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U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, or undocumented immigrants applying to UNT for the first time who do not have any post high school graduation college credit.U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents applying to UNT for the first time who don't have any previous college credit should apply as freshmen.
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To be considered for admission to UNT, do the following:
International students will have additional application requirements.
Our regular mailing address is:
University of North Texas
1155 Union Circle #311277
Denton, TX 76203-5017
Our physical address for courier services (FedEx, UPS, etc.) is:
University of North Texas
Eagle Student Services Center Room 305
1147 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203
Submit your completed application and application fee to the admissions office by the following priority dates.
|Apply by this priority date:||To enroll for session:||With classes beginning:|
|March 1, 2023*||Fall 2023||August 21, 2023|
|May 12, 2023||Summer 2023; 3-week session||May 15, 2023|
|May 19, 2023||Summer 2023; first 5-week session, 10-week session||May 22, 2023|
|June 2, 2023||Summer 2023; 8-week session||June 5, 2023|
|June 23, 2023||Summer 2023; second 5-week session||June 26, 2023|
*You should apply and be admitted by March 1, 2023 to ensure that all high school records and entrance exams are current with UNT to be considered for the UNT Excellence Scholarship Award. Applications will continue to be accepted after the priority date.
Freshmen applicants may apply up to a year in advance of their expected term of enrollment; however, many high school students typically apply between July and December of their senior year. It's best to apply as early as possible so that you'll have more scholarships available and more options for orientation dates and housing.
Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis. You will be informed of your admission status via a letter in the mail, an email, or your my.unt.edu portal once we have received and processed your complete application and all required documents.
LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER YOU'VE SUBMITTED YOUR APPLICATION
The application fee for U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents is $75.
The application fee for international students on a temporary visa, does not have a U.S. permanent resident card (green card), or is not an undocumented immigrant eligible for Texas Residency is $85.
You may pay the application fee by credit card, money order or check. The application fee must be paid in U.S. dollars and is non-refundable.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding how to pay online.
If paying by money order or check, please mail your payment to us. Please include the student's full name on the money order or check so we can credit the payment to the correct account. See our mailing address.
International applicants who do not qualify for Texas Residency are not eligible for a fee waiver.
In limited cases, the admission application fee may be waived. To be considered for an admission application fee waiver students must submit one of the following to the university:
Freshman applicants may also request an admission application fee waiver by submitting one of the following:
All fee waivers above must be within 1 year of your high school graduation or the waiver will not be applied and an application payment will be required. Application fee waivers may be submitted via email, mail, or in person to Undergraduate Admissions.
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:
Freshman applicants to UNT may submit SAT or ACT scores. The writing portion of the exam is not required. UNT accepts scores that are sent to us electronically from the College Board and ACT, or you may ask your high school counselor to send us your test scores posted on your official high school transcript. You may be considered for admission without a standardized test score if your high school cumulative unweighted GPA is above a 3.0.
If you need UNT's college code for use in having your test score reports sent to UNT, please use the following:
If you will be taking the SAT or ACT at UNT and need UNT's testing center code, please use the following:
Learn about UNT's SAT and ACT admission requirements
UNT encourages you to send your SAT and ACT scores but they are optional. Most standardized test scores are reportable for 5 years following the year in which you tested. Any standardized test scores that fall within this time period must be reported by the appropriate testing service. If your scores are not reportable by the appropriate testing service, you have the following options:
You are not required to send letters of recommendation or an essay with your application unless additional information is requested of you. If letters of recommendation and an essay are required, you will receive an email with information about the required documentation and how to upload the documents to your my.unt.edu portal.
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