Below are a few tips to help you complete the General Scholarship Application.
You must use the same EUID and password that you use to log into myUNT. Students new to UNT must first activate their EUID based on the information provided by UNT Admissions. For help with your EUID and/or password, please visit the UNT Help Desk.
The General Application is only 20 questions. You must answer all questions to be considered for scholarships.
For additional information and clarification on most questions, click the gray circles.
Once the 20 questions on the General Application are answered, you are automatically matched to scholarships for which you meet the criteria. No other action is needed for these scholarships.
You will be presented with a list of UNT scholarship opportunities. These scholarships may require additional information that is not included in the 20 question General Application. You are encouraged to click on each scholarship name to review the criteria. We encourage you to apply for all scholarships where you meet the additional requirements.
Not all scholarships require letters of recommendation. If a recommendation is needed, you will be prompted to enter the individual’s full name and email address. It is an expectation that you respectfully request permission to use an individual as a reference PRIOR to entering their contact information. Once the contact information is entered, an email is immediately sent to the individual with instructions for completing the recommendation. Please encourage a timely response from your reference. You will not be able to view the submitted recommendation, only that it has been received.
Not all scholarships require an essay. If an essay is needed, you will be prompted with the essay subject and text area in which to enter your essay. We encourage you to use word processing tools to confirm that your essay is grammatically accurate (spelling and punctuation). You may preview the content of your essay to ensure that no unusual formatting occurs after copy/paste from another program.
Once your General Application is completed, your UNT personal, contact and academic information is imported from the UNT’s Enterprise Information System (EIS). Please note: you cannot update the information on the application. If you have concerns about the information in the imported fields, you must contact the appropriate cognizant authority to make any necessary updates (see below).
Personal information (Name, DOB, Sex)
A student can change personal information relevant to his or her permanent record in the Records area of the Registrar's Office. Identification is required for all changes, and legal documentation is required in some cases.
Name Change: Most name changes are a result of marriage or other legal matter. To make an official name change a student must provide identification and legal documentation of the change. An example might be a marriage license or divorce decree. The Records department must make a copy of the original document before submitting the official change to the university.
Contact Information (Address, Phone Number & Email Address)
To change your contact information, fill out a change of records form at the Registrar's Office or call 940-565-2111. In addition, most contact information can be changed online at myUNT.
Admissions Record (Undergraduate, Toulouse or International)
High School data (name, GPA, rank, class size, percentile, SAT/ACT scores); Transfer data (attempted hours, cumulative GPA, last school attended, PTK membership); Graduate School data (last school attended, GMAT, GRE scores).
This information is provided from your Admissions application. Please ensure you have submitted official transcripts and test scores. If you would like to verify the information, please contact the appropriate admissions office:
Academic Record (Undergraduate and Graduate)
UNT hours, Total Hours, UNT cumulative GPA, Program and Grade Level
The Student Academic Records area of the Registrar's Office handles all matters related to a student’s permanent record at the University of North Texas. This includes official grades, original admissions documentation, grade changes, incomplete grade removals and the posting of transfer credit. For more information or questions please feel free to call the Registrar’s Office at (940) 565-2111.
Financial AidMoney provided to the student and the family to help them pay for the student's education. Major forms of financial aid include gift aid (grants and scholarships) and self help aid (loans and work). Record
FAFSA Application Date and EFC
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)The FAFSA is used to apply for Pell Grants and all other aid. Complete your FAFSA via web at www.fafsa.gov . As the name suggests, no fee is charged to file a FAFSA. Follow the directions carefully to ensure proper and efficient processing. is available after October 1 annually. New and continuing UNT students are encouraged to complete the FASFA annually online at www.fafsa.gov. UNT’s school code is 003594. The EFC is reported as 999999 if there is no application on file. For questions about the FAFSA application, please contact SFAS at 940-565-2302 or email email@example.com.