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Welcome!

The UNT Student Financial Aid & Scholarships team is dedicated to assisting students and families throughout the financial aid process. The 2022-2023 FAFSA and TASFA applications are available now! Take a look at our Top Financial Aid & Scholarships FAQs asked by students and find information about Winter Session & Financial Aid! Go to the Scrappy Says website, look under "Schedule Appointment" and click on Student Financial Aid & Scholarships to reserve your place in line!

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Questions? Scrappy has answers!

Scrappy Says is your online resource for help topics about course registration, records, financial aid, your student account and more. Find answers or schedule an appointment today!

One investment, a lifetime of returns.


Earning a college degree is one of the most important investments you will make in your life. College graduates earn twice as much over their career as high-school graduates. There are many ways to help cover the cost of your education. Let us help you find a way that works best for you!

Paying for College


  • Scholarships


    A scholarship is an award that doesn't need to be paid back.

  • Grants


    A grant is a financial gift that doesn't have to be repaid.

  • Work Study


    Offset your college expenses with a part-time job.

  • Loans


    A student loan is money you borrow and repay with interest.

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The 2022-23 FAFSA is now available!


FAFSA is a free application used to determine financial aid eligibility. To complete the FAFSA, you must first create an FSA ID.
Who should complete it? EVERYONE—every year!

  • UNT FAFSA Code: 003594

Not eligible for FAFSA? Fill out the TASFA

Important Dates & Deadlines

  • Dec 10

    Last Day of Fall 2021 Term

  • Dec 10

    Deadline to Accept Fall 2021 Loans

  • Jan 15

    2022/2023 Financial Aid Priority Deadline

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Estimate your cost to attend UNT.


Don't lose your financial aid!


Did you know factors such as grades, residency, course load, and attendance can affect your loans, scholarships and more? Learn how to stay eligible for your financial aid.