shifty_eyed wrote:Attax wrote:Not sure if that's what it means for the law school/if they're related, but I can speak on the locked in for the Undergrad stuff at least as it may carry over. As an undergrad (so may be 100% unrelated), they set a flat rate for full time, any classes more than that and you don't pay extra, so I pay the same for 12 hours as an UG as I would for 18 hours. It has varied year to year as tuition increases are implemented, however.
Just double checked, and it is different for law (and other grad programs).
http://www.utexas.edu/tuition/faq.html#6Tuition Costs FAQ wrote:Graduate and professional program flat rate is based on the student's area of study, residency and the first semester the student was enrolled in the graduate or professional program. Graduate and professional program flat rate is indexed to the number of semester credit hours taken and does not have a cap.
http://www.utexas.edu/business/accounti ... fall13.pdf
Good to know, I could definitely see it being different since they have pretty different administration and everything.