Tuition and Fees
Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid. A
late registration fee of $100 is assessed to students paying tuition and fees after the published first class day. To avoid the late registration fee, students
must pay or arrange for installments prior to the published first class day for the term.
Students who enroll in classes and do not pay tuition and fees prior to the published
census date of the term will be dropped from classes and
withdrawn from the university.
Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by action
of the Texas Legislature, UT System Board of Regents, or the university.
Tuition and fee changes become effective when enacted. Specific fee information can
be found in the UT Health Science Center Catalog.
Tuition & Fees 2012-2013
School of Medicine
Deaf Education and Hearing Sciences
International Dentist Education Program
Endodontics (Master of Science)
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
School of Nursing
Clinical Laboratory Sciences (Graduate)
Clinical Laboratory Sciences (Undergraduate)
Dental Hygiene (Undergraduate)
Dental Hygiene (Undergraduate Online)
Dental Hygiene (Graduate Online)
Emergency Health Sciences (EMT Basic or EMT Paramedic)
Emergency Health Sciences (Undergrad Online)
Dietetics and Nutrition
Physician Assistant Studies
Payment of tuition and fees in installments is an option for students. The following alternatives are
Medical and Dental Students
50% 1 week after the midpoint of the academic year
25% 8 weeks later
|25% 1 week after the midpoint of the year
|25% 30 days after the 3rd installment
Graduate and Undergraduate Students
(1) one-half payment of tuition and fees in advance of the beginning of the semester (registration)
(2) one-fourth payments prior to the sixth and eleventh class weeks.
A fee of $15 will be assessed for handling of installment
payments of tuition and fees, and a $10 fee will be assessed for each late
Late payments will result, at the university’s option, in one or
more of the following actions:
- the student’s barring from class until payment is made;
- withholding of credit if payment is not made by the end of the semester, with the university
adjusting records to reflect the student’s failure to have properly enrolled
for that semester;
- bar against readmission and withholding of grades, degree and official transcript; or
- other remedies authorized by law.
Office of the Bursar Installment Due Dates