When it comes to paying for your college education, you need options. Good news….We have options. Our goal is to help remove the concern of financing your education, so you can graduate prepared for your bright future with low or no debt.
Stop the runaround! Your first step is to become very familiar with OneStop, UT’s convenient, streamlined, one-stop location for many of the administrative tasks students must do, like learning about costs and seeking financial aid. We recommend you spend some time reviewing all that OneStop has to offer.
As a student in our college, you will pay UT in-state or out-of-state tuition plus an additional fee.
You also will be required to purchase specific computer hardware and software, an investment of about $2,500. All systems must be purchased through VolTech, the UT campus computer store. If you are concerned about this purchase, don’t hesitate to contact the financial aid office at OneStop.
We provide scholarships, assistantships and fellowships and offer work study opportunities to help you meet tuition costs. In fact, in 2016-2017, $5.7 million of financial aid were awarded to 90.3% of our students. We are continually seeking more scholarship funding, too, and in 2017, nearly $200,000 of private scholarship monies were awarded; that’s up from about $135,000 in 2016.
A full list of financial aid options from UT is available at OneStop.
Scholarships and other awards are monitored through the financial aid office at OneStop. Students interested in scholarships that are available through our college have specific deadlines and requirements.
Several graduate assistantship positions are available to our graduate students in the School of Architecture and School of Landscape Architecture. Details coming soon.
Federal Work Study is a need-based program that allows eligible undergraduate, graduate and professional students to earn part of their educational expenses by working part time on campus. Watch for details!