Libraries, Centers, and Museums
Graduate study encompasses the mastery of a chosen subject and discovery of new knowledge. The University of Texas at Austin provides the materials and support essential for graduate research and learning.
The university's library system is the fifth largest in the United States - holding more than eight million volumes in 17 different libraries across campus. The library system holds specialized collections in architecture, Latin American culture and history, law, life, marine sciences, and more.
Centers at UT Austin offer the opportunity for graduate students to conduct focused academic research and to find a social and cultural community that matches their interest.
- Center for American History
- Center for African and African American Studies
- Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies
- Center for Asian American Studies
- Center for Cellular and Molecular Toxicology
- Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies
- Center for East Asian Studies
- Center for Mexican American Studies
- Center for Middle Eastern Studies
- Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution
- Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
- Center for Transportation Research
- Linguistic Research Center
- Population Research Center
- South Asia Institute
- Center for Women's and Gender Studies
Whether graduate students need to conduct research, study treasures up close or just want to spend a quiet afternoon in the museum, they have the resources of the university’s museums right at their fingertips.