Consumer Information & Guidelines

Consumer Information

Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Professionals

In order to prevent any conflicts of interest in the administration of programs for Federal Student Assistance, UNT has adopted a Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Professionals.

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Consumer Information for Return of Title IV Funds

Review information on return of Title IV funds due to officially or unofficially withdrawing from the university.

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Student Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that postsecondary institutions participating in federal student aid programs make certain disclosures to students.

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Financial Aid Guidelines

Academic Program Information

Review important academic program information.

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Balance Owed After a Refund

Federal regulations prohibit Title IV/Federal financial aid from paying the following charges:

  • Installment plan charge, Short Term Loan Origination Fee, Memorial Loan fee, Late payment or default fees
  • Excess hours tuition fee
  • Repeat course fee

Once federal financial aid has paid tuition, fees and housing charges (if applicable), you may receive a refund yet still owe a balance to UNT because of finance and/or overtime charges. Payment arrangements would need to be made for the remaining balance to secure your classes.

Prior Year Balance Information

Federal regulations prohibit the release of funds to your student account when a balance over $200 from any previous academic year is present. Financial aid awarded to you will not be disbursed to your student account until the outstanding balance is resolved. Do not delay in resolving this issue so that we may deliver your financial aid to you in a timely manner.

Satisfactory Academic Progress

To comply with federal regulations, the University of North Texas is required to review your Satisfactory Academic Progress.

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Student Rights and Responsibilities

It is your responsibility as a student to know and abide by these guidelines.

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Terms and Conditions

Review the terms and conditions you must agree to when accepting your financial aid.

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Withdrawing from the university, dropping classes, and failing all classes will impact your financial aid. For information on the official withdrawal process, contact the Office of the Registrar.

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