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UT Austin Tuition Ranks 7th Compared to Other Texas Public Universities

 

 

One of the Best Values in Higher Education

UT Austin tuition ranks 6th compared to other Texas public universities, and is annually recognized as one of the best values in higher education by national publications that evaluate academic quality and cost.


How We Stack Up Nationally

Academic costs for residents (among peer institutions), 2016-17

Institution Total
University of California-Berkeley $19,099
Pennsylvania State University-University Park $16,952
University of California-San Diego $15,014
Michigan State University $14,880
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor $14,402
University of California-Los Angeles $14,351
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities $12,546
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign $12,036
University of Washington $10,753
University of Wisconsin-Madison $10,488
Indiana University-Bloomington $10,388
University of Texas at Austin $10,136*
Ohio State University-Main Campus $10,037
Purdue University $10,002
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $8,834

*Note: The University of Texas at Austin undergraduate rates are based on figures as reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and represent the average academic year cost for all resident, undergraduate students taking 30 credit hours per academic year.

Institution Total
University of California-Berkeley $21,975
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor $21,794
Pennsylvania State University-University Park $19,964
University of California-San Diego $18,994
University of California-Los Angeles $18,753
University of Washington $16,266
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities $16,240
Michigan State University $12,576
Ohio State University-Main Campus $12,424
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign $12,266
University of Wisconsin-Madison $11,942
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $11,606
University of Texas at Austin $11,300
Purdue University $10,002
Indiana University-Bloomington $9,996