About Uta Tuition
Uta Tuition Fees, and charges are assessed per session and billed for students based on the number of credits for the semester, a fixed fee every term, or specific services. They are mandatory for all students and are charged to anyone enrolled in particular courses, receiving particular services, or only for products or services. For more information about fees, tuition, and other charges, visit The University of Texas System website. Find Statutory Authority to view Student fees.
UTA Tuition Terms/Sessions
- Fall Term: Fall Regular, 5-Week I, 5-Week II, 5-Week III, 8-Week I, 8-Week II
- Spring Term: Winter Intersession, Spring Regular, 5-Week I, 5-Week II, 5-Week III, 8-Week I, 8-Week II
- Summer Term: Summer Intersession, Summer I 5-Week, Summer I 7-Week, Summer I 11-Week, Summer II 5-Week, Summer II 7-Week, Summer 14-Week
The tuition and fees can be modified through legislative or regental actions and will take effect at the time of enactment and will reflect in the tuition, fees and other charges that are assessed. It is important to note that the Texas Legislature does not set the specific amount specific to the specific student fee. Fees, tuition and charges are regulated by state law. Still, the University of Texas at Arlington administration and the University of Texas System Board of Regents make the precise amount and the decision to increase fees.
Students who are enrolled in the Fall 1999 or later catalogues could be required to pay tuition at non-resident rates if they spend more than 45 hours than needed to complete the degree course in the program in which the student is taking part. Doctoral students may require tuition for non-residents beginning with the first long semester, during which
- A) the student was previously enrolled in graduate school longer than 14 semesters, and
- (b) students have earned greater than 99-semester credits of doctoral studies within UT Arlington.
Students over the limit may not be eligible to receive assistantships backed by the state budget.
Students who are resident undergraduates and enrol in a course substantially identical to a course they previously took might require more expensive tuition that is not more than the amount charged to non-resident undergraduates.
Accelerated online students are accountable for understanding fee and tuition policies, rates and regulations specific to this particular program. Check out UTA Accelerated Online Programs’ website for more information. UTA Accelerated Online Online Programs website for more information.
Uta Tution and Mandatory Fees
- Mandatory Tuition$50 /credit hours (TEC 54.051c). Required
- Designated Course: Varies (TEC 54.0513). Required
- Nonresident Statutory Incentive: $408 per credit hour (TEC 54.051d). Required
- nonresident designated tuition Increase: Varies (TEC 54.0513). The required
- graduate tuition differential ( Board Authorized Tuition) is $50 per credit hour (TEC 54.008). Required
- graduate program enhancement fee: 6 dollars per hour of credit. To cover costs related to enrolling, admitting and keeping graduate students. (TEC 55.16). required
- Technology Fee for Computers: $37.90 per credit hour/$568.50 maximum. To cover the costs for the maintenance of computing labs for students and university network operations, upgrading computer equipment and Center for Distance Education (TEC 54.504). Required
- ID Card Fee: $15 per term. To cover the cost associated with activating Student ID cards (TEC 55.16). Required
- Intercollegiate Athletics Fee: $8.50 per credit hour/$115 maximum. To help intercollegiate fund sports (TEC 54.5121). Required
- International Education Charge: $4 per term. The fees collected under this section are to be deposited in the international education financial aid fund, to be used only to assist students participating in exchange programs for international students and study programs (TEC 54.5132). Required
- Library Services Fee: $15 per credit hour, or $315 maximum. For handling costs that are associated with computer searches, processing lost objects, as well as the costs associated with other Library activities (TEC 54.504). Required
- Medical Services Cost: $54.45 per term. For medical assistance for the students (TEC 54.50891). Required
- Recreational Facilities Cost: $75 per term. For the maintenance of recreational facilities or operation programs for recreation within the University (TEC 54.5122). Required
- Registration Fee: $5 per term. To pay for the cost of the registration system. (TEC 55.16). Requires
- Shuttle Bus Fee: $10 per term. To support and extend current bus routes and to contribute to the maintenance and operating costs associated with Shuttle Bus Program (TEC 54.512). Shuttle Bus Program (TEC 54.512). Required
- Students Services Fee $12.20 for each credit hour with a maximum of $150. For activities that directly impact or benefit students, such as recreation, student-run organizations, and government and publications for students (TEC 54.503). Required
- Student Union Fee: $39 per term. To pay for the cost of maintaining and upgrading, and improving the Student Union Building and its programs (TEC 54.529). Required
- The amount of tuition is different: Variable per credit hour (TEC 54.0513). Required
|College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs||$16.00||$10.00|
|College of Business||$51.00||$17.00|
|College of Education||$11.00||$8.00|
|College of Engineering||$41.00||$25.00|
|College of Liberal Arts||$11.00||$9.00|
|Visual & Performing Arts||$24.00||$21.00|
|College of Nursing and Health Innovation||$106.00||$28.00|
|College of Science||$16.00||$11.00|
|School of Social Work||$16.00||$10.00|
|Division of Student Success||N/A||$10.00|
|The rates above do not apply to accelerated online programs. Accelerated online students are responsible for understanding the rates, policies and other requirements unique to this program. Click here or additional details.|
Course and Class Fees
Distance Learning Costs:$20.00-$500.00 per course. To cover the cost of providing distance-learning courses as specified in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. (TEC 54.504) Specific
- Distance Education Cost:$25.00 per credit hour. To cover the costs of creating and delivering distance education courses.
- Engineering Internet Fee: $75.00 per credit hour. To cover the costs of creating and distributing Engineering online classes.
- Nursing Internet Course Fee: $95.00 per class. To cover the cost of producing and providing Nursing internet-based classes.
- Social Work Web Course Cost:$65.00 per credit hour. To cover the costs of creating and providing Social Work internet courses.
3D Printer Lab Fee: $75.00. To cover the costs related to maintaining 3D printers. This includes items, supplies, software licenses, and service contracts. (TEC 54.501(a)). Specific
AT-u Cost:$54 per year or $108 over three years. To cover the cost of AT-u’s application-based learning tool that is part of the athletic Training program (TEC 54.504). Specific
Clinical Experience Cost:$250.00 – $750.00. To cover the costs for administering field-based clinical education certificate programs (TEC 54.504). Specific
Course Cloud Software Subscription Cost:$35. To cover the cost of technology associated with Adobe Software (TEC 54.504). Specific
Field Trip Cost: Varies based on actual costs. To cover the transportation and other expenses associated with field excursions (TEC 54.504). Specific
Forensic Material for Science Cost: $25.00. To cover the cost of course materials or events (TEC 54.504). Specific
Inclusive Access Cost: Varies based on the actual costs. To cover the costs of providing digital course materials in place of printed textbooks or any other print materials. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Music Cost: $100.00 – $700.00 per course if individual instruction or coaching is the most common mode of instructing (TEC 54.051 [l»). Specific
Simulation Lab Cost: $70.00 per credit hour. To cover the costs related to the maintenance of both the Smart Hospital and the Smart Lab. (TEC 54.501(a)). Specific
Social Work Professional Liability Insurance: $12.50. To cover the costs of insurance premiums and other administrative expenses. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Visible Body Courseware Cost:$49.99 for two years. To cover the cost of the Visible Body Courseware’s application-based education device (TEC 54.504). Specific
NRODE: Varies. Students who are not residents of Texas enrolled in a distance education course(s) and who are physically located outside Texas are Texas are assessed the cost of the mandatory tuition and fees. The fee is comparable to the Mandatory Tuition and Fees for students who are Texas residents taking the same distance education course(s) and an additional 20 dollars per SCH. Certain courses might have added Distance Learning Course costs of between $20 and 500 per class.
Uta Tuition Other Fees
Alternate TASP Remedial Fee: $75.00. Students failing the TASP exam in a specific area but do not require remediation based on the course (TEC 54.504). Specific
An audit fee is charged in order to cover administrative costs associated with the registration of non-credit students in class schedules (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Non-enrolled Students: $100.00 per course.
UT Arlington Students: $20.00 per course.
Students and community involvement Record Charge: $5.00 for registration and five official copies; $2.00 for each additional copy. To cover the costs of maintaining and establishing the student’s Campus and a Community Participation Record (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Career Cost of Services: $25.00 for ten files, $1.00 for each additional file. To cover costs for registration for placement materials, software, and licensing fees for software and the like (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Catalog Fee: $3.00 per catalog ($6.00 if mailed). To offset the cost of mailing and printing catalogues (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
The fee for cashing checks is $0.25 for each check or 1 per cent of the check amount (whichever is more). To cover the cost of offering cash-on-checks (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Credit through Examination Fee: $20.00-$100.00 per course. To cover costs for course materials and the costs related to administering and scoring tests (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Delinquent Accounts Receivable Fee (Late Fee): $25.00 monthly for delinquent accounts. To cover operating expenses associated with the billing process and collection of students’ accounts payables (TEC 54.504). Specific
Cost of Diploma Posting (Undergraduate): $8.00 — $45.00 (TEC54.504) Specific
Duplicate Diploma Fee (Graduate/Undergraduate): $20.00 per duplicate. To cover the cost of duplicate diplomas and cover (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Exam Fee: EDUC Exam Charge: To defray costs associated with administering the ExCET/TExES test to obtain SBEC superintendent and principal accreditation (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Non-UT Arlington Students: $25.00 per exam.
UT Arlington Students: $10.00 per exam.
Enrollment Certification Fee: $10.00. To cover the costs of the manual process of completing enrollment certificates for students who decide not to utilize the online free services (TEC 54.504). Free
Enrollment Cost of Loan Origination: $40.00. To cover the costs of the provision of loans for enrollment (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Graduate Applicant Admission Deferral Fee international student: $60.00 per applicant. To cover processing costs, international student deferrals (TEC 54.504). The fee is voluntary.
Graduate Applicant Admission Deferral Fee U.S. Students: $30.00 per applicant. To cover administrative costs for processing U.S. application delays (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Graduate Application Fee-US Citizens: $75.00 per applicant. To cover costs associated with recruiting, admitting and keeping graduate students. (TEC 54.504) Voluntary
Graduate Application Fee for U.S. Citizens with foreign Transcripts:$90.00 per applicant. To cover the costs of the process of attracting, admitting and keeping graduate students. (TEC 54.504) Voluntary
Graduate Readmission Cost Students from abroad: $60.00 per applicant. To cover administrative costs associated with processing readmissions for international students (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Graduate Readmission Cost U.S. student: $30.00 per applicant. To cover administrative costs associated with processing U.S. students’ Readmissions (TEC 54.504). Volunteer
Graduation Application Fee (Graduate/Undergraduate): $40.00 per application. To cover the cost of graduation, cover diplomas and other fees (TEC 54.504). Specific
Late Charge (Graduate and undergrad): $60.00 per late application (TEC 54.504). Specific
Graduation costs for Doctoral and Master’s candidates:(TEC 54.504) Specific and voluntary
dissertation and thesis Costs: Actual cost.
Finding up to $30.00 — $30.00 maximum.
Copyright registration (optional):$45.00 – $75.00 maximum.
Mailing: $8.00 – $45.00
Microfilming (Dissertation): $55.00 – $100.00 maximum.
Microfilming (Thesis):$45.00 – $75.00 maximum.
Nursing Practitioner Cost-Based Education Fee $25.00 up to $250.00. Supplemental Instruction – Fee for case-based learning students accepted into the College of Nursing and Health Innovation within the MSN and Post Master’s Certificate Nurse Practitioner Program (TEC 51.202 (a)). Specific
Personal Copies (optional):$6.50
in Absentia $15.00. For administrative expenses associated with making graduation forms for applicants who aren’t currently in school.
ID Card Replacement Fee: $15.00 per replacement. To cover the administrative costs associated with issuing Student IDs (TEC 55.16). Particular
Instalment Plan Fee: $20.00 per Installment Pay Plan. To cover administrative costs associated with offering a delayed instalment plan (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
International Student Application Fee:
- International graduate:$90.00. To cover admissions costs, recruit graduate students, and keep them (TEC 54.504). Non-voting
- Students from other countries: $50.00. To cover the costs of recruitment, processing, and keeping undergraduate students (TEC 54.504). Volunteer
- International Student Health Insurance Cost: Variable – to match premiums for the approved U.T. Student insurance plan. to cover the costs of compulsory protection for international students with non-immigrant visas who reside within the United States (TEC 54.504). Specific
- International Student Services Fee: $125.00 per term. To cover the cost of managing international students’ information and services. Required
late registration activity Cost: $25.00 per session. To cover the cost of continuing registrations from the first day of class until the census date. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Library fees: Varies. To cover handling costs that are that are associated with computer searches, the processing of lost items and those returned to the Library after the due date, and the costs associated with other Library activities (TEC 54.504). Specific and voluntary
Inter-Library loan Late Charge: $2.00 per day — $50.00 maximum.
Damaged or lost items: $35.00 processing fee plus any fines incurred and the actual item cost.
Personal Binding Fees Optional for graduate students:$26 – $50 per copy if it is mailed to the U.S.; $33.50 per copy when mailed into Canada or Mexico; $43.50 per copy for other international countries; an optional pocket for CD/DVD $3 per
- Technology: $12.00 per credit hour. $60.00 maximum.
- The items that were recalled:$2.00 per day – $50.00 maximum.
- Regular Check-Out: $0.25 per day – $25.00 maximum.
- reserve items$1.20 for each credit hour — $50.00 maximum.
Preservation of Photos Print Purchases is $5.00 per image.
Special Collections Fee: $10.00 first image; $3.00 each additional image.
Special Collections Photocopy Fee:$0.15 per image for bound and bound material; $0.25 per image for manuscripts; $0.35 for clippings.
I am reading Resources Room Overdue Charge: $0.25 per day.
Audio Recording Reproduction Students in the current semester: $15.00 per CD.
Music Recording reproduction Public and former students: $20.00 per CD.
Locker Rental Cost: $3.00-$25.00. To pay for key and lock and administrative costs (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Online Student Costs for Services:
- Campus Recreation Facilities Fee: $75 per term. To maintain recreation facilities or run recreational programs within the University (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
- Medical Services Cost:$54.45 per term. Provide medical services for pupils (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
- Fee for Orientation: $120.00 per student. To improve service quality and provide a better student orientation through the development of new programs, guest speakers and increased costs for dining (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
- Career Services Fee: $32. To cover costs for placement registration Materials, software, fee for licenses and software (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Fee for Orientation-Undergraduates: To enhance the level of service and offer a better experience in orienting students new to the university by assisting with guests, new programs and higher dining costs (TEC 54.504). Specific
Freshman 2-Day Orientation for 2 Days with overnight experience (June through July):$165.00 per student. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Freshman 2-Day orientation (August): $120.00 per student. (TEC 54.504). Specific
1-Day orientation (Any students): $60.00 per student. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Online Introduction (Any pupil):$60.00 per student. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Transfer Night-time Orientation Accommodations for Students:$40.00 per student. (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Walk-in Cost: $25.00 (TEC 54.504). Specific
Charge for Date Change:$20.00 (TEC 54.504). Specific
guest fee: $35.00. To pay for the costs of the items for parents to attend the orientation course (TEC 54.504). It is a voluntary
Plotter Use Charge: $30.00 per term. To pay for the costs of materials and supplies required by students to plot the ARCH project (TEC 55.16). Specific
post-Census Registration Cost: $250.00 per session. To cover costs associated with continuing to process registrations following the census date. (TEC 54.504). Specific
Residence Hall Lockout Fee: To defray the expense of providing temporary keys to rooms and access cards 1st and 2nd-time free 3rd time $5.00 4th time $10.00 5th time $15.00 6th time $20.00 7th and following time $25.00 for each (TEC 54.504). Specific
Payback Fees: $25.00 per returned payment. Any returned or rejected payments due to inaccurate data (i.e., invalid account number, non-sufficient funds, etc.) are assessed an additional fee for return payments. Your initial payment will be refunded, and holds will be placed on your student account. To cover administrative costs associated with returns of payments. (TEC 54.504 / 55.16). Specific
sponsored student fee: $200.00 per term. To cover costs associated with advising international sponsored students as well as monitoring and registration (TEC 54.504). Specific
Applications for Study Abroad Cost:$75.00 (TEC 54.504) Specific
Web-based Technology Cost: $35.00 per new Education Certification student. To cover technology costs for teacher preparation programs for certification (TEC 54.504). Specific
Certificate of Teacher Deficiency Plans Cost: To defray costs associated with the preparation and the issuance plan (TEC 54.504). The fee is non-refundable.
Non-UT Arlington Graduate: $35.00 per plan.
UT Arlington Graduate: $25.00 per plan.
Test Costs: $5.00-$125.00. To defray costs associated with administering and scoring institutional/academic tests (TEC 54.504). Specific
Transfer Fees for Transcripts $10.00. To cover the expenses for providing transcript services (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Transcript Rush Cost:$10.00. To cover the cost of offering an on-demand transcript service (TEC 54.504). Voluntary
Undergraduate Application Fee: $75.00 per application. To cover costs associated with recruiting, processing and keeping undergraduate students (TEC 54.504). Specific.
How much is the tuition for UTA?
The cost is $7,292 for tuition, $7.784 for accommodation and food, $768 for textbooks and other materials, and $1,110 for other costs. Residents outside of Utah pay a total of $35,746. That’s 69.4 per cent more in comparison to Utah residents.
Is UT Arlington affordable?
Its tuition costs are $11,728 for students who live in the state and $29,300 for students who are not from the state. Compared to the average national cost of in-state tuition, which is $11,286, the University of Texas at Arlington is more expensive.
How many credit hours is full-time UTA?
An undergraduate student who enrolls in a long semester (Fall or Spring) for 12 or more semester credit hours.
How much does it cost to live at UTA?
The typical student spent $7,418 for housing and dining out in 2021. The table below outlines the costs expected for the average student at The University of Texas at Arlington for living either on or off campus. It also lists food and other costs.
Does UT Arlington offer free tuition?
In its recently announced Blaze Forward program, The University of Texas at Arlington will make college more affordable by covering the entire cost of cost of tuition and fees that are mandatory for students in the undergraduate program who meet the eligibility requirements and come from families that have an adjusted gross income of up 85,000 to $80,000.
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