Undergraduate Tuition and Support
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Annual Flat-Rate Tuition for Full-Time Students in the College of Fine Arts
Non-Residents of Texas
Additional Financial Information
Scholarships and Financial Support
Department Scholarships for Incoming Freshman and Transfer Students
Scholarships for incoming freshmen from the Department of Art and Art History are competitive awards based on the review of applicants' portfolio, essay and resume. All applicants are candidates for scholarship; no additional application is required. The department's admissions committee awards merit-based scholarships that typically range from $500–$5,000 per year, a limited number of out-of-state waivers and matching community awards, such as the O'Donnell Foundation award for AP Arts. The committee also nominates candidates for the Texas Exes 40 Acres Scholars Program. Scholarship recipients are notified in late-February (Freshman) or May (Transfer). Students who complete the FAFSA by March 15 will also be considered for need-based awards, grants and loans from the Office of Student Financial Services (UT FAFSA Code: 003658).
UT Scholarships / Financial Aid
Information about University-wide scholarships (scholarships that are not specifically for students in Art and Art History) and other types of financial assistance is available from the following websites:
Continuing Student Awards
The department awards competitive scholarships based on performance in coursework and personal artistic growth, excellent citizenship in the department and strong academic standing. Annual competetive scholarships are also available to fund travel and tuition expenses for summer study programs such as Ox-Bow and the department's Learning Tuscany program. For more information about these opportunities, contact advising or your academic area head.