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Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Admission into the undergraduate programs in the School of Architecture is only available in the fall semesters. Students must complete the admissions process before the June 1st deadline. We will accept the first 300 students to have completed their admissions and enrollment (First time enrollment does not occur until orientation). Students should apply through the Office of Admissions and list Architecture or Interior Design as their major of choice; there is not a separate admission process into the School of Architecture.

**Due to the sequencing of our programs, each program takes a minimum of 8 semesters (4 years - fall and spring) to complete, for both new freshmen and transfer students.

Undergraduate Admissions Process

Undergraduate admissions into the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at UT Arlington is for the Fall semester only. All graduate programs admit in the Fall and Spring.

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Financial Aid & Scholarships / Tuition & Fees Information

Financial Aid and Scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships offers a wide variety of scholarships, grants, work, and loan programs to assist with funding the college education of students and families of all income levels. More than 63% of UTA students receive some type of financial assistance. We look forward to assisting you with the financial aid process.

Scholarship opportunities from sources outside of UT Arlington are located in the Private Scholarships page.

At the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, we offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate scholarships to help students fund their educations. These include both need- and merit-based awards.

Tuition and Fees

Expenses for your education at UT Arlington will vary depending on several criteria, such as whether you're a Texas resident, how many credit hours you're taking, whether you receive financial aid, where you live while studying here, which tuition plan you've chosen, and more.

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