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Tuition & Fees

Residents of the state of Tennessee and states within the Academic Common Market (ACM) pay in-state maintenance fees. Starting Fall 2018, Nonresidents of Tennessee and those outside the ACM taking online classes pay only a $75 higher maintenance and tuition fee per credit hour. 

Download the most recent Schedule of Tuition and Fees (effective Fall 2018, PDF) for more information. If this regards tuition rates before Fall 2018, see our Schedule of Tuition and Fees put into effect Fall 2017. 

Academic Common Market

An agreement among southern states for sharing graduate programs allows legal residents of some states to enroll in certain programs at UT on an in-state tuition basis. Through the Academic Common Market, the M.S. program is available to residents of the states of Arkansas, Delaware, Virginia, and West Virginia. For more information, contact Norma Harrington at (865) 974–3251.

Notes:
  • Distance education students do not pay Program & Services, Facilities, or Transportation fees unless they are enrolled in an on campus course.
  • Students are required to enroll according to their status in SIS. If an online course has two sections, campus students must register for the section designated for campus and distance education students must register for the section designated for DE. Campus students enrolled part-time for a given semester may be charged additional fees based on the number of hours enrolled. 
  • Fees for part-time students are pro-rated and calculated based on the number of credit hours enrolled. 

Student
Status

Tuition

Prog. & Serv. Fee

Facilities, Transport., & Tech Fee

Library Fee

Health Fee

D.E. Fee

Campus
Full-time

X

X

X

X

X

Campus
Part-time

X

X

X

X

Distance
Education

X

 

X

 

X

Maintenance fees (required by all students) are the in-state portion of tuition and serves as an enrollment or registration fee.  

Tuition for Fall 2018 & Beyond
Download Tuition and Fees PDF
Tuition for Summer 2018 & Prior
Download Tuition and Fees PDF
Programs & Services Fee

This fee is used to pay for costs related to several UTK facilities including the Aquatics Center and the University Center as well as Student Health Services, student activities and publications, and the Student Government Association. Payment of the fee is required to be eligible to purchase student athletic tickets. Some programs and services are available only to students paying the full-time fee and others are available to all students.  To see the current fee schedule, please click on the link provided above.

Technology Fee

Revenues from this fee provide improved technical resources and services and will be administered by the Division of Information Infrastructure (DII). 

Distance Education Fee

The fee replaces the technology fee for distance students. Students registered for DE section numbers will pay the current fees outlined in the fee schedule linked above instead of the technology fee paid by on-campus students.

For more information about tuition and other fees, visit the UT One Stop Office.