Applicants who meet the admission priority date for scholarship consideration will be given first consideration for scholarships, based on their completed admission and scholarship applications and available funding.
Submit the ApplyTexas Application early to ensure that all high school records and entrance exams are current with UNT for scholarship consideration. ApplyTexas Applications received after the admission priority date not be complete in time for eligibility to be confirmed for the General Scholarship Application. Specific questions regarding your admission application should be directed to UNT Admissions.
UNT is committed to providing the best undergraduate educational experience in Texas, and our renewable scholarships for incoming freshman is just one example of our commitment!
Awards range from $3,000 to 8,000 per year based on high school rank and test scores.
UNT Excellence Scholarships are available to entering freshman who are in the top 50% of their high school graduating class and score at least 1100 on the SAT (Math/Reading Sections) or 24 on the ACT. International students admitted as entering freshman are also considered for these scholarships based on the required high school rank and test scores noted.
Students considering UNT are encouraged to access the Scholarship Calculator to estimate your scholarship eligibility. Note: Students meeting the minimum criteria for both elements (high school rank and test score) may not meet eligibility requirements for an award.
Entering freshmen admitted for the fall term immediately following high school graduation are evaluated for scholarship awards based on completed admission and scholarship applications. UNT will continue to award these scholarships for the academic year (fall/spring) based on available funding, with priority consideration given to the earliest applicants. Students should ensure their most current transcripts and test scores are updated with UNT Admissions.
Keep the following in mind with regard to scholarship consideration:
UNT Excellence Scholarship awards have the potential to be renewed for students meeting the continuing eligibility requirements. Maximum length of award and renewal information is provided to students when an official scholarship offer is extended.
Non-Texas residents assessed non-resident tuition receiving this competitive scholarship are assessed tuition costs at the in-state rate for the fall, spring and the following summer terms. Students receiving a competitive scholarship wavier of non-resident tuition must complete Selective Service Registration, according to applicable Texas Education Code 51.9095. Non-Texas residents residing outside of Texas and only enrolled in online courses should contact their major department for specifics regarding tuition charges.
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