Q: I am a current (UTD or UTA or UTSW) graduate student. How to I enroll in the joint graduate program?
A: If you are an enrolled UTD, or UTA, or UTSW graduate student, you are automatically enrolled, as the university programs as a whole are “joint”. No action is needed to enroll in the program, only individual courses.
Q: I am not currently a graduate student at any of the three universities, but I would like to be a part of the joint program once I am admitted. What should I do to enroll?
A: Follow the standard graduate admission procedures for the university you would like to attend as your “home institution.”
Q: Can I switch home institutions?
Q: I am a graduate student enrolled at UT Dallas. What is my “home institution”?
A: UT Dallas.
Q: I am a graduate student enrolled at UT Dallas, and I would like to take a biomedical engineering graduate course at UT Arlington. How do I enroll in the UT Arlington course?
A: Speak with your Graduate Advisor to discuss if this course is a good fit for your degree plan. You will then fill out a Concurrent Enrollment form.
Q: I am a graduate student enrolled at UT Dallas. My Graduate Advisor says that the course I would like to concurrently enroll in at UTSW will fit into my degree plan, and I have just completed a concurrent enrollment form. How do I pay for this course at UTSW?
A: You will receive a single bill for courses at both institutions from your home institution only.
Q: I am a graduate student enrolled at UT Dallas. My Graduate Advisor says that the course I would like to concurrently enroll in at UTSW will fit into my degree plan, and I have just completed a concurrent enrollment form. Is there transportation arranged by UTD, to UTSW for my class?
A: Not at this point in time. However, in the future if the number of UTD students is large enough, transportation to and from UTSW (from UTD) may be arranged by the department. (For UTD Students) please check with Kelly Sloan for information regarding possible University arranged transportation.
Q: I’m a UT Southwestern student, and I have just received my grades from my home institution, but have not yet received my grade for the class I took at UT Dallas during the same semester. How long will it take for me to receive my grade from UT Dallas?
A: Grades from the universities in the joint program other than your home institution may be available to you late, as your home institution must receive the grades from the other institution, before your home institution can provide you with those grades. Please contact your home institution Registrar’s Office for the status of your grades from the other institutions within the joint program.