The Office of Graduate Studies works to ensure that opportunities and resources are available to faculty and students throughout the academic process.
Writing specialists guide graduate students in improving their writing skills and assist at any stage in the writing process.
If you have questions about writing support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Statistics/SPSS mentoring is on basic statistics and assistance with SPSS software. When attending a session, bring a copy of the course syllabus, textbook, and assignment. Sessions last about one hour. Sessions are by appointment only and can be scheduled by emailing Dr. David Fike.
The libraries support the university’s academic programs with materials, instruction, and technology that advance the intellectual development of its students and the scholarship activities of its faculty.
Polly McCord, Graduate Research Librarian
Phone: (210) 805-5809
Coordinated by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies, the New UIW Graduate Student & Family Orientation provides an overview of what to expect as a new graduate student including information on policies, procedures, resources and services on campus. Family and friends will learn how to offer support throughout the educational experience.
The University of the Incarnate Word offers a variety of resources to help students achieve their scholarly, personal, and professional goals. View resources from academics to entertainment on the student Resources webpage.
Contact your advisor in order to register for classes each semester. They will give you a PIN (that changes each semester) to register for classes. Communicate with your advisor in a timely fashion to ensure you get the necessary classes.