Access your future.
We believe income should never get in the way of education. That’s why we’ve had the lowest tuition and fee increases in the state of Tennessee over the past five years. More than 90% of our full-time freshmen receive financial aid, and once enrolled, are supported through various ACCESS MEMPHIS programs, dedicated to helping keep them in school and meet educational goals. Because at UofM, we’re all about forward progress.
More than 50 percent of first-time freshmen at the University of Memphis are eligible for Pell grants (families with household incomes under $50,000). Last year, 86 percent of these students had their tuition and fees fully covered by Pell, Hope Scholarship and UofM institutional aid. We are committed to continuing to expand these numbers each year and believe we will be covering all tuition/fees for these qualifying students by the fall 2021.
Access Affordable Education.
The Memphis Commitment
The University of Memphis' commitment has always been, and continues to be, one of delivering high-quality educational programs to all of our students at the lowest possible cost. Toward this end, the UofM recently approved and implemented the following as part of our Access Memphis initiative:
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Simplified Student Fee Structure Updates
Over the past year, the University has been committed to access and affordability
initiatives which simplify and create uniformity in our tuition and fee structure.
We will continue to discuss a proposal to simplify our mandatory fee structure.