A 3% in-state undergraduate tuition increase for University of Tennessee at Martin students was approved June 25 for the 2024-25 academic year by the UT Board of Trustees during the final day of the board’s annual meeting in Knoxville. Specific fees increases were also approved by the board along with a $174 million UT Martin operating budget. The meeting was held at the new Agriculture and Natural Resources Building on the UT Knoxville campus.

UT Martin undergraduate students will pay an additional $256 per year starting this fall for a total tuition payment of $8,802 for the academic year. Undergraduate students will also pay an additional $8 per semester student media fee for a total of $30 per year. Previously named the student publication fee, the fee increase will help to support WUTM 90.3 “The Hawk” and UTM TV operations. A new academic support fee supported by the UT Martin Student Government Association will total $40 per semester and will fund increased supplemental instruction, tutoring and other student academic support.

Tuition and fees for full-time in-state undergraduate students enrolled for 12 or more hours per semester will rise 3.45% for a total cost of $10,560 per academic year. Tuition and fees for full-time graduate students will rise 2.6% to bring the total cost to $11,396 per academic year for an in-state student enrolled for nine or more credit hours.

Students who take dual-enrollment courses through the university’s successful Dual Enrollment

Program will be assessed at the reduced rate of $582.75 per three-credit hour course, which will be fully covered by the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant. Dual-enrollment courses allow high school students to earn college-level coursework credit as they complete high school graduation requirements. UT Martin enrolled 1,599 dual-enrollment students for the 2023 fall semester.

Find complete UT Martin tuition and fee information on the web at www.utm.edu/tuition.