The University of Texas at Tyler

Tyler, TX

School Background

2022 Undergraduate Enrollment: 6,752
Graduate Enrollment: 2,502
Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity
Highest degree awarded: Graduate
Religious Affiliation: None

Campus Details

Medium City (100k-250k)
Four-year, medium, primarily residential // medium full-time , selective, higher transfer-in

Applicant and Admittance Traits

2022 Admission Rate: 93.88%

Male/Female: 40% / 60% (2017)

First generation college students: 39.1% (2017)
Percentage of students who are married when enrolled: 15.7% (2017)
Percentage of students who are veterans: 0.7% (2017)

Test scores for admission: Considered but not required
2022 Median Admit SAT: 1,136
SAT 25th Percentile - 75th: 1040 - 1250

2022 Median Admit ACT: 22
ACT 25th Percentile - 75th: 19 - 25

Appliants applying to 2+ schools: 58.8% (2017)
Appliants applying to 3+ schools: 31.6% (2017)
Appliants applying to 4+ schools: 19.3% (2017)
Appliants applying to 5+ schools: 12.8% (2017)

Ethnicity Information

White: 52.2%
Black: 10.5%
Hispanic: 24.8%
Asian: 4.9%
American Indian/Alaska Native: 0.4%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.0%
2+ races: 3.8%
Non-resident alien: 2.8%
Unknown race: 0.6%

Costs & Fees

2022 Average Tuition & Fees (Room/Board/Books): $21,156
In-State tuition: $9,596
Out-of-State tuition: $25,142

Estimated books and supplies: $1,650 (2022)
Estimated on-campus room & board: $9,907 (2022)
Estimated on-campus other fees: $2,779 (2022)

Estimated off-campus room & board: $8,345 (2022)
Estimated off-campus other fees: $2,779 (2022)

Average Family Income: $64,401 (2017)
Median Family Income: $33,583 (2017)

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Percentage of students receiving Pell Grant: 35.2%
Percentage of students with Federal Loans: 33.7%

Median federal loan debt at graduation: $17,137 (2021)
Median federal loan payment: $182 (2021)

Household Income Net Cost
0-$30k $6,701
$30k-48k $8,164
$48k-75k $11,962
$75k-110k $17,991
$110k+ $18,866

Graduate Outcomes & Job Placements

4-year graduation rate: 27%
6-year graduation rate: 42%

1 year post-graduation workforce participation: 96.5% (2020)

Loans

Median federal debt for graduates: $17,137 (2021)
Median federal debt for non-graduates: $7,500 (2021)

Median federal debt for first-generation graduates: $12,640 (2021)
Median federal debt for Pell grant recipient graduates: $13,750 (2021)

Ability to Repay Loans

Graduates, % of Loans in Repayment
(Non-delinquent/default)
Percentage
@1 Year 70.2% (2015)
@3 year 72.4% (2017)
@5 year 78.0% (2017)


1-year Graduate % of Loans being Repaid (Non-delinquent/default) - Pell Grant Recipients: 46.3% (2015)
1-year Graduate % of Loans being Repaid - 1st Generation Attendees: 49.5% (2015)

Earnings Power

Median earnings, 1 year post graduation: $51,894 (2020)
Median earnings, 4 years post graduation: $54,556 (2020)

Popular Majors

Type of Degree Major 2022 Graduates Median Federal Debt Median Monthly Payment 1yr Median Earnings (monthly gross) 4yr Median Earnings (monthly gross)
Bachelor's Degree Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other. 211 $26,658 $185 $38,629 ($3,219) $41,965 ($3,497)
Bachelor's Degree Computer and Information Sciences, General. 48 $21,500 $227 $50,405 ($4,200) $59,634 ($4,970)
Master's Degree Computer and Information Sciences, General. 18
Master's Degree Educational Administration and Supervision. 96 $206 $54,103 ($4,509) $58,797 ($4,900)
Master's Degree Special Education and Teaching. 26 $270 $54,620 ($4,552) $59,081 ($4,923)
Master's Degree Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas. 27 $48,269 ($4,022) $46,422 ($3,869)
Bachelor's Degree Civil Engineering. 45 $22,670 $199 $67,425 ($5,619) $76,702 ($6,392)
Master's Degree Civil Engineering. 5
Bachelor's Degree Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering. 54 $25,274 $196 $76,359 ($6,363) $81,132 ($6,761)
Master's Degree Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering. 17
Bachelor's Degree Mechanical Engineering. 208 $22,125 $189 $63,968 ($5,331) $79,653 ($6,638)
Master's Degree Mechanical Engineering. 2
Bachelor's Degree Industrial Production Technologies/Technicians. 37
Master's Degree Engineering-Related Fields. 27 $70,018 ($5,835)
Bachelor's Degree Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics. 8
Bachelor's Degree English Language and Literature, General. 35 $25,250 $199 $34,990 ($2,916) $33,042 ($2,754)
Master's Degree English Language and Literature, General. 20 $334 $46,760 ($3,897)
Bachelor's Degree Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies. 5
Bachelor's Degree Biology, General. 55 $18,000 $168 $27,047 ($2,254) $31,618 ($2,635)
Master's Degree Biology, General. 8
Bachelor's Degree Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology. 9
Bachelor's Degree Mathematics. 8
Master's Degree Mathematics. 3
Master's Degree Curriculum and Instruction. 47 $199 $49,382 ($4,115) $53,912 ($4,493)
Bachelor's Degree Communication and Media Studies. 26 $15,021 $156 $31,536 ($2,628) $39,522 ($3,294)
Master's Degree Communication and Media Studies. 2
Bachelor's Degree Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing. 448 $24,356 $185 $65,510 ($5,459) $70,461 ($5,872)
Master's Degree Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing. 110 $433 $104,827 ($8,736) $106,139 ($8,845)
Doctoral Degree Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing. 26 $89,749 ($7,479)
Graduate/Professional Certificate Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing. 5
Bachelor's Degree Business/Commerce, General. 42 $18,125 $148 $42,059 ($3,505)
Bachelor's Degree Business Administration, Management and Operations. 60 $20,500 $172 $47,093 ($3,924) $55,095 ($4,591)
Master's Degree Business Administration, Management and Operations. 393 $403 $77,691 ($6,474) $93,284 ($7,774)
Bachelor's Degree Accounting and Related Services. 46 $15,646 $159 $44,280 ($3,690) $56,107 ($4,676)
Master's Degree Accounting and Related Services. 12 $61,141 ($5,095)
Bachelor's Degree Business/Managerial Economics. 10
Bachelor's Degree Finance and Financial Management Services. 55 $15,875 $148 $46,739 ($3,895) $56,218 ($4,685)
Bachelor's Degree Human Resources Management and Services. 48 $22,152 $195 $32,042 ($2,670) $44,247 ($3,687)
Master's Degree Human Resources Management and Services. 73 $350 $59,537 ($4,961) $62,603 ($5,217)
Doctoral Degree Human Resources Management and Services. 11
Bachelor's Degree Marketing. 48 $17,495 $163 $40,227 ($3,352) $42,597 ($3,550)
Bachelor's Degree Construction Management. 24 $29,000 $265 $67,890 ($5,658)
Bachelor's Degree History. 23 $19,300 $190 $34,846 ($2,904) $35,536 ($2,961)
Master's Degree History. 5
Bachelor's Degree Health and Physical Education/Fitness. 90 $18,292 $171 $28,784 ($2,399) $42,222 ($3,519)
Master's Degree Health and Physical Education/Fitness. 16
Bachelor's Degree Chemistry. 16
Bachelor's Degree Psychology, General. 103 $18,750 $156 $29,764 ($2,480) $39,796 ($3,316)
Master's Degree Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology. 80 $356 $49,894 ($4,158) $54,770 ($4,564)
Bachelor's Degree Criminal Justice and Corrections. 47 $20,212 $188 $33,479 ($2,790) $43,694 ($3,641)
Master's Degree Criminal Justice and Corrections. 5
Master's Degree Public Administration. 14
Bachelor's Degree Social Sciences, General. 11
Bachelor's Degree Political Science and Government. 15 $41,625 ($3,469)
Master's Degree Political Science and Government. 4
Bachelor's Degree Fine and Studio Arts. 11
Master's Degree Fine and Studio Arts. 4
Bachelor's Degree Music. 22 $33,842 ($2,820)
Bachelor's Degree Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General. 36 $23,931 $197 $31,747 ($2,646) $43,809 ($3,651)
Master's Degree Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General. 7
First Professional Degree Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration. 62


Campus Resources

Average faculty salary: $82,584
Full time faculty: 79%

Undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio: 17.0

School's endowment start of year: $152,993,615 (2022)
School's endowment end of year: $203,826,632 (2022)