The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin is a public (four or more years) school located in Austin, TX.

It is classified as Degree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or above school by Carnegie Classification and its highest level of offering is Doctorate Degree. It has a total enrollment of 50,950 and student to faculty ratio is 5.88% (17 to 1).
Next table shows general academic information at The University of Texas at Austin.
General Information
Address110 Inner Campus Drive, Austin, TX 78712
Phone512-471-3434
WEBwww.utexas.edu
Admissionwww.utexas.edu/student/admissions
Financial Aidwww.utexas.edu/student/admissions
Net Price Calculatorwww.collegeportraits.org/TX/UTAustin/
Veterans Tuitioncatalog.utexas.edu/general-information/registration-tuition-and-fees/tuition-and-fees/tuition-waivers/
Athleticwww.utexas.edu/reporting/publications#common-data-set
School TypePublic, Four or more years
For undergraduate school, its 2017 tuition and fees are $10,092 for in-state students and $35,682 for out-of-state students. For graduate school, its 2017 tuition and fees are $11,300 for in-state students and $21,518 for out-of-state students. Total 50,950 students are attending at the school and it has campus housing (i.e. dormitory and residence halls possessed by the school).
Tuition & Fees (2016-2017) | 2017-2018 Estimated Costs
In-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$10,092$35,682
Graduate$11,300$21,518
source: IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education
Tuition & Fees (2016-2017) |Tuition & Fees Estimation (2017-2018)
In-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$10,386$36,717
Graduate$11,678$22,302
The estimation for 2017-2018 tuition costs is based on the cost change rates of last year.
Undergraduate Graduate
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees Estimation
Based On 2016-2017 Tuition ChangeBased On Last 5 years Tuition Change
In-StateOut-of-State
2017-2018$10,386$36,717
$10,403$38,433
2018-2019$10,689$37,782
$10,724$41,396
2019-2020$11,001$38,879
$11,055$44,587
Graduate Tuition & Fees Estimation
Based On 2016-2017 Tuition ChangeBased On Last 5 years Tuition Change
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
2017-2018$11,630$22,142
$11,649$23,177
2018-2019$11,969$22,785
$12,008$24,964
2019-2020$12,318$23,446
$12,378$26,888
Acceptance ratio at The University of Texas at Austin is 40.00% and Graduation rate is 79%. General academic facts at The University of Texas at Austin dipit in next table.
Academics Facts
Accpetance Rate40.00%
Graduation Rate79%
Retention Rate94%(full-time), 80%(part-time)
Student to Faculty Ratio5.88%
The school has online classes (distance learning opportunities) for both undergraduate and graduate programs. It has ROTC programs and offers teacher certification programs which designed to prepare students to meet the requirements for certification as teachers in elementary, middle/junior high, and secondary schools. Next table summarizes the special learning opportunities.
Special Learning Opportunities
Online ClassUnderGraduate, Graduate
ROTCArmy, NAVY, Air Force
Weekend/Evening CollegeNo
Teacher CertificationYes
Study AbroadYes
The University of Texas at Austin provides a number of student services including remedial services, academic/career counseling services, employment services for students, Placement services for completers.
Student Services
Remedial servicesYes
Academic/career counseling serviceYes
Employment services for studentsYes
Placement services for completersYes
On-campus day care for students' childrenYes
Library facilities at institutionHas own library
Next table shows other characteristics of The University of Texas at Austin.
Other Characteristics
Religious AffiliationNot applicable
Historical Black SchoolNo
Tribal SchoolNo
Has HospitalNo
Offer Medical DegreeNo
Board/Meal PlaneNo
Dormitory Capacity8,119
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