Austin College students graduate in 4 years. Of the May 2014 graduating class, 96% completed their degree in 4 years or less.
Austin College awarded more than $25 million dollars in institutional aid to undergraduate students for the 2014-2015 academic year. In fact, 99% of all freshmen entering in Fall 2014 received gift aid, with an average award of $23,295.
A college education is an investment for a lifetime, and Austin College seeks to keep quality education affordable for qualified students. Our annual costs are offset by a financial assistance program that includes scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. While students and their families assume primary responsibility for the educational costs, the Office of Financial Aid will work closely with students and their parents to develop financial aid packages and/or financing plans that work best for the family.
Nearly 95% of Austin College undergraduate students receive some form of financial assistance. Financial assistance comes from a variety of sources, including Austin College’s own merit-based scholarships and need-based grants, as well as federal and state grants, work-study, loan programs and outside scholarship entities.
The Austin College Office of Financial Aid is located in Wortham Center, Room 105. The Financial Aid Staff is available to provide assistance and to answer questions Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call us toll-free at 1.800.KANGAROO (800.526.4276), directly at 903.813.2900, or email your financial aid questions to us.
For current students in particular, if you are experiencing financial pressures stemming from the ongoing economic crisis, the Office of Financial Aid is available to assist you.
Average Cost of Attendance 2015-16
Expenses for Living on Campus for
Full-Time New Students
Tuition and Fees - $36,255
Room and Board - $11,793
Books and Supplies - $1,250
Transportation - $525
Personal and Misc. - $850
Cost of Attendance 2015-16 - $50,673