Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 4901 E University
Phone: (432) 552-2020
Firstly the University of Texas at Permian Basin was created as a university that offered only junior, senior, and graduate level programs. It was founded in 1973. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, also known as UT Permian Basin or UTPB, is a state university situated in Odessa, Texas, United States.
Its mission is to provide quality education to all qualified students in a supportive educational environment; to promote excellence in teaching, research, and service; and to serve as a resource for the intellectual, social, economic, and technological advancement of the diverse constituency in Texas and the region.
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin provides quality education to all qualified students in a supportive educational environment; promotes excellence in teaching, research, and service; and serves as a resource for the intellectual, social, economic, and technological advancement of its diverse constituency in West Texas. UT Permian Basin offers undergraduate and graduate programs. UT Permian Basin offers courses through the following schools and colleges: College of Arts and Science, School of Business and School of Education. Moreover, the UT Permian Basin is a leader in providing Internet-based instruction to West Texas and around the world through the UT TeleCampus. UT Permian Basin offers distance education. Thanks for this student can receive courses, degrees and certification entirely online.
UTPB’s current accreditation dates from 2000. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, like all other University of Texas components, is a full voting member and has members of the campus community who participate in the accreditation process for other institutions across the South. Approved by the United States Department of Education, accreditation by SACS reflects the quality of the courses and programs offered by the institution. Without SACS accreditation, the quality of UTPB degrees and courses would be regarded with suspicion, and our students would be ineligible for federal financial aid.