T Tauri stars show linear polarization typically between 1–3%. A two band linear polarization survey of some T Tauri star was reported earlier by Bastien (1982). Most of the stars show pronounced time variability in polarization and position angle (Bastien, 1980; 1982). Wavelength dependence of polarization is important in determining the specific mechanism(s) producing polarization. For a systematic study of polarization in T Tauri stars, we have taken up an observing programme to measure linear polarization of some stars in Taurus-Auriga region. Polarization measurements of 9 T Tauri stars are reported here. Observations were made on January 8–11, 1984 with MINIPOL (Frecker and Serkowski, 1976) on 61“ telescope of University of Arizona.