The University of Tennessee at Martin is proud to be one of the most affordable institutions in the state of Tennessee, and we offer affordable housing and meal plan options.

Estimated Direct Costs

Tuition and Fees: $10,208 (In-State), $16,248 (Out-Of-State)

All tuition and fees estimated based on 2023-24 costs. Students residing outside of Tennessee are considered out-of-state, except residents of Fulton, Graves, and Hickman counties in Kentucky.

Average Housing and Food: $9,010

This estimate is based on the average cost of living on campus and the All-Access, Seven- Days-a-Week Meal Plan with $150 Captain’s Cash for both fall and spring. Your actual housing cost will vary depending on which housing option you choose. Please see specific housing costs below. Meal plan options are available at

Housing Options

Ellington/BrowningCooper Hall Living-Learning CommunitiesUniversity Village Phase 1 (A-E)University Village Phase 2 (F-H)

Estimated Indirect Costs

Indirect costs are not set by UT Martin. The numbers listed below are to help you estimate a budget. Your family should also note there will be household savings when you leave home for college. These costs are provided for budgeting purposes only and will not be billed to you.

Personal: $3,600/Year

Estimated spending on houshold items, clothing, toiletries, etc.

Books and Supplies: $1,500/Year

Estimated spending on books for the fall and spring semesters.

Transportation: $3,000/Year

Estimated spending on gas, auto expenses, travel to and from home, etc.