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Graduate Student Travel Funds

Texas State University is following recommendations by the United States Department of State regarding foreign travel. The Student Health Center has created a webpage to provide the latest COVID-19 information for our Texas State community.

Let us help you share your work at professional conferences around the globe! The Graduate College provides funds to support student participation in conferences in Texas, the United States and beyond.

Paepin Goff stands in front of tall grass, water, and mountains

Grand Teton National Park, WY

Amherst, MA

Amherst, MA

a busy street with brightly lit, neon storefronts in Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea

  Award Details


The Graduate College will partially fund one graduate student conference presentation request per year subject to availability of funding. Until further notice, only virtual conference participation will be eligible for funding due to domestic as well as international travel restrictions because of COVID-19. Should the situation change in the future, funding for in-person participation at conferences may be considered.

  • The Graduate College will provide up to $150 for virtual conference participation.

  Your department and/or academic college may also contribute funds for your travel.

  Eligibility


In order to receive travel funds, you must: 

  • be enrolled in a graduate degree program at Texas State University
  • have an accepted conference paper, poster, professional presentation, or performance/exhibit 
  • be in good academic standing during the semester the conference is held
  • meet all Texas State University travel regulations

  Application Requirements


  Begin the four-step process to submit these items as soon as you have been selected to present.

  Selection Process


Awards are processed in the order received and will be made after considering department/school and college contributions.