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About Tuition, Fees, and Charges

Tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change. Charges will be effective upon the date of enactment and will be reflected in tuition, fees, and charges assessed. Tuition, fees, and charges are authorized by state statute; however, the specific amounts and the determination to increase the fees and charges are made by The University of Texas at Arlington administration and The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

Accelerated online students are responsible for understanding the tuition and fee rates, policies, and requirements unique to this program. Click here for additional details.

Failure to pay tuition, fees, and charges by the session due date constitutes voluntary withdrawal from the term. Payment must be received by the session due date or your registration will be cancelled. If your registration is cancelled for non-payment, you may reregister for classes only if seats are available. Your initial schedule or seat in a particular class will not be held for you. For classes added after the session due date, payment is due by 11:59 p.m. on the same day. If payment is not received your classes may be cancelled.

Registration is considered complete only upon payment of tuition and fees.  Sources for making payment are:

To verify that your registration has been secured, log in to your MyMav account.

Tuition is charged based on course, semester credit hours, and level of study.  Amounts for parking, private instruction, field trips, and distance education, would not be in the amount shown.

Undergraduate students who enrolled under the fall 1999 or subsequent catalogs will be required to pay non-resident tuition rates when they exceed 45 hours more than is required for completion of the degree program for which the student is enrolled. A doctoral student must pay non-resident tuition beginning the first long semester in which a) the student has been enrolled previously as a graduate student for 14 or more long semesters, AND b) the student has accumulated more than 99 semester credit hours of doctoral study. Students exceeding both limits will not be eligible for assistantships supported by state funds.

How Tuition and Fees are Calculated

Tuition and fees are charged based upon individual session. Each session will have one published due date, typically a week before the first class day of the session. Refund percentages for withdrawals and dropped courses will be calculated based on the first class day of each session.


  • Fall Term: Fall Regular, 8 Week I, 8 Week II, 5 Week I, 5 Week II, 5 Week III 
  • Spring Term: Winter Intersession, Spring Regular, 8 Week I, 8 Week II, 5 Week I, 5 Week II, 5 Week III  
  • Summer Term: Summer Intersession, Summer 14-Week, Summer I 11-Week, Summer I 5-Week, and Summer II 5-Week Sessions

Description of Tuition, Fees, and Charges

Tuition, fees, and charges are assessed to students based on enrolled semester credit hours, a set charge per term, or specific services. They are required of all students, charged to everyone taking specific courses or anyone receiving specific services, or charged only for voluntary products or services. For information concerning tuition, fees, and charges visit The University of Texas System. Search for Statutory Authority to view Student Fees and Charges.

Reviewed/Revised: 07/17/2019

Did You Know?

  • There is no Installment Plan for the summer sessions. Tuition must be paid in full by the summer session payment dates. Students can get an enrollment loan at the Student Accounts that will secure their tuition for the full summer term.
  • Students need to be sure they have signed a new Master Promissory Note and/or complete entrance counseling with the U.S. Department of Education if they plan to receive a loan for the 2014-2015 school year. The process can be done at
  • Financial aid is normally posted to student accounts 10 business days before the first day of class. Refunds are within 10 business days after any credit from financial aid appears on the student account.
  • Direct deposit is the safest and most efficient method for students to receive their refunds. This process can be setup by logging onto the student service center.
  • Texas Tomorrow students can setup their accounts to be paid for each long session in the fall and spring by taking their Texas Tomorrow card and student ID to Student Accounts and signing the Texas Tomorrow document. This process will be in place for 4 years.
  • Refund checks are either mailed or sent by direct deposit. Checks are not available for pick up at Student Accounts. Direct deposit is the preferred refund method and can be setup by logging onto the student service center.
  • Federal law requires that students sign a release of information before Student Accounts personnel can discuss a student account with a parent. The document is available in Student Accounts on the first floor of Davis Hall, Room 130.
  • Students who need help finding a job of campus can go to and register in the Snap Job System. New users of the system will have to register and provide information including their 10 digit student account number.
  • The UTA Health Center provides timely and inexpensive healthcare for students and faculty. The Center is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday and 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday during the long terms. Appointments call 817-272-2771.
  • Students can print their own enrollment verification on-line. Log into MyMav and click on the Enrollment Verification Certificate to access the National Student Loan Clearing House (NLSC) website.
  • NCAA athletics are an exciting and inexpensive form of entertainment that is available to all students. From volleyball in the fall, basketball in the winter and softball, baseball and track in the spring, students with a UTA ID can attend all sporting events by just showing their UTA ID.

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