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The University of Texas at Austin

110 Inner Campus Drive, Austin, TX 78712
(512) 471-3434

Tuition 2016 - 2017 (full-time, first-time undergraduate students)

Tuition & Fees 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14
In District $10,092 $9,806 $9,830
In State $10,092 $9,806 $9,830
Out of State $35,682 $34,676 $34,836
Books/Misc. $662 $750 $750
On Campus      
Room and Board $10,070 $11,456 $11,456
Other Expenses $4,310 $4,310 $4,310
Off Campus      
Room and Board $10,070 $11,456 $11,456
Other Expenses $4,310 $4,310 $4,310
Off Campus With Family      
Other Expenses - $4,310 $4,310
 

Financial Aid 2014 - 2015

Type of Aid Percent Receiving Aid Average Amount Received
Federal Grants
(scholarships/fellowships)
22.0 % $4,530
State/Local Grant
(scholarships/fellowships)
35.0 % $2,834
Institutional Grants
(scholarships/fellowships)
43.0 % $6,413
Loans 36.0 % $6,354

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NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)

Baseball - Big Twelve Conference
Basketball - Big Twelve Conference
Football - Big Twelve Conference
Cross Country/Track - Big Twelve Conference

$75

Doctoral/Research Universities--Extensive: These institutions typically offer a wide range of baccalaureate programs, and they are committed to graduate education through the doctorate. They award 50 or more doctoral degrees per year across at least 15 disciplines.

Undergraduate programs or courses are offered via distance education
Graduate programs or courses are offered via distance education
ROTC: Army
ROTC: Navy
ROTC: Air Force
Study abroad
Teacher certification: Students can complete their preparation in certain areas of specialization
Teacher certification: Approved by the state for initial certifcation or licensure of teachers

The mission of the University is to achieve excellence in the interrelated areas of undergraduate education, graduate education, research, and public service. The University provides superior and comprehensive educational opportunities at the baccalaureate through doctoral and special professional educational levels. The University contributes to the advancement of society through research, creative activity, scholarly inquiry, and the development of new knowledge. The University preserves and promotes the arts, benefits the state's economy, serves the citizens through public programs, and provides other public service.

Public, 4-year or above 

Diploma
Bachelor's
Master's
Doctor's
First Professional

Remedial services
Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers
On-campus day care for students' children

Dual credit
Advanced placement (AP) credits

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The above information was obtained via the publicly-available Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), operated by the U.S. Department of Education, which compiles self-reported information provided by colleges and universities, for the purpose of making such information openly available to students and parents.

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6/6/2016 4:34:51 PM

All you can learn will bring you great opportunities. The knowledge bring to people the capacitu for decision making.

9/25/2015 2:12:07 PM

i cant find anything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brittany A.  on 11/9/2010 3:11:00 PM

The University of Texas came to my school for career day and i was very pleased with the information. I asked all kinds of questions about my major which is criminal justice and was answered on the spot. I will be looking forward to attending the University of Texas and i am sure that you guys will be honered to have me!

Brooke F.  on 9/8/2009 5:21:04 AM

I have already applied and been accepted for the 2010 Spring semester. I'm really excited, because not only is this a great school for business which is my intended major (marketing-specifically), but I graduated and live here in Austin, TX, so I can still live at home while attending college! Works out great. The campus is really nice. It is quite huge, and could be a little intimidating at time, but overall this school is an A+ :)

Michelle M.  on 8/28/2009 8:57:26 AM

The school is HUGE. 360 acres. The campus is really nice though and it's right by the Drag. The dorm rooms are a little bit small (at least the ones that I stayed in) and a bit pricey but it's cheaper than an apartment and everything you'll ever need or want is within walking distance. Though I wouldn't recommend having a car there. The parking is through the roof and a bike is much more preferable.