Numbers based on first time in college students (Source: UT System seekUT)
The University of Texas at Dallas combines the benefits of a small university with the intellectual rigor and opportunities of a major research university.
For students interested in joining our academic community, cost should not be a barrier to reaching their goal.
Each year, UT Dallas offers Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) to qualified incoming freshmen.
All applicants who are admitted to UT Dallas by March 1 are automatically reviewed for an AES award. To guarantee an admission decision prior to the March 1 deadline, applicants should submit a completed application for admission with all required materials prior to February 1.
UT Dallas offers multiple scholarship opportunities to qualified transfer students, including the Comet Transfer Scholarship and Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship.
Transfer Scholarship Highlights:
Other financial aid opportunities include grants, loans and work-study. In order to determine eligibility and take advantage of maximum funding availability, students should complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1.
A current listing of scholarships is available on the financial aid website.
Student veterans can learn more about financial aid, scholarships and other educational benefits on the Veteran’s Affairs website.
That translates into opportunity and practical knowledge about how to be a leader and a team player.
Learn more about student outcomes, including the careers and continued education of UT Dallas graduates. Students and families are also encouraged to visit seekUT, a comprehensive online tool that compiles information from all UT System schools by degree major, including first- and fifth-year median earnings, average student loan debt for graduates and descriptions of the degree majors.
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