"I won't be in debt the rest of my life."
A best buy, UNT provides a traditional college experience and the quality of a private university at an affordable cost. We’ve been named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys® for 19 consecutive years.
UNT’s new Eagle Express Tuition Plan lets you lock in your academic costs for four years, earn your degree sooner and save up to $4,000 when you graduate in four years. It’s the most popular alternative tuition program in Texas.
The Emerald Eagle Scholars program is available to students whose family adjusted gross income is $40,000 or less.
About 74 percent of UNT students receive financial aid and scholarships totaling $320 million annually. This includes $36 million in scholarships. For best results, submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) before UNT’s March 15 financial aid priority deadline. The application deadline for scholarships is March 1.
If you find that you need a little help handling your personal finances, UNT’s award-winning Student Money Management Center provides workshops and confidential counseling sessions.
Outstanding students who aspire to be the future leaders of Texas may apply for a Terry Foundation Scholarship, which pays tuition, fees, room/board, books and other expenses for four years. Apply by Dec. 15 to compete for one of UNT’s Terry awards for freshmen. Learn more about Meritorious and other scholarships offered to top students.
UNT fuels its vehicles
with biodiesel and recycles 500
tons of paper, cardboard, cans
and plastic bottles annually.
Did you know that most college graduates earn about $1 million more in their lifetime — about $26,000 more per year — than people without a bachelor’s degree? Statistics show our well-prepared graduates are highly successful entering the job market or continuing on to graduate school.
Dallas-Fort Worth is among the top 10 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates, based on higher than average starting pay, low unemployment and affordable housing.
To graduate in four years, you’ll need to earn 30 college credit hours each year. UNT’s tuition schedule lets you take 15 hours per semester for about the same cost as 12 hours.