Resources for paying tuition and fees for the School of Public Health


Master of Public Health Tuition & Fees


Texas ResidentNon-Texas Resident
Year 1 (August '24 - August '25)  



Year 2 (August '25 - May '26)  



Total Tuition & Fees



The above estimate reflects tuition and required fees for residents and non-residents if the student attends fall, spring, and summer semesters in the first year and fall and spring semesters in the second year.

Program Additional Costs

In addition to required tuition and fees, there are costs for digital and hardcopy textbooks, uniforms, and equipment. The fieldwork experiences included in the curriculum may require that students relocate outside of San Antonio for the duration of the fieldwork or practicum. Those expenses will vary according to individual arrangements depending on the cost of travel, temporary housing, maintenance of local accommodations, etc. Students are encouraged to budget for major expenditures that could be associated with these assignments.

Tuition and fee amounts are subject to change at any time. The UT Health San Antonio policy on refunds, tuition, and fees can be found here.

Financial Aid


Scholarships are available for both merit and need-based applicants.

Graduate students interested in studying at The University of Texas School of Public Health San Antonio may take advantage of several scholarships and financial assistance options available to them. School of Public Health scholarships are awarded to exceptional graduate students based on academic performance, leadership qualities, participation in student organizations, honors and awards, work experience, references, financial need, and timely application submission.

All scholarship recipients must meet the following criteria:

  • Maintain good academic standing, as determined by the Scholarship Committee.
  • Maintain full-time enrollment status for each semester of eligibility.
  • Agree to adhere to the Academic Honesty Policy of UT Health.
  • Attend a mandatory scholarship orientation session.

For admitted students, the first step in applying for financial aid is to submit a FAFSA application. Upon notification that a FAFSA application was submitted, the UT Health San Antonio financial aid office will make available a scholarship application within the My Student Center student portal

Please take a look at the scholarships available to School of Public Health students: 

Complete instructions about applying for scholarships can be found on the UT Health San Antonio financial aid website:


Financial Aid for Veterans

Veteran Services and Financial Aid – Apply for federal/state student aid, submit your UT Health San Antonio scholarship application, military non-resident tuition waivers, Department of Defense Tuition Assistance, Hazlewood exemption, and enrollment certification for VA Educational benefits and federal loan in-school deferments.

Bursar’s Office

The Office of the Bursar is located in room 301L of the Medical School. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. The office is closed for state holidays.

Self-payment can be made here.