UT Permian Basin is one of the most affordable public universities in Texas. And because UT Permian Basin is part of the prestigious University of Texas System, students will receive the best possible education. The average cost for an undergraduate student to attend UTPB full time (12 hours) is about $2,624.86. The average cost for an out-of-state undergraduate student to attend UTPB full time (12 hours) is about $6,968.86.
What does my tuition pay for?
Student tuition helps universities do many things. At UT Permian Basin, tuition has helped provide excellence. Tuition dollars have helped UTPB offer more degree programs and achieve national and international recognition. The School of Business is ranked in the top third of U.S. business schools, and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - International has bestowed accreditation – making us one of the best business schools in the world. School of Education programs have received national recognition and our students have a 99 percent pass rate for State Board of Education Certification tests. Our social work program has been accepted into candidacy for accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
Tuition has also allowed UT Permian Basin to recruit and retain quality faculty. Our faculty comes from across the country and the world, and they are expert researchers and leaders in their fields of study.
Fall 2014, Spring 2015, and Summer 2015 Tuition & Fee Rates
published; updated information may be obtained from the Office of Accounting.
Can UTPB help me pay for college?
Yes! Financial assistance is available to students who qualify. Each year, we give out approximately $15 million to students in financial aid. To find out more about the UTPB Cash for College tuition rebate program and We Got U COVERED program, visit the Office of Financial Aid, or call (432)552-2620.
Don't forget to check out the Texas College Money site, designed to provide Texas high school juniors and their families with a realistic estimate of the financial aid they can expect to receive if they are admitted and enroll at any University of Texas System campus.
ADDS, DROPS & WITHDRAWALS
Once a student is registered, any changes to the student’s schedule must be made in writing at the Registrar's Office. See the University Calendar in this schedule for specific deadlines. These actions become effective the date the written request, signed by the instructor, is received by the Registrar's Office. Graduate students must clear all adds through the Graduate Studies Office. Payment for added courses is due within 24 hours of adding the course. For refund deadlines and rates see the Refund Policy below.
All drop or withdrawal actions must be initiated in writing by the student through the Registrar's Office. The student alone is allowed to initiate this action. A drop is different from a withdrawal (see below explanation). Please read the definitions of each below. Refunds will be processed after the 12th class day.
A Drop is defined as dropping one or more courses while remaining enrolled in other courses. A 100% refund is given for those hours dropped during late registration. A Withdrawal is defined as dropping ALL courses. Drops and withdrawals become effective the date the written request, with all required signatures, is received by the Registrar's Office. Click here for the schedule for withdrawal/drop refunds.