Your College Budget
Your operating budget for college will be on a smaller scale than that of The University of Texas at Austin, but it’s no less important.
As you’re planning your budget for attending the university, consult these offices and resources for information and guidance on tuition fees, tuition payment, financial aid, scholarships and more.
Tuition Dollars & Sense
Tuition and state appropriations combine to pay for the core operational costs of The University of Texas at Austin, one of the world’s great research universities. Tuition plays an integral part in the university’s mission by helping it hire more faculty to maintain reasonable class sizes, retain faculty and support staff through merit pay increases and expand existing academic programs and initiate new ones.
Explore the tuition information section of this Budget 101 Web site:
- How Tuition Is Set: Learn about the two committees that make tuition recommendations to the president.
- Tuition Costs: Learn about tuition rates for the current academic year, as well as tuition rebates, historical tuition costs, the cost of tuition nationally and more.
- How Tuition Is Used: Learn where your tuition dollars go.
Summer Enhancement Program
The Provost's Office debuted a program to expand and improve course offerings at The University of Texas at Austin for summer 2011.
Learn more about the Summer Enhancement Program.
Financial Aid & Scholarships Information
- Office of Student Financial Services
- Financial Aid Information from International Student and Scholar Services
- Tuition Affordability from The University of Texas System
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from the U.S. Department of Education
Graduate Student Resources
Tuition Payment Information
- Office of Accounting
- Student Accounts Receivable with Important Dates
- Information for Parents of UT Students