|In-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted)||$10,824 PER YR.*|
|Out-of-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted)||$38,326 PER YR.*|
|Yearly Room and Board||$7,001+|
|% of Students on Financial Aid||38.7|
|Median SAT/ACT||1240-1470/27-33 (Scores for middle 50% of admitted students)|
|% of African American Students||5.1|
|% of Asian American Students||22.8|
|% of Hispanic Students||24.4|
|% of International Students||5.2|
|Number of Full-time Faculty||2,472|
|% of Male/% of Female Students||45.5/54.5|
|% of Freshmen Who Live on Campus||63.2|
|% of Students Who Graduate in Four Years||69.8|
|% of Students Who Graduate Overall||85.6|
|% of Freshmen Who Return||95.7|
|% Of Alumni Who Give $$$ to School||9.5|
* Tuition based on 15-hour semester
University of Texas at Austin
Address:One University Station, Austin, TX 78712
Points of Distinction
- The University of Texas at Austin ranks among the forty best universities in the world, according to U.S. News & World Report.
- As of fall 2020, a new financial-aid commitment will offer aid to cover the full cost of tuition and fees for students whose families make up to $65,000 (adjusted gross) and will provide some aid based on need for those from families earning up to $125,000 (adjusted gross).
- Texas is a leader in the fields of energy, computer science, entrepreneurship, and national security, and its graduate programs in accounting, petroleum engineering, geology, Latin American history, and sociology of population rank no. one in the U.S. UT is among the top producers of doctoral degrees in the nation, and its faculty and alumni include Nobel laureates.
FOUNDED BY THE STATE in 1883, The University of Texas at Austin (UT) offers top national programs across eighteen colleges and schools in the sciences, arts, humanities, and professions. It is the flagship university of the statewide University of Texas System.
In 2016, Texas became the first major research university in fifty years to build a new medical school when the Dell Medical School welcomed its first class. A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities since 1929, UT attracts more than $650 million annually for research. Through a succession of large grants from the National Science Foundation, UT has built a series of the fastest supercomputers for open research in the world.
In addition to its 431-acre main campus near downtown Austin, UT extends to the J.J. Pickle Research Campus in north Austin, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in south Austin, the McDonald Observatory in West Texas, the Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas, and several cultural and historic sites across the state.
The university’s holdings comprise more than 170 million objects including a Gutenberg Bible and other rare books, manuscripts, photographs, artworks, and artifacts from natural history to pop culture that reside in four museums and seventeen libraries. The Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library was the first presidential library to be located on a college campus.
UT student-athletes, now competing in the Big XII Conference, have won more than fifty national championships and 130 Olympic medals, and the Texas Longhorn football team plays in the eighth-largest stadium in America, the 100,000-seat Darrell K. Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium.
Texas alumni include founders or co-founders of Dell Computers, American Airlines, Dreamworks, 7-Eleven, National Instruments, Carmax, Clear Channel Communications, and La Quinta. Well-known alumni include Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Durant, Laura Bush, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Marcia Gay Harden, Robert Rodriguez, Wes Anderson, Farrah Fawcett, Bill Moyers, and Walter Cronkite.