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When to apply: Apply Now! The Fall admission application priority date is March 1. We will continue to review applications after the priority date.
How to apply: Learn more about the application process.
You are guaranteed admission to UNT if you:
Individual Review is an automatic process whereby UNT Admissions reviews the application of any student who does not meet minimum admission requirements. If you are eligible for Individual Review an email will be sent to you with information on required documentation and how to upload the documents to your my.unt.edu portal.
Factors that may help determine academic readiness under the individual review provision may include, but are not limited to, the following: school attended, courses taken, employment experience, special abilities, individual achievements, leadership activities, public service, and extra-curricular activities.
For more information about admission to UNT, contact us at 800-868-8211, 940-565-2681 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may be admitted as test optional depending on their unweighted high school GPA.
If you have taken the SAT or ACT, please have your scores sent to UNT electronically through the testing service.
In addition, state law TEC 51.803-51.809, Uniform Admissions Policy (UAP) requires applicants to four-year public universities to meet college readiness standards through completion of a high school graduation program or equivalent or through SAT or ACT score benchmarks. If you attend an out-of-state high school, you are exempt from the UAP.
Students must meet one of the following college readiness standards in order to be eligible for consideration for admission at a Texas Four-Year Public Institution:
*Equivalencies must be documented by the student's high school.
UNT highly recommends electronic document submission whenever possible. Mailed transcripts need to be sent in an institution-sealed envelope to the Office of Admissions. See our mailing address. If you're having difficulty obtaining official documents, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
We recommend you submit your official high school transcripts electronically to UNT directly from your high school’s approved service (i.e., Naviance, TREx, CommonApp, etc.) or emailed as a PDF from your high school's Registrar.
We recommend you submit your official college or university transcript(s) using one of the following approved systems:
We understand that as an ECHS student, you are not the same as most incoming freshmen, so it makes sense that your admissions process should be a little different too. UNT has Admissions Counselors who can help ECHS students with planning, transferring your credits and admissions.Find out more about ECHS admissions requirements
UNT recognizes home school programs and works with homeschooled students in their admission to the university. Homeschooled students should follow the steps of the freshman application process and submit their online application as well as official homeschool transcript. SAT and ACT scores are encouraged but optional.
In addition, homeschooled students must take the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) assessment prior to registering for courses. The TSI Assessment cannot be used in admissions decisions at UNT but is necessary for adequate preregistration advising. For more information on the TSI Assessment, please visit UNT Learning Center's TSI web page or call at 940-369-7006.
Students who have earned a GED and who either have not attended college or, if so, have earned fewer than 15 semester hours of transferable college work may seek admission to UNT through an Individual Review process.Learn how to apply for admission to UNT if you have earned your GED
On an individual basis, UNT may admit high school students to the freshman class after completion of the junior year of high school. To be considered, students must:
Under this program, high school seniors may be enrolled concurrently at UNT through coordination with the UNT Director of Admissions and the high school.
Freshman applicants who have been out of high school for at least five years and who have earned fewer than 30 semester hours at a college or university may be eligible for admission to UNT under the Adult Admission Program.See the requirements to apply to UNT through the Adult Admission Program
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