A scholarship is a financial award given to a student on the basis of academic achievement and promise. Many scholarships are awarded based on merit. However, some also take into account financial need. Scholarships do not have to be repaid.
The University of North Texas is a comprehensive university that offers many 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 term. 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. The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships (SFAS) coordinates all scholarship awards once they have been awarded. In order to understand UNT's coordinated approach to scholarships, please learn about the types of scholarships offered, and who manages the scholarship awarding processes.
What types of scholarships are available to incoming and continuing students?
The Student Financial Aid and Scholarships office administers these scholarships.
First-time Student Scholarships
Transfer Student Scholarships
Continuing Undergraduate Students
New and Continuing Graduate Students
These scholarships are made available through designated contributions from donors. The SFAS office and many other campus departments manage these awards. Donors specify what department they want to manage the scholarship along with the award's eligibility criteria.
Private agencies and other organizations fund these scholarships.