The above costs reflect the estimated tuition and fees for all required credit hours, based on the most common program sequences, taken over the course of four semesters (full-time) or six semesters (part-time). Program cost may vary depending on program sequencing.
Tuition rates may change without notice. This information comes from the University of Utah’s Income Accounting and Student Loan Services, which has the most current information.
There are many student loan programs available to help finance graduate education. Loan programs of particular interest to graduate students are:
- Federal Direct Loans
- Direct Graduate PLUS Loans
- Private Education Loans
Applicants can apply for most loans through the University of Utah Financial Aid and Scholarships Office.
To begin the process of applying for federal assistance, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Additional Financial Aid Resources
- FinAid offers detailed financial aid information
- FastWeb allows students to efficiently search scholarships
Applicants requiring a visa to attend school in the U.S. unfortunately are not eligible for U.S. federal financial aid. To fund their education, many international students take education loans from their home country or have family members financially support them during their studies.
Additionally, we offer scholarships for international students to cover most of the non-resident portion of tuition.
Resources for Veterans
The University of Utah’s Veterans Support Center provides many resources to veterans and can answer questions about veteran financial assistance, including VA Benefits.