University of Texas at Tyler

Tyler, Texas

Team Name: Patriots

Address: 3900 University Blvd., Tyler, TX 75799


Phone: 800-UT-TYLER

Facebook: UTTyler

Twitter: UTTyler

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Undergraduate Enrollment7,185
Acceptance RateN/A
In-State Tuition$313
Out-of-State Tuition$798

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University of Texas at Tyler

Tyler, Texas

THE MISSION OF THE University of Texas at Tyler is to be the region’s primary comprehensive public university and health sciences institution by improving educational and healthcare outcomes for East Texas and beyond. Located on more than two hundred acres, the campus has a park-like setting with Harvey Lake at its center.

UT Tyler offers more than eighty undergraduate and graduate programs to ten thousand students. Its top three bachelor’s degree programs are nursing, mechanical engineering, and biology. UT Tyler also offers doctoral programs in clinical psychology, nursing, nursing practice, pharmacy, education, and human resource development. It also incorporates trips abroad to integrate global content and real-world experiences.

More than 1,700 students live on campus in five residential facilities. The University Center offers multiple dining options, including Chick-fil-A and Subway, as well as a Barnes and Noble university bookstore.Students enjoy outdoor recreational adventures including mountain biking, triathlons, skydiving, sailing, and rock climbing. The Greek system represents a small percentage of UT Tyler’s nearly one hundred student organizations that also include the Hispanic Student Association and Colleges Against Cancer. Student athletes play on seventeen men’s and women’s teams in NCAA Division II.



Acceptance RateN/A
Median composite SAT score1125 (MEAN)
Median ACT score22.9 (MEAN)
Undergraduate Enrollment7,185
Students on Financial Aid71%


In-State Tuition$313
Out-of-State Tuition$798
Room and Board$7,001+


African American Students10%
Asian American Students5%
Hispanic Students25%
International Students3%
Male/Female Ratio39/61


Greek SystemYes
Freshman Living on Campus60%
Freshmen Who Return64.5%
Student/Teacher Ratio19:1
Full-Time Faculty364


Graduation in Four Years27.9%
Graduation Overall43.3%
Alumni Who Give $ to School2.7%