- Affiliated studies registration fee
- Concurrent enrollment
- Duplicate fee receipt
- Field trip fees
- Freshman and transfer orientation program fees
- General deposit
- In absentia fee
- International student health insurance fee
- International insurance administrative fee
- International student support services fee
- Independent student and research registration fee
- Joint and cooperative program fees
- Late registration charge
- Matriculation fee
- Reciprocal Exchange fee
- Reinstatement fee
- Returned Check Fees
Flat rate tuition covers most program and service related costs. The following fees are charged to defray the costs of specific programs and services.
The fee of $600 per semester defrays costs associated with registration, record keeping, and certification for students participating in sanctioned study abroad programs.
When a student registers at two public Texas institutions of higher education at the same time, section 54.011 of the Texas Education Code provides for the following tuition procedure:
- The student must register first at the institution with the lower minimum tuition and pay the full tuition charge.
- Normally, only the hourly rate is paid at the second institution. However, if the minimum amount is less at the first institution, the student must pay the difference in the two minimums to the second institution, but not less than the hourly rate.
Other required and optional fees are billed by each institution at its regularly authorized rates.
The University of Texas at Austin does not charge a minimum tuition. A student who registers first at the University (if the University is the institution with the lower tuition rate) and then at a second public institution must request concurrent enrollment by contacting email@example.com.
A charge of $1 is assessed for a duplicate fee receipt. The charge must be paid to the Bursar's Office when the application for a duplicate receipt is submitted. The application must be submitted by the student whose name appears on the fee receipt.
Students in courses that include a field trip are assessed a fee to defray transportation and related costs of the trip.
A fee of $175 is assessed for all first-time freshmen attending a summer orientation program. A fee of $65 is assessed for new transfer students attending a summer orientation program. Additional room and board charges also apply.
For first-time freshmen and new transfer students enrolling in a summer semester or the spring semester, a fee of $50 is assessed for a one-day orientation program.
A fee of $10 is assessed for every student in the first semester of enrollment to help offset the cost of property loss or damage and nonpayment of any University billing. The deposit, less outstanding charges, is returned on request when the student leaves the University with no intention to return. Applications for refund are available online and in Student Accounts Receivable, MAI 4. A general deposit that remains without request for refund for four years from the date of the student’s last attendance at the University is forfeited to the Student Property Deposit Scholarships.
There is no fee for graduate or undergraduate students with an in absentia registration.
International students holding non-immigrant visas are assessed a fee that reflects the actual cost of the premium for health insurance. The fee varies, matching the premium for approved UT System student insurance plans.
A fee to defray the costs associated with complying with the UT System’s requirement for all enrolled international students to have valid insurance coverage. The fee is based on the insurance coverage type.
A fee of $125.00 per semester is assessed to international students to defray costs associated with orientation, immigration advising and compliance, and support services.
The fee of $600 per semester defrays costs associated with registration, record keeping, and certification for students enrolled in international study and research (ISR).
The University has agreements with several other University of Texas System institutions that allow students to enroll in courses at the other institution. Tuition and required fees for full-time students are normally paid at the degree-granting campus and allocated by that unit to the other institution involved. Graduate students enrolled at the University may apply for admission to another University of Texas System institution through the appropriate dean’s office at that institution. Evidence of support from the University should include the approval of the graduate dean. Programs are available only where formal agreements exist between institutions.
A student who registers late is assessed a charge to defray the cost of the extra services required to effect the late registration. Late registration periods are identified in the Course Schedule. In the fall and spring semesters, the late registration charge is $25 through the fourth class day of a semester, $50 from the fifth through the twelfth class day, and $200 after the twelfth class day. In the summer semester, the late registration charge is $25 through the second class day, $50 from the third through the fourth class day, and $200 after the fourth class day.
The $15 matriculation fee is charged when a student withdraws prior to the first class day and receives a full tuition refund. It is also charged when the student is withdrawn by the University because of a returned check.
The fee of $500 per semester defrays the costs associated with registration, record keeping, and certification for students enrolled in study abroad exchange programs.
A fee of $50 is assessed to defray the cost of correcting student and accounting records after repayment of a check for tuition and fees that was returned.
Returned Check Fees
All returned checks are assessed a service charge of $25. Additional fees may apply.