The Graduate School offers a limited number of competitive scholarships to selected graduate students who are in good academic standing. These travel grants are offered to support the costs of travel to professional meetings that are relevant to their degree.
To be eligible, graduate students:
- Must be presenting research or a creative activity which they have authored/co-authored. It must have been peer reviewed and accepted for presentation. If acceptance is pending, students can still apply, but the final award of a travel grant is contingent upon acceptance for presentation. Students who are simply attending a meeting without any active participation are ineligible for travel grant funding.
- Must have an approved degree plan on file in the Graduate School.
- Must be receiving at least $100 in matching funds from their departments, colleges or other appropriate sources. Toulouse Graduate School Travel Grants require a $100-$500 match already secured from an applicant’s department, college, or other appropriate source. These funds are matched on a 1:1 basis. Eligible graduate students may apply for a maximum of $500 with matching funds (for a maximum total of $1,000).
- Must attend at least 3 TGS Professional Development Graduate Workshops per academic year. You can attend these workshops in person or live online stream. If, for any reason, you are unable to attend a workshop, videos are available online. To verify that the video was watched, please fill out a form for each video viewed before completing an application. Please list the name and date of the workshops you attended or watched on the appropriate application field.
Applying for a Travel Grant
- To begin, download the Faculty Evaluation for Travel Grant Applicants and give this to the appropriate faculty members who will verify matching funds and provide a quick evaluation. This form can be completed and electronically signed by the appropriate parties. If you prefer to print this form and gather traditional signatures, you'll need to scan it and convert it to a PDF before submitting your application.
- Gather your conference acceptance and workshop requirement information.
- Next, login and fill out the online application.
- Once your application is submitted, you'll receive a confirmation message. Your application will be reviewed during the next evaluation period and you'll be notified of acceptance or denial within two weeks of the submission deadline.
Travel grant applications can be submitted at any point throughout the academic year. The grants are awarded on a rolling basis with three evaluation periods throughout the semester. We notify students of their acceptance or denial 1-2 weeks after the evaluation deadline. We recommend you submit your application as early as possible, because applications that are not awarded will be forwarded to the next review period and reconsidered for funding during that period. Applications must be submitted and travel must occur within the same academic year (Fall through Summer).
Evaluation Period #1
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Evaluation Period #3
Deadline to apply: September 30
Deadline to apply: January 31
Deadline to apply: May 31
Priorities & Limitations
- Preference will be given to students who are first-authors of scholarly research or creative presentations.
- The maximum amount awarded will range between $300 - $500.
- Students may receive only 1 Travel Grant for the academic year.
- For projects that involve more than one student, a maximum of 2 travel grants can be awarded. The application must identify the student's co-author who is also applying for a travel grant.
Questions? E-mail us: Travel.Grants@unt.edu
The Student Government Association has travel grants open to all students. They offer awards in the fall and spring semesters. Read more about the Raupe Travel Grants.
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