Your Money

Here are answers to your most asked financial questions, whether you’re preparing to begin your studies at UT or coming back for your next term.

Apply for Financial Aid

Your first step to apply for grants, federal work study, need-based scholarships (including HOPE), and student loans is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The priority deadline is February 15.

Go to the FAFSA

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial Aid

Get a breakdown of the types of financial aid that are available.


Learn about available scholarships, how to apply, and how you receive awards.

Tuition and Fees

Find out how UT sets tuition and fees and how to check your total.

Pay Your Tuition and Fees

Learn to access your student account, enable third party payments, and how UT uses special billing

Due Dates and Deadlines

Get the financial dates and deadlines you need to know in our Calendars section.

Cost Estimates

Use our calculators and budget estimates to determine your expenses, plus learn what affects your costs.

Excess Financial Aid and Refunds

Here’s how to set up a designated account to receive your excess financial aid or a refund from UT.

Tax Information

Learn how UT and the IRS handle your tax forms.

Paying for Campus Services

Learn how to use your student ID VolCard to pay for such services as dining, vending, and parking.

Drop/Withdrawal Fees

Find out the schedule of fees if you drop classes, or withdraw from the university.

Final/Late Registration Fees

Find out the schedule of fees if you register late for classes.

Discounts and Waivers

Find out the schedule of fees if you register late for classes.