Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition, Charges and Fees
Tuition charges at Texas state universities are established by state law. The Texas 78th Texas Legislature (2003) allowed the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System to set designated tuition rates. The Texas Legislature does not set the specific amount for any particular student fee. Student fees assessed are authorized by state statute; however, the specific fee amounts and the determination to increase fees are made by the University administration and The University of Texas System Board of Regents. Other expenses at The University of Texas at Tyler are fixed within statutory limitations by the Board of Regents. The cost to attend UT Tyler varies with the individual student. The university reserves the right to change tuition and fees in keeping with acts of the Texas Legislature and/or policies of the Board of Regents.
2023 – 2024 Estimated Cost of Attendance
Resident Living with Family
Resident Living Not with Family
|Non-Resident Living with Family||
Non-Resident Living Not with Family
|Tuition & Fees||$22,382||$22,382||$38,322||$38,322|
|Room & Board||$7,140||$14,280||$7,140||$14,280|
|Books & Supplies||$2,488||$2,488||$2,488||$2,488|
|Federal Loan Fee||$300||$300||$300||$300|
2023 – 2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
How to submit:
Submit your FAFSA online at https://studentaid.gov/.
Enter UT Tyler School Code: 01116300
The Office of Financial Aid can confirm receipt of your FAFSA within 72 hours.
How to apply:
A FAFSA must be on file to become eligible for internal scholarships. Follow these instructions to submit your general scholarship application. (NOTE: you must have a patriots email account to access this portal.) Awards will be determined by the Scholarship Committee and listed on your Award Letter.
Office of Financial Aid
Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships
School of Medicine, Office of Admissions
Gisele Armond Abron, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Admissions