Current graduate students enrolled full-time in The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) are supported by a financial policy , which provides a stipend, medical and dental benefits, tuition, and required fees to those with Graduate Research Assistantships.
Students fees enable students to use a number of facilities, including (1) GSBS computer services , which provides a UTHealth email account and the GSBS computer resource room; (2) UTHealth library facilities, including the Jesse Jones HAM/TMC Library and the MD Anderson Research Library; (3) the UTHealth Recreation Center; and (4) in-house UTHSCH counseling. Students may also avail themselves of GSBS ombudspersons, selected GSBS faculty who have volunteered to counsel students on a confidential basis.
The GSBS has an active and enriching Outreach Program for students who desire to volunteer for community outreach activities. Graduate students seeking a laboratory may refer to a current listing of faculty seeking students . The Graduate Student Association (GSA) also maintains a website with additional information of interest to students.
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