UNT offers a variety of options to help you pay for your college education. The types of aid listed below require the following: be a U.S citizen or eligible non-citizen; completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid each year by the established priority dates; maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements; and at least half-time enrollment in an eligible program at the university.
Some programs have restrictions based on established need, residency status, classification, and additional required documentation.
A grant is free money and does not have to be repaid. If you withdraw from the university, never begin attending a class(es), or stop attending classes, you may be subject to the Return of Title IV Repayment Policy.
|Name||Eligibility||Annual Award Range||Population||UNT Information|
|Federal Pell Grant||EFC from 0-5486||Up to $6,095||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant||Must be Pell Eligible||Up to $1,000||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|Federal TEACH Grant||Financial Aid Eligible||Up to $4,000||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|TEXAS Grant||EFC from 0-5609 Texas Residency||Up to $5,000||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|Texas Public Education Grant||Financial Need||Varies, up to Need||Undergraduate, Graduate||N/A|
|UNT Grant / UNT Tuition Grant||Financial Need||Varies, up to Need||Undergraduate, Graduate||N/A|
A loan is borrowed money that must be repaid with interest. If you withdraw from the university, never begin attending a class(es), or stop attending classes, you may be subject to the Return of Title IV Repayment Policy.
|Name||Annual Award Range||Population||UNT Information|
|Federal Direct Subsidized Loan||Up to $5,500 (Undergrad only)||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan||Up to $12,500 (Undergraduate)
Up to $20,500 (Graduate)
|Undergraduate, Graduate||Learn more|
|Parent PLUS Loan||Varies, up to COA||Undergraduate only||Learn more|
|Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan||Varies, up to COA||Graduate only||Learn more|
|Private Loans||Varies, up to COA||Undergraduate, Graduate||Learn more|
|Texas B-On-Time (BOT) Loan||This loan is no longer being awarded to new borrowers|
The College Work-Study program allows students to work part-time in specified positions to earn up to $2500 per semester to help pay for educational expenses.
If you are a department interested in participating or are currently participating in the College Work-Study program, learn more and download the participation forms.