Please see a list of Enrollment Management and Student Success resources below in order to best assist you.

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

Whether you’re a prospective student or close to graduating, we want to make sure you have the cost and aid information you need to make your UT education possible. We’re here to answer your questions and help guide you through the financial aid process.

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  1. Know Your Costs

    Learn about costs and tuition and see why UT has been named one of the best values in higher education.

    Cost and Tuition Rates

  2. Submit Your FAFSA

    To be considered for financial aid, you must submit a FAFSA every year. Our school code for the FAFSA is 003658.


  3. Search for Scholarships

    Learn about the process of applying for scholarships and see what you might be eligible for.


  4. Check Your Aid Status

    Regularly check to make sure you have no outstanding requirements that could delay your financial aid.


Texas Advance Commitment

As part of the university’s commitment to making a UT education possible for Texas families, in-state, first-year through fourth-year students with family adjusted gross incomes (AGI) of up to $125,000 will receive guaranteed need-based aid through the Texas Advance Commitment.

Texas Advance Commitment

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