Cost & Tuition Rates
We want you to know the price of a UT education right from the start. The information provided here is designed to help you understand your total cost of attendance (COA): the combined cost of tuition, housing and meals (on-campus, off-campus or at home), books and supplies, transportation and anything else you might need.
In addition to the 2.6 percent tuition increase, students in McCombs School of Business and Cockrell School of Engineering will pay a differential tuition of $550/$1,100 (resident/non-resident) per semester, and those in College of Natural Sciences will pay a differential tuition of $250/$500 (resident/non-resident) per semester. These differential rates are included in the advertised tuition rates for students taking 12 or more semester credit hours and will be prorated for students taking less than 12 semester credit hours.
Option III programs have a different tuition structure than regular degree programs at the University. Students in Option III programs should check with the program administrator for tuition rate information. Option III programs are designated on the Program & Contacts page with “- Option III”.Back To Top