We're committed to making UT Austin affordable for all students and want to help you find answers to your questions about paying for college. UT Austin assists students in applying for financial aid and awards both university and private scholarships to help students pay for their undergraduate education.
We’re focused on helping to reduce student debt and making a UT Austin education possible for Texans from low- and middle- income families.
College, school and department scholarships
Many UT Austin colleges, schools, and academic departments award their own scholarships to incoming and continuing students. Some have additional application requirements that students must complete to be considered.
Check with the college, school or department that houses the major you’re applying to in order to learn more about the steps you need to take to be considered for these academic scholarships.
Other Scholarship Resources
Find private scholarships not listed in the university’s database online. Proven search tools include:
- A Texas-focused index of scholarships and other financial aid maintained by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation in conjunction with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
- AIE's scholarship database, a listing of more than 15,000 scholarships available to students
- The College Board’s Scholarship Search, a tool used by students across the country