Will you need financial aid to help pay for college? Can you pursue merit-based scholarships to help offset your costs or even earn a full ride?
UT awards $36 million annually in scholarships, including summer term and study abroad programs. We’ll tell you how to estimate your costs, what’s available, how to apply, and how you find out what you receive. You can also find out about the requirements to keep financial aid.
One of the most asked questions when you consider applying for college is how much does it cost? We have the breakdown of everything that makes up your bill for attending UT.
Finding out whether you qualify as an in-state student or an out-of-state student helps determine how much it costs for you to attend UT.
The Registrar’s Office handles your residency classification. For more information, contact a classification officer.
You may be eligible for discounted tuition as a UT student. You can also qualify for a discount or waiver to take courses at UT based on your employment, your family relation to an employee, your military connections, a disability, or your age as a Tennessee resident.
This plan allows qualified students to pay 50 percent of the total term charges, plus a $30 service charge by each term’s due date.
One Stop is where students turn for assistance with financial aid, student accounts, registration, and academic records.