Tuition and Fees
Other Fees And Charges
Add Fee $5
A $5 fee will be charged for each course added after the first week of classes.
Audit Fee $50 per course
Those students enrolled as auditors will be charged an audit fee of $50.00 per course. Audit fees are nonrefundable.
Bill and/or Course Schedule Reprints $5
This fee is used to defray costs of labor and materials.
Co-Operative Education Student Work Fee $100
This fee assessed to defray expenses for administrative processing for placement of students in field settings for Computer Science and Engineering.
This fee is assessed to defray costs of materials, equipment, technical assistance, and clerical wages directly associated with classroom activity. Course fees will be refunded on same schedule as tuition. Specific fee amount is listed with the course description.
Baccalaureate and Master's degrees $10
These fees are payable at the University Cashiers' Office and are nonrefundable. After this time, another fee will be assessed for reapplication. This fee covers the cost of the diploma. This fee does not provide commencement regalia. Separate arrangements may be made through the University Bookstore. NOTE: Two summer terms are considered equivalent to one long semester.
Replacement Diploma Fee $25
Students who desire a new copy of their diploma are required to pay the $25 replacement diploma fee. The new diploma will be inscribed with the word ÒreissueÓ. Students should pay the fee in the Cashier's Office and bring the receipt to the Registrar's Office. Replacement diplomas are typically mailed in 4-6 weeks.
Drop Fee $5
A $5 fee will be charged for each course dropped after the first week of classes, except when the change is considered the fault of the university.
Educational Administration Internship Fee $60
Nonrefundable, one-time fee to help defray costs associated with the internship.
Field Experience And Student Teaching Fee $100
This is a one-time, nonrefundable fee to defray costs of speech and hearing tests, supervisory travel, maintenance and operation costs, and wages associated with the School of Education and Psychology's field experience and student teaching program.
Financial Aid Collection Fee $25
To cover the cost of collecting delinquent Title IV financial aid refunds due to the institution as a result of students withdrawing from courses for which financial aid was disbursed.
Installment Tuition Fees
Installment fee $25-$45 depending on the installment plan you choose/academic term
Delinquency fee $25 for each delinquent payment
Internship In Student Teaching $1,600
Individual Coaching Or Instructional Fee $50 to $75
Students enrolled in art, drama, speech, or music, where individual coaching or instruction is the usual method of instruction, shall pay a fee in addition to the regular tuition as follows:
|Semester Credit Hours||Regular Semester||Summer Term|
International Students Mandatory
Health Insurance Coverage
International students holding non-immigrant visas are required to maintain approved comprehensive health insurance or coverage while enrolled at UT Tyler. A health insurance fee will be assessed at the time of enrollment. The health insurance fee will be in the amount of the premium approved for the UT System Student Health Insurance Plan for the actual cost of the insurance and may not be paid through university funded short-term loan or installment plan. This policy applies unless the student provides evidence of coverage under an alternative plan as approved by the UT Board of Regents prior to enrollment.
International Application Fee $50
A nonrefundable application fee of U.S. $50.00, payable by cashier's check or money order, is required of all international students applying for admission to UT Tyler.
Late Registration Fee $25
Those students registering after the last day of regular registration will be assessed a late fee of $25.
|General Overdue Charges||$0.25/day|
|Overdue Reserve Items||$1.00/day|
|Overdue Interlibrary Loans||$2.00/day|
|Lost Materials & Equipment||Replacement Cost + $25|
All full- and part-time students, faculty and staff who operate a motor vehicle on property or streets owned or controlled by the university are required to register each vehicle with the University Police Department. A registration permit must be affixed to each vehicle in accordance with the Traffic, Parking and Safety Regulations of the university. All vehicles that park on the campus premises must have current inspection stickers.
Motor vehicles will be registered with a single payment for the academic year (September 1 through August 31) or for the balance of the year registered, whichever is applicable. A valid junior college parking sticker will be honored if the parking sticker is displayed on the vehicle. The following fees will be charged at the initial period of registration:
Parking Permit costs
|Full Year (9/1 – 8/31); Fall and/or Spring Semesters||$48|
|Summer I and Long Summer Session||$20|
|Summer II (July & August)||$10|
Additional vehicles may be registered at the University Police Department in the Physical Plant Building, room 121 at no additional charge. In order to register a vehicle, a driver's license and motor vehicle license number must be provided.
Post Census Registration Fee $250
Those students registering after the census day will be assessed a post census registration fee of $250.
Replacement Id Or Badge Fee $25
This fee is used to defray costs of labor and materials.
Returned Check Collection Charge $25
If a check is returned from the bank unpaid for any reason, the student will be assessed a collection fee of $25.00 for each check returned. The student must pay the full amount of the returned check plus the $25.00 fee immediately in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or credit card. In the event of nonpayment of a returned check, one or more of the following actions may be taken: (a) a bar against readmission for the student, (b) withholding the student’s grades and official transcript, (c) withholding a degree to which the student otherwise would be entitled; (d) all other penalties and actions authorized by law. In addition, the check may be turned over to the District Attorney of Smith County, Texas for prosecution.
The University will not accept a check from a student:
- who wrote a bad check to pay off a previous debt owed to the University
- who after writing a bad check was not responsive to requests for payments
- who habitually writes bad checks, even though restitution is made promptly.
Sickness and accident insurance is available to all UT Tyler students and their dependents on a voluntary basis and offers students an opportunity to purchase coverage. Additional information regarding the student insurance program may be obtained from the Student Services Office.
Student Nursing Liability Insurance $5-15
To cover liability insurance costs for students in clinical practicum in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. (Based upon semester enrollment to be paid annually.)
Test Fee $15
To defray costs associated with administering and scoring Miller Analogy Test.
Textbooks And Supplies
It is a responsibility of each student to provide his/her own textbooks and supplies. The University Bookstore, located in the University Center, is the primary source of these materials as well as other merchandise related to the academic community. Books, supplies, ancillary and gift items are now available for purchase via the world wide web at www.uttylerbookstore.com. A shipping fee of $5.00 will be added to all orders requesting delivery.
Refunds: When a student finds it necessary to return a book to the University Bookstore for refund, the cash register receipt for the original purchase must be presented. Refunds are available for a limited time from date of purchase. Check with bookstore for exact limits.
Textbook buybacks: As a service to students, the bookstore will purchase selected, used, current edition textbooks provided they are in good condition. Prices for individual textbooks are based on present stock level, projected use and/or used textbook catalogs maintained by the bookstore.
Note: Student identification cards are required when selling books; driver's license ID required when purchasing by check in the University Bookstore. Personal checks may be cashed in the University Bookstore (limit $15 per day per student).
Transcript Fee $5
The fee is used to defray cost of providing non-UT Tyler transcripts and those UT Tyler transcripts in excess of the fifty provided by the Records Fee.