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Fund your journey.

Find out how.

No two ways about it—pursuit of a degree is an investment in the future.

Both the quality of the education you’ll receive at The University of Texas at Austin and its comparative cost are important factors to consider when weighing your options. 

That means it’s important to think about things like:

It also means it’s important to pursue scholarships and other financial aid to help offset your cost of attendance—improving your ROI and saving you money.

Go to the Scholarships page.

Scholarships and Fellowships

Scholarships are a great way to offset all or part of the cost of your undergraduate education. Let us help you find them. No longer an undergraduate? You’ll want details about fellowship and student employment opportunities.

Go to the Financial Aid page.

Financial Aid

Grants. Work-Study. Student loans. Even exemptions and waivers. Financial aid takes a number of forms, all of which can help you achieve your goals—but you can’t qualify if you don’t apply.

Go to the Accepting Awards page.

Accepting Awards

You’re admitted and excited. Now, lets get you funded. Find out how to accept scholarships, financial aid and other awards administered by The University of Texas at Austin’s Office of Financial Aid