Tuition - Investing In You
It’s important for us to deliver a high quality education for a price you can afford. Dollar for dollar, UAHuntsville is a great value–especially when you consider the return on your investment: internships, co-ops and research experiences that lead to full-time jobs in your career field of choice.
More than 2/3 of our students receive financial assistance of some kind. To increase your chances for aid, apply for admission early and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by March 1.
Last year UAHuntsville shared more than $43 million in financial aid and scholarships with students just like you. We offer a variety of endowed and competitive scholarships, merit-based scholarships and scholarships based on other talents and criteria. Priority application deadline for endowed scholarships is December 1: priority deadline for transfer scholarships is March 1. To be eligible for scholarships, you must first apply for admission.
2012-2013 Tuition for Residents
**This includes residents of Alabama and select counties in Tennessee (Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Giles, Lawrence, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore and Marion).
|Tuition for Residents**||$ 8,794
|Books & Supplies||
2012-2013 Tuition for Non-Residents
*For 2012-2013, based on a full academic year with up to 15 hours per semester for two academic semesters. Figures represent costs for students who live in a traditional residence hall with a dining plan. Fees may be higher for certain majors. Costs are determined by the Board of Trustees, University of Alabama System, and are subject to change.
|Tuition for Non-Residents||$21,108|
|Books & Supplies||1,592|
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