The tuition rate for the upcoming 2018-19 academic year can be found at Tuition at UT Austin. All mandatory fees are wrapped into this flat-rate tuition amount.
When using the Tuition at UT Austin site:
- Select appropriate residency status
- Select Level: Professional
- Select Program: PharmD
- Adjust the slider for enrollment hours
The tuition for fall 2018/spring 2019 will be $10,563 per semester (for Texas Residents)
The tuition for fall 2018/spring 2019 will be $24,137 per semester (for Nonresidents)
Federal Financial Assistance
We encourage students to pursue various financial avenues to assist in paying for tuition and cost-of-living expenses. For a large population of our student body financial assistance is provided by federal funding by submitting a FAFSA application to the Federal Student Aid Office.
If you apply for financial aid, please do not forget to submit your FAFSA by the priority deadline of March 15th for your anticipated acceptance year.
The Office of Federal Student Aid at the U.S. Department of Education will provide our financial aid office (Office of Student Financial Services) to begin the processing of calculating your financial aid package. The types of financial aid you may be awarded are based on graduate sources and limits.
Pharm.D. students have typically been awarded one or more of the following types of graduate awards:
- University Tuition Grant: up to $1,500.00 annually; all students not guaranteed this grant
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan (standard): up to $20,500.00 annual* maximum
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan (health professions): up to $12,500 annual* maximum
- Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan (cost of attendance minus financial aid)
* The annual loan cycle overs the start of the academic fall semester through the end of summer semester.
UT Austin College of Pharmacy Scholarship
This scholarship is not available to first-year incoming Pharm.D. students. The opportunity to apply for College of Pharmacy scholarships will occur during your first (P1) year. Students who are awarded a College of Pharmacy scholarship will have it applicable to their second (P2) professional year.