Your education is one of the most important investments you’ll ever make.

That’s why we’re committed to providing you outstanding value, not just through our affordable tuition, but in every part of your UNT experience. UNT offers the most affordable research university education in the state, according to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. That means UNT offers the quality of a private university at an affordable cost.

The UNT Transfer Advantage

UNT was named an America’s Best Value College by Forbes

We’ve been named a Best College by Money magazine

UNT annually awards $405 million in scholarships and financial aid

Wondering how affordable a UNT degree will be for you? Use our easy Tuition Calculator and see for yourself.



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Scholarship Opportunities

Our scholarships for incoming transfer students are just one example of our commitment to your success! Incoming transfer students should complete the General Scholarship Application as early as possible each year and review the individual scholarship links for additional information.

Oklahoma Tuition Plan

Oklahoma residents seeking a bachelor's degree at UNT can now attend for about half the cost of out-of-state tuition.

New award opportunities for new transfers

Our Transfer Incentive Program provides awards for new transfers to UNT at Frisco who take a minimum of six credit hours per term at UNT at Frisco (Hall Park or Inspire Park) or the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC). Award amounts range from $500-$1,250 per term, increasing with the number of semester credit hours taken.

Installment Plan

UNT offers the convenience and flexibility of paying for courses on an installment plan. You pay 10% of your tuition and fees by the payment deadline each semester, with three additional payments due the third of each month.*

* An installment plan is also available to pay for your on-campus housing. Residence hall payments can be broken into eight manageable monthly payments.

Maximizing your financial aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available beginning Oct. 1 for the following academic year. To speed the process, request your PIN and review necessary documents ahead of time. The earlier you apply, the more likely you are to be considered for assistance.

To learn how to apply for financial aid or transfer your application data, call UNT’s Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships at 940-565-2302 or 877-881-1014 several months before transferring to UNT.

Submit FAFSA by: For aid in:
Jan. 15 Fall and Spring terms
Aug. 15 Spring term only
Feb. 15 Summer term

Submitting your FAFSA on or before the priority date means you’ll have a higher chance of receiving available funds.