Graduate Tuition

Find information about tuition rates, dual degree programs, payment options, and more.

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Dual Degree Programs

Tuition information for students enrolled in dual graduate degree programs can be found below:

Financial Resources

Tuition Reduction Benefit

Students employed as teaching assistants (TAs), assistant instructors (AIs), and graduate research assistants (GRAs) are eligible for a tax-exempt Tuition Reduction Benefit.

Resident Tuition Entitlement

Students who are not residents of Texas when they begin graduate study are subject to nonresident tuition rates, but under certain circumstances some may qualify for resident tuition.

Other Information

IRS Educational Tax Credits and Deductions

IRS tax benefits may be available for higher education expenses. The IRS Form 1098-T is issued to students with qualified tuition and fee expenses paid in the previous calendar year.

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Tuition Exemptions, Waivers, and Third-Party Billing

Information about various tuition exemptions, waivers, and third-party billing arrangements.

Loan Information

Information regarding different types of loans, where you can find your loan information, and important contact information.