The University of North Texas is a comprehensive university that offers scholarships to help you finance your education. Many students compete for scholarships, which are awarded on merit and on a first-come, first-served basis to students enrolling in the fall semester.
We recommend you apply to UNT as early as possible. The availability of all scholarship funding is affected by many factors such as the state's economy and the stock market's performance.
Incoming student scholarships:
Most UNT scholarships for incoming students (entering freshmen and transfer students) are administered by Student 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). and Scholarships, with students competing automatically for a limited number of renewable scholarshipsA renewable scholarship is a scholarship that is awarded for more than one year. Usually the student must maintain certain academic standards to be eligible for subsequent years of the award. Some renewable scholarships will require the student to reapply for the scholarship each year; others will just require a report on the student's progress to a degree.. These scholarships are awarded based on a student's academic performance in high school or at their previous college or university. No application is needed; information is pulled from your Application for Admission. More details on these awards are available inside this brochure.
Incoming and continuing student scholarships:
Visit the Scholarships section of this website for information about applying for scholarships, and scholarship application deadlines.
Below is a list of scholarships that are available.
Graduate students are encouraged to visit the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies website for available scholarships.