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Affordable. Accessible. Beyond Average.

Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) is committed to making higher education affordable and accessible.

  • TAMIU is one of the most affordable public four-year universities in the nation.
  • TAMIU is ranked 4th for “Best Bang for the Buck” among the nation’s Southern Schools
  • Money Magazine ranked TAMIU No. 5 for Best Value for Tuition, with an A for Value Added.

Nearly 80% of our current students receive some type of financial aid.

TAMIU’s affordable tuition means our students can focus more on their studies, professional growth, and their future.

Did you know?

TAMIU is the only Texas Institution Ranked No. 9 in the Nation for alumni earnings above expectation.

Annual Cost of Attendance*

DIRECT COSTS** (Payable to TAMIU)
TUITION & FEES**** $ 8,446 (TX Residents)
$ 20,338 (Out-of-state & International)
ROOM *** $5,126
MEAL PLAN *** $2,756
INDIRECT COSTS (Estimated annual)
BOOKS *** $1,820
TRANSPORTATION & PERSONAL EXPENSES $1,702

*All charges are subject to change without notice. This is based on 15 semester credit hours per semester for two long semesters.

**Payable to the University. Health insurance is required of all enrolled international student as defined by the TAMU System Policy 26.99.01; waivers are available to students who already have health insurance. The Health Insurance Plan estimated cost is approximately $1,692.

***Costs may vary depending on meal plan, housing option and other variables. RLC standard room & UV 4 bedroom were used to calculate housing plans. All students living on campus at RLC are required to enroll in a meal plan.

****Costs dependent on course schedule. Additional course fees may apply to offset the costs of chemicals, supplies, materials & maintenance associated with particular courses.

Financial Aid and Scholarships
for full-time freshmen

  • 92% receive financial aid; average amount: $11,704
  • 88% receive need-based aid; average amount: $7,682
  • 33% receive need-based self-help aid; average amount: $2,987