The University of Texas at Arlington offers a variety of ways to help pay expenses through federal and state financial aid programs such as work-study, grants, and loans.
To apply, you must submit a Federal Application for Federal Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) before the deadline.
International Students who are not eligible for federal assistance may apply for a Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG). Funding for the program is limited; applications for the grant for each academic year are available in the Financial Aid Office. International Students should visit UT Arlington's International Office for more information.
For more information about financial assistance and available grants and scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students, visit the Office of Financial Aid.
The University of Texas at Arlington provides a variety of scholarships and fellowships for students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement. Scholarships and fellowships are typically awarded on the basis of scholastic excellence and adequate preparation for graduate study.
Graduate Research Assistantship/Graduate Teaching Assistantship
The department offers a limited number of graduate teaching and research assistantships. These positions are offered to students with a good academic background and very good GRE verbal and quantitative scores. Contact your advisor for more information and the availability of assistantships. Read the Graduate Catalog to find out more about the GRA/GTA policy.
Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantship and Doctoral Teaching Fellowships
- Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantship and Doctoral Teaching Fellowship packages are available on a competitive basis to students beginning their first semester of study in UT Arlington doctoral or doctoral-bound programs. These packages provide tuition coverage and a competitive assistantship stipend for up to five years. For students in STEM programs, this support may consist of some combination of Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantships (EGTAs) with full tuition fellowships, graduate teaching assistantships with STEM tuition fellowships, or grant-funded research assistantships with STEM tuition fellowships. Requirements include a 50% graduate assistantship, full-time enrollment, and unconditional admission. Interested students should contact Dr. Imrhan for more information.