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 18 consecutive years.
Texas residents can take 15 undergraduate semester credit hours for two semesters for $9,105 in 2013-14 ($19,725 for non-residents), plus fees related to instruction. Room and board is $7,356.
By the numbers
About 78 percent of UNT students receive financial aid and scholarships totaling more than $320 million annually. This includes more than $36 million in scholarships. To receive first consideration, 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.
Types of assistance:
Scholarships – funds awarded based on merit and/or need; no repayment required
Grants– funds awarded based on need; no repayment required
Loans – funds that must be repaid at some point
Student employment – 3,000 jobs on campus and 8,500 off campus
Making ends meet
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.
"Forbes has named UNT a best university every year since it started its Best Colleges list, and we've been named an environmentally responsible university by The Princeton Review."