Information for Graduate Students
Costs and Finances
Investing In Your Future
UT Arlington’s tuition and fees are among the lowest in the country. In addition, the University offers a variety of funding options for graduate students, both need- and merit-based. These include fellowships, assistantships, work-study opportunities, grants, and loans.
The overall cost of living in Arlington, including housing, food, utilities, and health care, is well below the national average. Texas also lacks state income tax, which benefits those who hold some form of scholarship aid and those who secure full or part-time employment.
GRAD STUDENT STORIES
Lucas Lothamer, MA (Political Science)
“I have grown intellectually at UTA and have started to find my own voice within my field of study. The professors are engaging, there are many research opportunities, and you get to work with students who share similar long-term interests.”