Tuition Recommendations for 2016-17 and 2017-18
Read the tuition recommendations report (PDF) from the Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC) to President Greg Fenves.
View the TPAC presentation from the December 2, 2015, open forum.
Tuition Rates for 2015-16
Longhorn Fixed Tuition
House Bill 29, passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature, requires public institutions of higher education to offer a fixed tuition price plan to incoming freshman and transfer students. The University of Texas at Austin has met the requirements of the law (Texas Education Code, Section 54.017) by establishing Longhorn Fixed Tuition, which will be offered to eligible undergraduate students beginning Fall 2014.
For more information please see the Longhorn Fixed Tuition page.
To compare Longhorn Fixed Tuition and Traditional Tuition rates, please see the Tuition Calculator.
Summer 2015 Tuition Rates
Reduced Rates for Summer
During the summer session, coursework is less expensive than during the long sessions.
For all students, the rule is that coursework taken during the summer will cost 85 percent of what the same coursework would have cost during the long sessions.
For example, for a student in Liberal Arts paying resident tuition, this table compares the cost for three and six hours:
*Traditional Tuition rates.