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Fee Information

Important information and dates related to charges and fees for individual colleges within the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. For specific questions or concerns, please contact us at cashier@uthsc.edu.

Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2018:

Tuition and Fees Effective Summer 2018:
(Tuition and Fees are shown for one term only)

Important Deadlines to Remember: Spring Semester 2019


Fee Payment Dates Fee Payments are due January 2, 2019
Late Registration fee $100 assessed Late Registration fee January 3, 2019
Re-enrollment fee $500 assessed Re-enrollment assessed January 22, 2019

 Late fees can only be waived by the Office of Finance and Operations. You may contact the One Stop Shop at 901.448.7703, access their website, or email onestop@uthsc.edu for assistance.
The Re-Enrollment fee will not be waived.

Several discounts and waivers are available through UTHSC and the State of Tennessee.

UTHSC’s Regional Tuition Rate Program provides a seventy five percent (75%) discount on out-of-state tuition for eligible students in Arkansas and Mississippi residing within fifty (50) miles of Memphis. The discount applies to students in the Colleges of Nursing and in certain programs in Health Professions (Master of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science, Master of Cytopathology Practice, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy, Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science and Master of Occupational Therapy).

The UTHSC College of Pharmacy Regional Tuition Discount provides a seventy five percent (75%) discount on out-of-state tuition for eligible students in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia residing within two hundred (200) miles of Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville. The discount applies to students in the College of Pharmacy.

University Graduate Assistants (GA), Graduate Research Assistants (GRA), Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) and Graduate Teaching Associates (TA) who are employed at least 25% time on University payroll records receive certain tuition and/or maintenance waivers excluding mini-term . These positions are authorized by University academic departments and students may contact their departments for application information.

Tuition charges for a maximum of 9 semester hours may be waived for regular full-time University of Tennessee employees. Part-time employees may receive a prorated tuition waiver based on the percentage of time they are employed. Employee fee waivers are contingent on the employee's pay status as of the first official day of classes each term. Information is available in the University Personnel Policy Manual or by following this link.

Undergraduate spouses and/or dependents of regular full-time University employees are eligible for a maximum 50% discount on in-state maintenance charges. This benefit is also available (on a percentage basis) to spouses and/or dependents of regular part-time employees who are working at least 50% time and who have at least one year of University service. The waiver is provisional on the employee's pay status on the first official day of class each term. Employees should contact the Office of Human Resources on their campus for complete information or follow this link.

Undergraduate dependents (under the age of 24) of officially certified or licensed full-time Tennessee Public School Teachers or undergraduate dependents (under the age of 24) of full-time or retired State of Tennessee Employees are eligible for a 25% discount on in-state maintenance charges. An original discount form must be submitted each term and is available in both locations of the Bursar's Office or click on the following link: Waivers for Tennessee Public School Teachers or Undergraduates of Full-time or Waivers for Retired State of Tennessee Employees.

Full-time employees of Tennessee Board of Regent institutions of higher education and full-time employees of the State of Tennessee may be eligible to take one University class per term at no charge on a space available basis. More information is available from the Bursar's Office or from the individual's employer.

Dependents under the age of 21 whose parent was killed or died as a direct result of injuries received while serving as a member of the armed forces during World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War or Desert Storm may enroll without paying fees. Additionally, dependents of Vietnam War prisoners of war or missing in action armed forces members may enroll without paying fees. Specific information is available from the Bursar's Office.

Individuals with a permanent total disability and individuals at least 60 years of age may audit courses without paying fees. Individuals at least 65 years of age may enroll in courses for credit at a reduced rate of $7.00 per semester hour.

To drop or withdraw from a class, please refer to the Registrar's Adding, Dropping, & Withdrawing Classes policy page for more information.

College Fees History

Tuition and Fees Effective Summer 2017

Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2017

Tuition and Fees Effective Summer 2016

Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2016

Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2015

Tuition and Fees Effective Summer 2015

For information on student health insurance, please refer to University Health Service's Student Health Insurance page.

Last Published: Dec 14, 2018