The Ph.D. in Teaching, Learning, and Culture program in the Department of Teacher Education, College of Education, financially supports doctoral students in different ways.
- Graduate Assistantships
- Research Assistantships
- Teaching Assistantships
- Doctoral Excellence Fellowships - Funding is competitive and nominations may be offered to international students. However, please be aware that the majority of available funding is offered to Texas residents.
Students interested in these opportunities above may contact:
- Paying for Graduate School https://www.utep.edu/graduate/funding/Paying.html
- Internal Funding https://www.utep.edu/graduate/funding/internal-funding.html
- External Funding https://www.utep.edu/graduate/funding/external-funding.html
- Becas Para Estudiantes Mexicanos https://www.utep.edu/graduate/funding/becas-para-
The Office of Scholarships provides information about available fellowships, internships, post-doctorates, and other resources. The office can be contacted at 915-747-5478 or firstname.lastname@example.org and www.utep.edu/scholarships.
The Programa de Asistencia Estudiantil (PASE) provides in-state tuition to Mexican citizens that qualify. For more information, contact 915-747-5664 or email@example.com and visit http://studentaffairs.utep.edu/oip.
The Military Student Success Center (MSSC) – Division of Student Affairs serves the military-affiliated community of El Paso, Fort Bliss and beyond as the epicenter for success at The University of Texas at El Paso by providing guidance and information. Many of their staff are veterans that provide information about benefits such as VA Benefits (e.g. G.I. Bill of Rights), Hazelwood Act. The office is located in the Library in room 205 and can be contacted at (915) 747-5342 or firstname.lastname@example.org and https://www.utep.edu/student-affairs/mssc/about/index.html
Military-affiliated students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) qualify for federal, state, and institutional aid (Federal School Code: 003661). Additional aid options may be available for these students through the Department of Veteran Affairs and/or Department of Defense. For a list of grants, loans, and other forms of financial aid please visit: https://www.utep.edu/student-affairs/financialaid/types-of-aid/Military-Affiliated%20Students.html
Nonresident Tuition Waivers: Information about the waivers of non-resident tuition for non-residents and foreign students can be found at the Graduate Catalog section on “Residency for Tuition Purposes”: http://catalog.utep.edu/grad/financial-information/residency-for-tuition-purposes. Nonresident tuition waivers may include:
- Participants in the Academic Common Market
- Residents of the eight New Mexico counties that border Texas
- Recipients of competitive University scholarships of $1,000 or more
- Students whose families transferred to Texas as part of the stateʼs plan for economic development
- U.S. Foreign Service Officers assigned to posts in Mexico
- Mexican citizens with
- Military stationed in Texas (and their dependents)
- NATO forces stationed in Texas (and their dependents)
- Teaching and research assistants and their dependents
- Higher education teachers and professors and their dependents
- Registered nurses enrolled in postgraduate Nursing degree programs
The Financial Aid Office also provides information about borrowing loans such as the TEACH Grant. Important dates and timeline for the application process
isavailable on their website (Federal School Code: 003661). The office can be contacted at 915-747-5204 or email@example.com and http://academics.utep.edu/finaid.