Graduate and Postdoctoral Success

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The Graduate School is committed to advancing academic excellence in graduate and postdoctoral education and training. We have several departments that can assist you with questions regarding professional development activities, administrative processes, and graduate student success initiatives. 


Office Hours: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M., Monday through Friday 
Campus Location: MS 4.01.52 


Fax: 210-458-4332 

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Graduate and Postdoctoral Success


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CITI Online Grant Proposal Development Program

The CITI Grant Proposal Development Program is a fully online, self-paced proposal development training to help graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and other professionals better understand grants, how to find them, and how to create and submit a proposal. The 9-module course aims to take much of the mystery out of grant writing by walking learners through the process one-step at a time with in-depth instruction that includes videos, exercises, resources, and examples.

This online training course is free and accessible to all UTSA graduate students and postdocs. To set up an account and participate in the training, follow these instructions:

- Navigate to
- Click on “Log in Through My Institution” in menu towards top of page
- Select “University of Texas at San Antonio” from the organizational listing
- If you do not already have an account, you will be prompted to initiate one using your UTSA ABC123 and passphrase (single sign-on portal)
- Once logged in, click on “View Courses” button
- Scroll down and under “Learner Tools for University of Texas at San Antonio” select “Add a Course”
- Scroll down until you see “Essentials of Grant Proposal Development (EGPD) and select the “Yes” radio button
- Click “Submit” 

This course should now appear as one that you are enrolled in and you can complete the modules at your own convenience and desired pace. If you have any technical difficulties or questions, please contact