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 Estimator and see for yourself.
ESTIMATED COST 2021-2022*
Tuition & Fees
Books & Supplies
Out of State**
* Tuition projections are based on 30 hours (15 hours per semester). Tuition varies by college.
** Out-of-state transfers who receive a scholarship of $1,000 or more may be eligible for in-state tuition.
Oklahoma Resident, Undergraduate, Taking Courses On Campus: $12,795 (Based on taking 15 semester credit hours in fall and spring semesters. Visit ok2.unt.edu for details about our Oklahoma Tuition Rate)
Costs do not reflect academic fees or differential tuition. To estimate cost based on your classification, residency status, academic program/major and the number of hours you plan on taking, use our tuition estimators.
Maximizing your financial aid
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid and the Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) are available each October 1 for the following academic year. If you haven’t completed your application yet, it’s not too late! If you have completed your application, you must also do the following:
- Cancel any pending aid offers at your previous college. Federal regulations prohibit a student from receiving federal financial aid from more than one institution during the same award period.
- Resubmit your existing FAFSA with UNT’s Title IV Federal School Code (003594). This will ensure the receipt of your FAFSA information.
- Submit your existing TASFA directly to UNT’s Student Financial Aid and Scholarships along with signed copies of your/your parent(s)’ income tax returns.
To learn more about how to apply for financial aid, visit Student Financial Aid and Scholarships’ website.
|Submit FAFSA by:||For aid in:|
|Jan. 15||Fall and Spring terms|
|Aug. 15||Spring term only|
|Feb. 15||Summer term|
You may apply for financial aid at any time. However, to receive early consideration for all available financial assistance and to determine your eligibility in a timely manner, submit all required forms to our office by the priority dates listed above.
Applications completed after these priority dates will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis and dependent on available funding.
*A Summer Aid Interest form will also be required.
Submitting your FAFSA on or before the priority date means you’ll have a higher chance of receiving available funds.