Financial aid is available to those who qualify. At UAT, like at all accredited institutions of higher education, students must apply for financial aid each year. Changes in family income, family size, and the number of family members in college are just a few of the drivers that affect the amount of aid students receive. Financial aid can be complex and daunting when you first start to look at your options. UAT’s financial aid staff will always work hard to simplify it for students and their families and help guide you through the path to a superior technology education that will pay dividends to you for a lifetime.
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Monthly payments are due on the first of each month. Semesterly and full payments are due on day one of the lease term. For detailed payment options, please refer to the Lease Agreement.
Students sign a one-year lease, which includes coverage over university breaks and all three academic terms. Please refer to the UAT License Agreement for information about our Cancellation Policy. You can speak with your New Student Advisor for additional information, terms and conditions.
Pricing per semester (Effective September 2016):
Pricing per individual meals (for those without a meal plan):
UAT First Year Resident students living in Founder’s Hall will be required to subscribe to at least one of the above meal plans.
Commuter meal plans are available to students who are not living in Founder’s Hall, but would like to eat in the UAT Cafe when they are on campus. The commuter plans are offered at the following levels:
The non-refundable seat deposit for US Residents is $250 to accompany the enrollment agreement for graduate and undergraduate programs.
The processing fee for non-US Residents is $250 to accompany the enrollment agreement for the graduate and undergraduate programs.
The transfer credit fee is $100.
The Synchronic Resource program at UAT provides students and faculty with the learning resources they need to succeed and innovate. This multifaceted program provides students with learning materials, stocks labs with materials, supplies other consumable resources for instructor teaching and student learning, and provides hardware and software. All students pay a flat fee per term to support their resources. As part of the Synchronic Resource program, required textbooks are provided to students and instructors in either a physical or digital format. UAT has
several labs and studios that are stocked with equipment for student and faculty use. These labs support effective teaching and learning by providing a space where applied problem solving skills can be developed and enhanced in an active learning setting. The Synchronic Resource program provides students with materials used in these spaces, such as robotics parts, art supplies and raw material for product prototypes. In addition to the consumables for the lab spaces, UAT provides students with study support consumables such as writing supplies, print services, DVD creation and 3D print materials.
A list of UAT TextBooks for the current semester are located here.
Parking Permit Fees (per semester):