UT Tyler Parent and Family Programs
Keeping Families Informed and Connected
Welcome to the UT Tyler community! The University of Texas at Tyler's Parent and Family Programs links parents and families to vital information and opportunities to stay connected to campus.
Whether your family member is a UT Tyler student or considering becoming one, there are excellent resources available to answer your questions and address your concerns. Our goal is to make the transition to college as smooth as possible for you and your student, and to keep you informed throughout the coming years.
Family Day 2023
Saturday, February 11, 2023
10 AM - 7 PM
Attend Family Day by completing the registration!
Family Association Members
Please check your email for the discount code!
UT Tyler students are free but must register to attend.
The Family Association is dedicated to providing all parents and families with events and resources that well help them stay connected and involved with UT Tyler and one another from the time that their student attends New Patriot Orientation to when they graduate.
By joining the Family Association, you are joining the UT Tyler family with Patriot pride! You are taking the steps to be just as involved as your student with additional communications, exclusive parent and family communities, scholarship opportunities, and UT Tyler swag! Those interested in joining the Family Association can join for $40 annually or $150 for four-years. A Family Association membership covers one individual. Any additional family member who wants to join would need to fill out their own membership form.
All parents and family members also have the option to join the Complimentary Membership. With the complimentary membership, you will receive all the communications you need to stay informed and involved- for free!
You can view the Family Association benefits below or find them HERE.
One Year Membership
Four Year Membership
||August 1, 2022 - August 1, 2023||August 1, 2022 - August 1, 2026|
*Discounts may vary based on cost of precious metals