff to discuss their interests and application ideas/questions should request appointments here:


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