Access and Diversity
Graduate Coordinators nominate eligible students for a limited number of Access and Diversity awards. If you are interested in this scholarship, contact your graduate coordinator (listed below).
Nature of Award
Tuition award for a minimum of 2, and a maximum of 6, credit hours (degree credit coursework).
Available for Fall and Spring semesters (and Summer if funds are still available), based on satisfactory performance and progress toward completion of the desired degree.
Underrepresented students at UT Martin
United States citizenship
Unconditional or Conditional admission to a UTM graduate degree program (Permission of the Dean of Graduate Studies necessary to change degree program)
Enrolled students must be in Good Standing---academically eligible (cumulative and each term)
Enrollment of a minimum of 2 credit hours of degree credit coursework
First generation college student
Beginning student (no more than 6 semester hours taken prior to Fall semester)
Admission to a degree program which has a significant underrepresentation (first priority: MSANR; second priority: MBA, MSEd, or MSFCS).
Deadline for Nominations
Nomination recommendation forms are submitted to the Graduate Studies Office by the Graduate Coordinator two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester. Nomination forms received after that deadline will be considered on an ad hoc basis subject to the availability of funds.
Agriculture - Dr. Joey Mehlhorn
Family and Consumer Sciences - Dr. Lisa LeBleu
Business - Dr. Kevin Hammond
Education - Dr. Sandra Murray or Kristy Crawford