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DID YOU KNOW?
You don’t need an Associate degree to transfer to UNT.
Visit transfer guides to search UNT’s bachelor’s degrees and find out how your community college courses apply toward your UNT degree plan.
Connect with the admissions team about application next steps and our in-person and virtual event options so you can network with other future transfers.
- Ask questions via chat.
- Set up a Zoom meeting: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Attend one of our events.
- Give us a call at 940-565-2681
Visit the Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS) website to compare equivalent courses for Texas schools.
Meet with an Academic Advisor for pre-admissions advising and to explore majors.
Once you’re admitted you can use our online degree audit tool to stay on track for graduation and prepare for advising appointments. If you’re undecided, you can run “what-if” degree audits to explore all your options.
Connect with the UNT Transfer Center at an Eagle for a Day event or learn transfer tips on The Eagle Has Landed podcast.
UNT Transfer Admission Requirements
If you have more than 44 college credit hours:
Minimum college 2.0 GPA (4.0 system) and eligible to return to institution(s) attended
If you have 30-44 college credit hours:
Minimum college 2.25 GPA (4.0 system) and eligible to return to institution(s) attended
If you have FEWER than 30 college credit hours:
- Minimum college GPA of a 2.5 and be eligible to return to the institutions attended
If you have FEWER than 15 college credit hours:
- Minimum college 2.5 GPA (4.0 system) and eligible to return to institution(s) attended, plus graduation from an accredited high school and meets freshman admissions criteria
If you need some help, we’re here for you
- If you have been out of high school for five years or longer, have fewer than 30 college credit hours, have not taken the SAT or ACT, or do not meet other entrance requirements, your application will be individually reviewed by an Admissions Counselor. They will work with you on options for possible admission.
1. Before the application deadline
Visit our admissions website for more information about applying to UNT.
- Submit your application for admission online at applytexas.org or commonapp.org.
- Pay the $75 application fee and in limited cases the fee may be waived. Visit admissions.unt.edu/transfer for more info.
- Submit separate, official transcripts from every university or college you’ve attended. If you’ve earned fewer than 15 college credit hours, submit an official high school transcript.
You do not have to send test scores if you have 30 or more college credit hours. Students without an SAT/ACT score can still join the Mean Green Family. Simply apply, and we will holistically review your application based on your GPA and other academic criteria.
If you are submitting documents or payments by mail...
Our regular mailing address:
University of North Texas
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1155 Union Circle #311277
Denton, TX 76203-5017
Our physical address for courier services (FedEx, UPS, etc.):
University of North Texas
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Eagle Student Services Center Room 305
1147 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203
2. When to apply
Important admission dates for transfer students:
|Apply by this priority date*:||To enroll for session:|
|May 1||Summer: 3-week session|
*You should apply and be admitted by December 1 for the Spring term or June 1 for the Fall term to be eligible for the Transfer Excellence Scholarships.
You must submit your application and application fee payment by the priority date to be eligible for on-time registration. Applicants who miss the priority date will register during Late Registration when classes are less plentiful. Applications submitted after these dates will still be considered. You must be admitted to sign in to the Eagle Scholarship Portal and complete the student profile as directed by the published deadlines for priority scholarship consideration.
3. After admission, before enrolling
Register for orientation through your MyUNT account. Orientation — a program all undergraduate students must attend before enrolling in classes — is the first step to a successful experience at UNT. There you’ll receive academic advising, register for classes, learn about academic and other important resources, and start building relationships with other new transfer students, orientation leaders and UNT faculty/staff.
Check your TSI (Texas Success Initiative) status on the MyUNT system (bottom right corner) or call 940-565-4403. Based on your SAT, ACT or TAKS score, you may be required to take an additional test before enrolling.
Online Transfer Resources
Transfer guides provide lists of the Texas Common Course values that will transfer for your specific degree. Each transfer guide also includes a four-year plan to help you stay on track and graduate on time. Degree plan information is available in our catalog.
While attending UNT, monitor your progress 24/7 with our online degree audit system. You can even view how your courses will fit the requirements for different majors. The audit tool will help you stay on track for graduation and prepare you for advising appointments.
Technical/Career Courses Transfer
Create a personalized degree plan, so you can graduate sooner. With a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science degree, a majority of your AAS degree or career/technical credits may apply. You can choose from two BAAS degree options at UNT.
Military Credits Transfer
UNT is home to more than 2,500 members of the military community and their families. UNT may accept lower- and upper-division military credit, as recommended by the American Council on Education’s Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services. Credit for vocational work may be accepted if you are pursuing a BAAS degree. For information, call our Veterans Center at 940-369-2681 or visit the Student Veterans Services website.
At UNT, you’ll have two GPAs — a cumulative UNT GPA and an overall cumulative Transfer Work/UNT combined GPA. The overall GPA determines your eligibility to apply for graduation from UNT and to graduate with honors. If you have an "incomplete" on your transcript, it won’t be calculated in your GPA for admission purposes. If you've earned a D, the grade will transfer (exception: Freshman Composition, which requires a grade of C or higher), but the course may need to be retaken. Certain departments may require a grade of C or higher in specific core courses.
Students who have earned college credits that are at least 10 years old may seek admission to UNT without consideration of that academic work. Request a Fresh Start form from an Admissions Counselor before acceptance.
To help match you to the right classes, you’ll take the Texas Success Initiative. The test is only used for academic advising, not for admission decisions. We also will accept scores on the ASSET, COMPASS or ACCUPLACER tests. You may qualify for an exemption. Call 940-565-4403 or visit the Learning Center's TSI site.
Required hours at UNT
To graduate with a bachelor’s degree from UNT, take at least 25 percent of the university minimum of 120 credit hours here. A minimum of 42 advanced hours also are required, 24 of them here.
To be in good standing academically and to graduate from UNT, all undergraduate students must maintain a minimum GPA requirement of 2.0. This includes hours attempted in regularly graded courses, hours passed in pass/no pass courses and transfer hours accepted.
* Additional admission requirements may exist for the major of your choice. Visit our catalog for more information.
Start planning early. Speak with an Admissions Counselor about degree plan information and transferability of your courses. Use our online Transfer Resources.
Questions? Let us help.
Choose the right resource to plan your transfer to UNT. Wherever you are on your academic journey, you’ll find the pathway to success with our helpful transfer resources.
Transferology is an interactive course research tool that lets you easily input your completed courses to see what else is needed to fulfill bachelor’s degree requirements.