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Transfer student overview - getting started
Learn about transfering to UNT, the #1 transfer student choice in Texas. Includes transfer student resources: the admission process, academic degree programs, deadlines for financial aid, available transfer scholarships and the course transfer applicability system.
Requirements for Admission
Read transfer student admission requirements for UNT.
The Texas Common Application
Use this to apply to the University of North Texas.
Transfer Student Hotline
Call 1-800-UNT-8211 for helpful information about transferring to UNT.
Visit our campus.
View frequently asked questions or ask an Eagle Ambassador your own questions about UNT.
Read about different bachelor’s degree programs offered by UNT.
View the online catalog information.
Core Curriculum Transfer Guide
See how your colleges courses will transfer to UNT and view detailed information about how we are translating our Common Core Curriculum to the core curriculum of various colleges across the state of Texas.
Tips for Transfer Students
Tips for students who want to transfer to UNT
UNT Virtual Tour
Can't visit the campus in person? Let our virtual tour guides show you around UNT.
Sights, sounds and information about UNT
Electronic inquiry card:
Complete this form for UNT to send you more information.
Tuition and Fees
Information regarding cost in pdf format.
Counseling and Testing
Helpful information on Testing Services and Personal and Career Counseling.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Get information about grants, work-study programs, loans and scholarships at UNT.
National Scholarship Winners and Finalists
UNT students compete successfully for national scholarships. Let UNT be a partner in your success.
Check out the residence hall features.
Find information about student employment opportunities while in college.
View a list of UNT’s benefits and strengths.
Current student life resources
Find information about computing resources, class schedules, housing, libraries, additional sources of financial aid and more.