Estimate Expenses for I-20

A new I-20 requires proof of funds sufficient for one year of estimated expenses.

  • The funds can be from your personal accounts, UT Dallas, a family member or a sponsor.
  • Other than funds provided by the school, funds must be liquid and readily accessible; no stock, land titles, etc.
  • Financial statements must be recent, dated within the last six months. For a current student I-20, copies and Internet statements are acceptable.
  • Students who wish to include a scholarship or TA/RA funds on the I-20 must provide a copy of the scholarship or TA/RA letter.

Amount of Funding Required

Please find below the information that matches your situation.*

UNDERGRADUATE 2014-15
Standard (Non-resident tuition rate)
Tuition $26,248
Living Expenses $13,920
Insurance $1,432
Total $41,600

UNDERGRADUATE 2014-15
Scholarship of at least $1,000 per year (Resident tuition rate)
Tuition $11,073
Living Expenses $13,920
Insurance $1,432
Total $26,425

GRADUATE 2014-15
Standard (Non-resident tuition rate)
Tuition $21,798
Living Expenses $14,120
Insurance $1,432
Total $37,350

GRADUATE 2014-15
TA/RA for fall and spring or scholarship (Resident tuition rate)
Tuition $12,148
Living Expenses $14,120
Insurance $1,432
Total $27,700

GRADUATE 2014-15
TA/RA for fall, spring and summer (Resident tuition rate)
Tuition $18,223
Living Expenses $14,120
Insurance $1,432
Total $33,775

Spouse and Children
Any student adding a spouse Add $5,000
Any student adding children Add $3,000 per child

* There are some students whose situations are not reflected here. If your situation differs from above, contact an international student advisor for assistance in determining the funding amount required.

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