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Graduate Advising Office

Chemistry Graduate Advising Office
Welch 2.218
512-471-3890

We invite you to drop by and discuss any aspect of your graduate program experience. Visit our office for:

  • Information about degree requirements, and academic policies and procedures
  • Advice about course selection
  • Assessment of your academic progress
  • Assistance with registration

Brooke Graham (Graduate Program Administrator)
brooke.graham@austin.utexas.edu

 

Betsy Hamblen (Admissions Coordinator)
bhamblen@cm.utexas.edu

 

Professor Jennifer Brodbelt (Chemistry Graduate Advisor)
jbrodbelt@cm.utexas.edu

 

Mailing Address:


Graduate Advising Office

Department of Chemistry
The University of Texas at Austin
105 E 24th St. Stop A5300
Austin, TX 78712-1224

 

Registration Tips:

  • UT Course Schedule
  • UT Office of Graduate Studies
  • Chemistry Graduate Degree Requirements
  • Class Registration for all students takes place online using your UT EID.
  • Zero Fee Bill: If you are a teaching assistant, the zero fee bill does not affect you. If you are appointed as a GRA and your supervising professor is paying your tuition, you must “confirm attendance” after receiving your zero tuition and fee bill. If you don’t, your registration will be dropped and you will have to re-register for a fee. Contact the Graduate Advising Office with questions.
  • In-state Tuition Waiver: Be sure to claim your in-state tuition waiver before completing your registration.  You will receive this waiver if you are employed as a TA or GRA.  Make sure you select the correct semester’s tuition waiver when registering.

Helpful Sites:

Official UT Calendars

  • Academic calendar
  • Registration deadlines
  • Campus events

Office of the Registrar

  • Official transcripts
  • Forms for school loan deferment

Office of Graduate Studies

  • Graduate student resources
  • Deadlines and forms
  • Rules and regulations
  • Student employment
  • Final/oral exams
  • Ceremonies and awards