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The University of Texas at Dallas graduates students who are prepared for success in careers and continuing studies. In addition to their academic endeavors, students take advantage of the internship and collaborative opportunities available in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Solid Earnings Prospects and Manageable Debt

The University offered the third-best return on investment among Texas public universities in a recent ranking. UT Dallas students also had less debt to pay off than most of their peers.

Meaningful Jobs with Top Employers

The Career Center at UT Dallas helps students chart their careers while they are pursuing their studies. Students come to realize that their academic and career goals complement one another.

Top-flight Training for Grad School

UT Dallas students not only pursue graduate studies, but also receive such nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships including the Fulbright, the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the Marshall Scholarship and the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.


Completion Rates

The University of Texas System Chancellor’s Quantum Leaps strategy includes a student success initiative that specifies increasing student graduation rates as a primary goal. UT Dallas graduates its students at a higher rate than the national average for public universities.

Graduation Rates for First-time, Full-time Entering Fall Cohorts

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6 Year Graduation Rate less Exclusions
2011 Fulltime 1,761 52.24% 66.38% 69.56% 4 52.36% 66.53% 69.72%
2012 Fulltime 1,522 55.26% 69.19% 73.26% 1 55.29% 69.23% 73.31%
2013 Fulltime 2,193 53.44% 68.17% 71.68% 2 53.49% 68.23% 71.75%
2014 Fulltime 2,480 54.48% 68.95% 2 54.52% 69.01%
2015 Fulltime 2,656 53.58% 2 53.62%

*Exclusions include students who may be removed (deleted) from a cohort (or subcohort) if they left the institution for one of the following reasons: death or total and permanent disability; service in the armed forces (including those called to active duty); service with a foreign aid service of the federal government, such as the Peace Corps; or service on official church missions.

Graduation Rates for First-time, Full-time Entering Fall Cohorts by Gender

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6 Year Graduation Rate less Exclusions
2011 Female 722 60.80% 73.55% 76.32% 1 60.89% 73.65% 76.42%
2011 Male 1,039 46.29% 61.41% 64.87% 3 46.43% 61.58% 65.06%
2012 Female 650 65.54% 77.69% 80.00% 1 65.64% 77.81% 80.12%
2012 Male 872 47.59% 62.84% 68.23% 0 47.59% 62.84% 68.23%
2013 Female 901 61.38% 75.14% 77.80% 1 61.44% 75.22% 77.89%
2013 Male 1,292 47.91% 63.31% 67.41% 1 47.95% 63.36% 67.47%
2014 Female 1,058 62.38% 75.24% 0 62.38% 75.24%
2014 Male 1,422 48.59% 64.28% 2 48.66% 64.37%
2015 Female 1,104 62.14% 0 62.14%
2015 Male 1,552 47.49% 2 47.55%

*Exclusions include students who may be removed (deleted) from a cohort (or subcohort) if they left the institution for one of the following reasons: death or total and permanent disability; service in the armed forces (including those called to active duty); service with a foreign aid service of the federal government, such as the Peace Corps; or service on official church missions.

Graduation Rates for First-time, Full-time Entering Fall Cohorts by Ethnicity

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6 Year Graduation Rate less Exclusions
2011 African American 66 37.88% 53.03% 56.06% 0 37.88% 53.03% 56.06%
2011 Asian 547 57.77% 73.13% 77.15% 1 57.88% 73.26% 77.29%
2011 Hispanic 238 37.82% 51.68% 56.30% 0 37.82% 51.68% 56.30%
2011 International 97 59.79% 76.29% 79.38% 0 59.79% 76.29% 79.38%
2011 Two or more 95 53.68% 67.37% 70.53% 0 53.68% 67.37% 70.53%
2011 Other** 18 44.44% 55.56% 55.56% 0 44.44% 55.56% 55.56%
2011 White 700 53.14% 66.14% 68.29% 3 53.37% 66.43% 68.58%
2012 African American 53 35.85% 54.72% 60.38% 0 35.85% 54.72% 60.38%
2012 Asian 549 62.84% 75.96% 80.15% 1 62.96% 76.09% 80.29%
2012 Hispanic 223 47.53% 60.54% 66.37% 0 47.53% 60.54% 66.37%
2012 International 60 55.00% 70.00% 73.33% 0 55.00% 70.00% 73.33%
2012 Two or more 70 55.71% 71.43% 78.57% 0 55.71% 71.43% 78.57%
2012 Other** 21 57.14% 76.19% 85.71% 0 57.14% 76.19% 85.71%
2012 White 546 52.56% 66.67% 69.23% 0 52.56% 66.67% 69.23%
2013 African American 91 37.36% 52.75% 57.14% 0 37.36% 52.75% 57.14%
2013 Asian 774 60.72% 76.10% 80.75% 2 60.88% 76.30% 80.96%
2013 Hispanic 351 42.45% 59.26% 62.39% 0 42.45% 59.26% 62.39%
2013 International 82 51.22% 68.29% 70.73% 0 51.22% 68.29% 70.73%
2013 Two or more 108 51.85% 62.04% 63.89% 0 51.85% 62.04% 63.89%
2013 Other** 49 51.02% 63.27% 71.43% 0 51.02% 63.27% 71.43%
2013 White 738 53.66% 67.21% 69.65% 0 53.66% 67.21% 69.65%
2014 African American 119 52.94% 68.91% 0 52.94% 68.91%
2014 Asian 884 60.29% 75.57% 1 60.36% 75.65%
2014 Hispanic 414 44.69% 59.90% 1 44.79% 60.05%
2014 International 82 65.85% 79.27% 0 65.85% 79.27%
2014 Two or more 114 57.89% 67.54% 0 57.89% 67.54%
2014 Other** 50 56.00% 76.00% 0 56.00% 76.00%
2014 White 817 51.65% 65.12% 0 51.65% 65.12%
2015 African American 106 39.62% 0 39.62%
2015 Asian 975 58.67% 1 58.73%
2015 Hispanic 421 46.32% 1 46.43%
2015 International 77 58.44% 0 58.44%
2015 Two or more 113 55.75% 0 55.75%
2015 Other** 64 64.06% 0 64.06%
2015 White 900 51.67% 0 51.67%

*Exclusions include students who may be removed (deleted) from a cohort (or subcohort) if they left the institution for one of the following reasons: death or total and permanent disability; service in the armed forces (including those called to active duty); service with a foreign aid service of the federal government, such as the Peace Corps; or service on official church missions.
**Includes students who identified as American Indian/Alaskan Naïve, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or Unknown/Unreported

Graduation Rates for First-time, Full-time Entering Fall Cohorts Pell Grant or Subsidized Stafford Loan Status

Fall Entering Cohort Recipients of a Federal Pell Grant Recipient of a Subsidized Stafford Loan, who did not receive a Pell Grant Students who did not receive either a Pell Grant or a subsidized Stafford Loan
2011 68% 62% 72%
2012 74% 61% 77%
2013 67% 71% 74%

To view other current student achievement measures, please refer to the University of Texas System’s Dashboard website.
UT Dallas also aligns with the 60x30TX strategy set by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The 60x30TX strategy also specifies degree completion as a primary goal. To read more about it and additional accountability measures, visit the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Accountability System site.

Teacher Production and Certification

UT Dallas students taking the teacher certification exam have had a 100% pass rate in recent fiscal years.

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Total Number Taking Exam 149 146 121 117 109 112 108 108
Total Percent Passing Exam 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Source: The State Board of Educator Certification

Praxis Examination Pass Rates for Communication Disorders

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
Total Number Taking Exam 94 96 113
Total Percent Passing Exam 99% 100% 100%

Praxis Examination Pass Rates for Audiology

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
Total Number Taking Exam 9 11 15
Total Percent Passing Exam 100% 100% 100%

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Financial Strength

Students find a great investment in attending UT Dallas. Detailed information about UT Dallas graduates’ salaries and more can be found on the University of Texas System’s SeekUT site.

UTD Grads Have Lower Debt Loads

U.S. News and World Report ranked UT Dallas among the top 30 in the nation for lowest student debt after graduation. Class of 2015 data shows that UT Dallas alumni owe an average of $21,174.

Percent of Graduating Seniors Who Have No Student Debt

Nation
32%
Texas
44%
UT Dallas
64%
Numbers based on first time in college students in the class of 2015
(Source: The Institute for College Access and Success)

Career Prospects

UT Dallas students are recruited by top employers after graduation.

Employers

UT Dallas graduates have the knowledge and skills employers are looking for, and employers come to campus each year to attend career expos, hold information sessions and interview students. UT Dallas graduates have been hired by:

Amazon
American Airlines
Apple
AT&T
Boeing
Cisco Systems
Dallas ISD
Deloitte
Ericsson
Ernst & Young
Expedia
Fidelity Investments
Fujutsu
Google
Groupon
Hewlett Packard
Hotels.com
IBM
Intel
JPMorgan Chase
Mary Kay
Merrill Lynch
Microsoft
Oracle
Popsugar
Raytheon
Sabre
Samsung
Southwest Airlines
State Farm
Texas Instruments
U.S. Federal Government
USAA
UT Southwestern
Verizon
Westinghouse
Yahoo

Post-Graduate Pursuits

Many UT Dallas graduates decide to continue their education after graduation and go on to top law, medical and graduate schools in the U.S.
UT Dallas students have been accepted to all of the law schools in Texas and top law schools across the country, including Chicago, Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, Michigan, Stanford, Virginia and Yale.
During the past three years, more than 500 UT Dallas students have been accepted into graduate health profession programs. Students have entered medical and dental schools throughout Texas and around the United States, including Johns Hopkins, Pritzker School of Medicine, Northwestern, Wake Forest and Yale.