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Enrollment Up 8.6%

Fall Enrollment for UT Permian Basin is a record-high 5,565 students. This number represents an 8.6% increase in headcount and a 4.4% increase in Student Course Hours (SCH’s) over the 2013 fall enrollment.

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Mike and Sheila Abusaab invest in UTPB

Mike and Sheila Abusaab with Sonic Drive-ins invest in UTPB. "We believe in education." said Mike Abusaab in a check presentation to David Watts, president of UTPB. The donation is a continuing commitment by the Abusaabs to education and scholarships at UTPB.

Faculty Recognized for Teaching

Mr. Clark Moreland, lecturer in literature and languages was recognized as a recipient of the 2014 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award.

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Donors Invest in Engineering

Dr. William and Mrs. Ordell Watts presented UTPB with a check that established the William and Ordell Watts Professorship in Engineering.

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Fast Track to Teaching

If you have your bachelor’s degree and a passion for teaching, investigate the online UTPB Fast Track Teacher Certification Program.

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$5000 Online BAAS Degree

$10,000 Four Year Degree

The University of Texas of the Permian Basin now offers a Bachelor of Science degree to qualified, full-time students majoring in Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Information Systems and Mathematics at a cost of $10,000 in tuition and fees for the four-year curriculum. Contact 432-552-2605 for details.

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Student Housing!

Spacious, open floor plans are available in one, two and four bedroom options with great amenities and 2 clubhouses! With student success in mind, on-campus housing offers:

  • Fully-Furnished Apartments
  • Convenience
  • Affordable Apartment-Style Living
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Financial Aid

Financial assistance is available to college students who qualify and who are seeking a degree. Funds from a variety of sources assist students in achieving their responsibilities in paying for college. All students are encouraged to fill out both a FAFSA and the General Scholarship Application.