Financial Aid and Scholarships

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Realize your dream.

“I get to combine my passions as a Theatre teacher and I get to share my love and joy with every student I meet. What could be better than that?” Claire Stephen, B.F.A.Theatre Studies 2017

Pursuing a degree and certification is an investment in your future.

In addition to being a “best college value,” The University of Texas at Austin provides extensive on-campus opportunities—and real-world connections—that add value to your degree.

Your journey starts here.

Scholarships and other financial aid help offset your cost of attendance—improving your ROI and saving Photo of Rehearsal at Edinburg North Highyou money.

Check out resources that include detailed information on the cost of attendance, financial aid and services to assist the majority of students pursuing teacher certification in graduating on time from The University of Texas at Austin.


Most of the College of Fine Arts awards and scholarships are merit-based and dependent on full-time enrollment as well as excellent artistic and academic achievement. Recipients are chosen via a scholarship committee established in each academic unit. Information is available through the specific departments.

UTeach Art

Department of Art and Art History

UTeach Dance

Department of Theatre and Dance

 UTeach Music

The Sarah & Ernest Butler School of Music

UTeach Theatre

Department of Theatre and Dance


Interested in Student Teaching anywhere in the state or especially in a Title I school? The college created the Fine Arts Student Teaching Travel Grants (FASTT) with the support of generous donors to enable students to complete their student teaching requirements in diverse settings. Ask an advisor for an application.