Non-resident International Student UTA Grant

The Non-resident International UTA Grant is a need based grant intended to help international students who are paying the non-resident rate of tuition at UTA cover their educational costs.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Must be an international student enrolled in at least full-time undergraduate credit hours or graduate credit hours. Full-time for undergraduate students is 12 or more hours and full-time for graduate students is 9 or more hours.
  • Must be charged the non-resident tuition rate. Students receiving a non-resident tuition waiver are not eligible to apply.
  • Undergraduate students: 24+ completed hours at UTA and a 2.5 cumulative UTA GPA.
  • Graduate Students:18+ completed hours at UTA and a 3.0 cumulative UTA GPA.
  • Students receiving teaching or research assistantships are not eligible for this award.

Please note that this is a need based grant, not a competitive scholarship that is offered through Financial Aid. If you have questions, please contact Financial Aid by email or call 817-272-3561. Due to high volume, you may not receive an immediate response. We are working to respond as quickly as possible. Please leave a callback number, if you are unable to get through by phone, and you will receive a callback.

All selections will not be announced until the end of September.

Financial Aid/Scholarships
Supplemental Questions
  1. Applicant's citizenship?
  2. Country?
  3. Expected hours of enrollment for fall 2024?
  4. Expected hours of enrollment for spring 2025?
  5. Expected date of graduation (Term/Year)?
  6. Estimated income from September 1, 2024 - May 31, 2025
    • Earnings from Employment
    • Family Support
    • Other Income (Name Source)
    • Personal Funds (Cash, Savings, Etc.)
    • Private Loans (Name Source or enter "none")
    • Scholarship (enter amount for fall and spring and Name Source(s))
    • Total Resources (Must be at least $14,000 to be considered)
  7. I certify that the information on this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that I may be required to provide additional financial information (e.g., bank statements) at the time of application review. It is my responsibility to inform the Financial Aid Office (FAO) of any changes to my application, and notify FAO if I receive a Non-Resident Tuition Waiver anytime during the academic year.
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