Your Tuition @ Work
UT students across the state have benefitted since the Legislature granted tuition-setting authority to public university governing boards in 2003. The System's academic campuses hired more than 370 faculty and additional advisors and graduate assistants. More than 470 courses were also added. By adding these positions, the campuses intend to enhance the personal attention students receive. The new courses offer students more flexible schedules, including early-morning, evening and weekend classes. With these improvements, the academic campuses hope to raise student graduation rates and increase on-time graduation.
Visit the campus "Tuition at Work" websites for additional information on how student tuition dollars are advancing excellence at the institutions.