Student Forms & Resources
Welcome to our Student Forms and Resources page! If you have questions about a form or information provided on this page, please contact the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at 409-772-9411 or contact email@example.com.
If you have problems with these PDF forms, please download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. These forms must be saved to your computer and sent as an attachment
in an email. In most cases, these forms will work on Mac computers. These forms are not intended for use with iPads.
Details on background check coverages and instructions for ordering additional background checks or drug screens can be found in the CastleBranch Background Check Information document (PDF). Students who began their studies Fall 2017 and before, can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on ordering additional background checks through Sterling. Students who wish to access their background check and/or drug screen from their matriculation can access it by logging into their CastleBranch account at https://discover.castlebranch.com. If you forgot your login or password information, please contact CastleBranch at the number provided on their website.
UTMB and the School of Health Professions requires all students, whether full time, part time or distance students, to take mandatory compliance courses each year. You must complete the ‘Annual Student Required Training’ and ‘Teacher
Learner Conduct’ within 30 days of enrollment and annually thereafter within 60 days of the start of the semester.
Failure to complete the training modules by the required due date will result in a HOLD on your student record and/or disciplinary action. Holds are automatically removed via an overnight process after all required
compliance training is completed. There is no need to contact anyone to have the hold removed.
Note: Students involved in Research or that have jobs within UTMB will have extra mandatory courses assigned and they must be completed by the due dates, as well.
Please visit the UTMB Office of Institutional Compliance for more information.
Download Instructions: Student Compliance Training (pdf)
Each semester, the School of Health Professions recognizes academic excellence for students in good standing with the following GPA:
Dean's List (Intended for Full-Time Students)
GPA: 3.5 to 4.0 (no rounding up)
- Note: No Incomplete or unsatisfactory grade permitted regardless of GPA
Minimum semester credit hour course load:
- Graduate: 9
Current Dean's List
Previous Dean's List
Information & Websites
Student Liability Insurance Certificates
Student Success & Support
Student Welcome & Resource Guide
Students with Disabilities
Students requesting ADA accommodations including testing accommodations, medical leave of absences and/or disabling conditions may contact the ADA Office at 409-747-4818 or email email@example.com to request reasonable accommodations.
Visit: UTMB Students with Disabilities (Student
More information regarding disabilities and the provisions provided by SHP can be found in our SHP Bulletin.
Study rooms are meant to support academic study and research ONLY. Inappropriate conduct such as excessive noise, sleeping, and/or recreational use (parties) is not permitted. The University reserves the right to remove users from
rooms based on inappropriate conduct, limit future study room use, and pursue disciplinary action.
To learn more about eligibility of use, hours of use, reservation process, and group study room conduct:
Download & Print: Study Room Guidelines (pdf)
Tutoring is available to all SHP students free of charge at any time during the semester. If you would like tutoring, please see the information below specific to your department. If you would like to become a tutor, please see your advisor. Tutors are
only hired at the request of the individual departments, pending available job openings. Tutors are paid $13.50 per hour.
If you need tutoring, please see your advisor within your department.
Thrive at UT
Specifically designed for students throughout the University of Texas system, Thrive at UT helps you live your best life. Thrive has resources on community, mood, mindfulness, and more! Download Thrive