Frequently Asked Questions
- What undergraduate degree programs are available?
- What graduate degree programs are available?
- How many students attend UNT?
- Where is UNT located?
- What activities and organizations are available?
- How much is tuition?
- What financial aid is available?
- Can I get a part-time job?
- Can freshmen live off campus?
- Can I register for classes online at UNT?
- What are UNT's admission requirements?
- What are UNT's application deadlines?
- How do I apply?
What undergraduate degree programs are available?
The University of North Texas is a thriving public university with a legacy of excellence in a broad range of academic areas.
What graduate degree programs are available?
UNT is a student-focused research institution and the flagship of the UNT System.
How many students attend UNT?
About 36,000 students are enrolled at UNT’s Denton and Dallas campuses, making UNT the fourth largest university in Texas while still maintaining a 20:1 student-faculty ratio. The UNT System includes the UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth and UNT Dallas Campus.
Where is UNT located?
What activities and organizations are available?
UNT has more than 300 student activities and organizations for a wide range of interests. From Hellenic to academic, professional to sports organizations, UNT has something for everyone.
How much is tuition?
UNT has been named to America's 100 Best College Buys® for fourteen consecutive years.
UNT is state-assisted and has the lowest mandatory fees of any of Texas' largest universities. View the current tuition and fee rates for resident and non-resident status and compare.
What financial aid is available?
Campaign North Texas: An Act of Leadership made funding student scholarships a priority and created more than 200 new scholarship endowments. UNT students receive about $13 million annually in academic scholarships.
Other financial aid in excess of $139 million annually is awarded to undergraduate and graduate students. UNT has several different financial aid programs available, including scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.
Can I get a part-time job?
Student Employment at the UNT Career Center assists in locating part-time jobs to help with expenses and allow students to develop a good work record. Opportunities through Student Employment include regular hourly jobs, off-campus employment, temporary/staffing agencies and summer camps.
Can freshmen live off campus?
All unmarried undergraduate students who have completed fewer than 30 semester hours of university work (advanced placement hours not included) and who enroll for 12 or more semester hours are required to reside in university-operated residence halls.
Exceptions may be made for students who live with parents, grandparents or a married sibling. Other exceptions may be made in the cases of older students, such as veterans or previously married students; students with medical disabilities; or students with such extreme financial hardship that on-campus housing would be unfeasible.
Can I register for classes online at UNT?
To facilitate a smooth transition to UNT, all new students are required to attend an orientation session. This will be your opportunity to learn more about UNT, receive academic advising, and register for classes.
What are UNT's admission requirements?
Some undergraduate and graduate degree programs have specific admission requirements. For undergraduate majors, please consult the college or school in the undergraduate majors and interests to locate an adviser. Graduate students should contact their graduate adviser to determine any additional requirements.
What are UNT's application deadlines?
Prospective students should apply as early as possible and have all necessary credentials on file in the Office of Admissions by the listed deadlines.
How do I apply?
The fastest and most efficient way to apply for admission is to fill out the Texas Common Application online. If you'd rather fill out the application on paper, you can get a copy of the Texas Common Application from your high school counselor's office or your community college's counseling or transfer office.
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