New Graduate Student Orientation
- Confirm your eligibility to enroll
Make sure one of the following is true: you have been admitted/readmitted for the exact term you are registering, or if you are a graduate student, you attended at least one term during the year before the term for which you are registering.
- Determine your myUTTyler ID and Password
Your myUTTyler ID and Password allows you to register for your classes. You should have received an email after you applied that contained your myUTTyler ID and password. If you have lost or forgotten your username/password, contact Graduate Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will resend the email. Usernames and passwords cannot be provided over the phone.
The user id and password for logging into myUTTyler is the user id and password you also use to log into your Patriots email account. Activation of your Patriots email account is required for log in access to myUTTyler . Try logging in using those credentials and if you still experience problems, email the following information to IT Support and they will respond in a timely manner.
- First and last name
- Date of birth
- Student ID
If you are a new student at UT Tyler, Fall orientation is a great place to start. Graduate Student Orientation announcements will be on the Office of Graduate Admissions home page each fall. If you can't make it to orientation in person, we have much of the information available for you in this online orientation.
Call or email to make an appointment with an academic advisor.
To view/search the schedule of classes, go to myUTTyler. Look for the Class Search link on the left of the page under Search/Browse Catalog.
Complete your registration online at myUTTyler.edu. Here are some helpful instructions from the Registrar's Office.
Go to myUTTyler to verify and/or change your address.
You must pay your fees by the deadline or you’ll be dropped from your classes. Click here for information on payment and deadlines.
If you decide not to continue your enrollment for this term (whether classes were attended or not), you must notify the Office of the Registrar to complete the total withdrawal process. ***Do not assume that you will be officially dropped from the class. It is always the responsibility of the student to drop courses.***