Cost of Attendance

The cost of attendance (COA) is an estimate of what it costs the typical student to attend UT. Your COA covers both your tuition and basic living expenses, including housing and food, books and supplies, transportation and travel costs and personal expenses. Your COA is also used to create your financial aid package. Small changes to this estimate may or may not result in adjustments to aid depending on Federal/State policies and regulations. UT and other resources may provide financial aid up to your total COA but will not provide financial aid exceeding that amount.

Find your estimated COA on the Costs and Tuition calculator.

2023-2024 Estimated Costs

The figures below outline the estimated cost of attendance for undergraduate and graduate students to attend UT during the 2023-24 academic year. Small changes to the estimate may or may not result in adjustments to aid depending on Federal/State policies and regulations.

Fall & Spring Semesters for Full-Time Undergraduate

Resident who lives on campus or off campus Resident who lives with Parents Non-Resident
Tuition $10,858-$13,576 $10,858-$13,576 $40,582-$48,712
Housing and Food $14,136-$14,840 $4,626 $14,840
Transportation $1,682 $1,682 $1,682
Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment $724 $724 $724
Personal / Miscellaneous $3,352 $3,352 $3,352
Total Cost of Attendance $30,752-$34,174 $21,242-$23,960 $61,180-$69,310

Resident who lives on campus or off campus

  • Tuition

    $10,858-$13,576
  • Housing and Food

    $14,136-$14,840
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $724
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $3,352
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $30,752-$34,174

Resident who lives with Parents

  • Tuition

    $10,858-$13,576
  • Housing and Food

    $4,626
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $724
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $3,352
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $21,242-$23,960

Non-Resident

  • Tuition

    $40,582-$48,712
  • Housing and Food

    $14,840
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $724
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $3,352
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $61,180-$69,310

The range of tuition in the fall and spring semesters based on being enrolled 12 or more credit hours per semester. Actual costs will vary depending on the student’s degree program.

Fall & Spring Semesters for Full-Time Graduate

Resident who lives on campus or off campus Resident who lives with Parents Non-Resident
Tuition $8,684 - $10,848 $8,684 - $10,848 $17,312 - $19,786
Housing and Food $16,484 - $17,270 $4,626 $17,270
Transportation $1,682 $1,682 $1,682
Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment $776 $776 $776
Personal / Miscellaneous $4,482 $4,482 $4,482
Total Cost of Attendance $32,108-$35,058 $20,250-$22,414 $41,522-$43,996

Resident who lives on campus or off campus

  • Tuition

    $8,684 - $10,848
  • Housing and Food

    $16,484 - $17,270
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $776
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $4,482
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $32,108-$35,058

Resident who lives with Parents

  • Tuition

    $8,684 - $10,848
  • Housing and Food

    $4,626
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $776
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $4,482
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $20,250-$22,414

Non-Resident

  • Tuition

    $17,312 - $19,786
  • Housing and Food

    $17,270
  • Transportation

    $1,682
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

    $776
  • Personal / Miscellaneous

    $4,482
  • Total Cost of Attendance

    $41,522-$43,996

The range of tuition in the fall and spring semesters is based on being enrolled 9 or more credit hours per semester. Actual costs will vary depending on the student’s degree program.

Longhorn Fixed Tuition

Longhorn Fixed Tuition is an optional tuition program available only to undergraduate students enrolling at UT for the first time. Longhorn Fixed Tuition rates remain the same for four consecutive academic years. The rates are guaranteed each semester the student is enrolled during this period. Fixed tuition rates are higher than traditional rates because they are based on the projected average flat rate tuition over the next four years.

Undergraduate students may be eligible for a tuition rebate of up to $1,000, and students enrolled in the Longhorn Fixed Tuition program are eligible for an additional $2,500 rebate. Eligible students are required to apply for a tuition rebate prior to graduation.

How to Enroll in Longhorn Fixed Tuition

To enroll in the Longhorn Fixed Tuition program, go to the Enrollment page and sign the electronic agreement. If you are younger than 18 years old or do not have an upgraded UT EID, you may download the agreement, print, manually sign and return it to Student Accounts Receivable.

You must enroll by the 12th class day (fourth class day of a summer session) of your first semester in attendance to participate in Longhorn Fixed Tuition. Changes to the selection must be made by the 12th class day.

Students who do not enroll in the Longhorn Fixed Tuition program will default to the traditional flat rate tuition.

Rebate Eligibility Requirements

  • Resident and nonresident undergraduate students may be eligible for the rebate if they are enrolled in the Longhorn Fixed Tuition program.
  • Student must have attempted no more than three semester credit hours in excess of the minimum number of semester credit hours required to complete the degree under the catalog which they graduate.
  • Students who want to receive the rebate must graduate within four calendar years for a four-year degree program or within five calendar years if the degree requires more than four years to complete.
  • Student must complete at least 60 semester credit hours of coursework counted toward the degree in residence.
  • Student must not have already received a bachelor’s degree.
  • A student is required to apply for a tuition rebate prior to graduation.

Net Price Calculator

Use the Net Price Calculator below to get an estimate on the amount of financial aid you may receive.

Net Price Calculator

Disclaimer: This information is provided for informational purposes only. Inclusion does not constitute endorsement. Neither the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid nor The University of Texas at Austin can guarantee the accuracy or the timeliness of information found at the link above. It is critical that students verify information, particularly where deadlines are concerned.

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