UNT annually awards
more than $320 million in
financial aid
, including more than
$36 million in scholarships.
About 74 percent of students receive
financial aid and scholarships.

Fall Payment Information

The tuition and fee payment deadline is quickly approaching. It is very important for you to secure your classes and protect them from being cancelled for non-payment.


For students receiving financial aid and/or scholarships, you must have Anticipated Aid (financial aid and/or scholarships) that is greater than or equal to your total tuition and fees to prevent your classes from being cancelled. You can view your Anticipated Aid on myUNT. Student Financial Aid and Scholarships will not be placing “holds” on class schedules.


If you do not have Anticipated Aid or your Anticipated Aid is not greater than or equal to your total tuition and fee charges, you must make payment arrangements prior to the payment deadline. Student Accounting offers information about acceptable forms of payment for tuition and fees, including payment options.


Student Accounting will send reminder notifications prior to payment deadlines to students who do not have sufficient Anticipated Aid and have not made payment arrangements for their tuition and fees.  In other words, if Student Accounting contacts you either by phone or email, your classes are at risk of being cancelled and action is needed.



Prior Year Balances must be paid before 2015-2016 awards can be disbursed

Federal regulations prohibit the release of funds to your student account when a balance over $200 from the previous academic year is present. 


Any financial aid awarded to you for Fall 2015 will not be disbursed to your student account until the outstanding balance is resolved. You may pay the prior year balance by check or credit card online at myUNT. Do not delay in resolving this issue so that we may deliver your Fall 2015 financial aid to you in a timely manner.



Still owe a balance after getting your refund?

Beginning with Fall 2015, federal regulations prohibit Title IV/Federal financial aid from paying the following charges:


  • Installment plan charge, Short Term Loan Origination Fee, Memorial Loan fee, Late payment or default fees
  • Excess hours tuition fee
  • Repeat course fee

Once federal financial aid has paid tuition, fees and housing charges (if applicable), some students may receive a refund yet still owe a balance to UNT because of finance and/or overtime charges. Payment arrangements would need to be made for the remaining balance to secure a student’s classes.

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