UNT Promise Programs and Partnerships ensure eligible students will receive a combination of federal, state, and/or institutional funding to cover the full cost of tuition and mandatory fees in fall and spring semesters. Funding is renewable for up to 4 years toward a student's first bachelor's degree.
Financial Aid Offers are sent via email to students who have been admitted to UNT and have completed all financial aid application steps. Financial aid communications to students are sent to the UNT email address, known as EagleConnect Email.Please be advised: Promise Program or Partnership recipients will not see a specific fund on their financial aid award notice that is labeled “Promise” or by a partnership name. A combination of federal, state, and/or institutional funding will cover the full cost of tuition and fees for eligible students. Promise Program or Partnership eligible students will receive a letter via email notifying them of their eligibility for the applicable program beginning in April 2023. All Promise Program or Partnership notices are sent by the end of May.
In addition to the criteria as listed above, please see the following program specific details:
The T3 Partnership includes 24 participating high schools within Fort Worth ISD and Crowley ISD. To be considered for the UNT T3 Partnership Program, students graduating from participating high schools must complete the T3 Partnership Pledge through the T3 Partnership Program and adhere to all criteria and deadlines.
Red River Promise includes 14 participating high schools in Cook County, Montague County and Young County . To be considered for the UNT Red River Promise Program, students graduating from participating high schools must complete the Red River Promise Pledge through the Red River Promise Program and adhere to all criteria and deadlines.
Texoma Promise includes 23 participating high schools. To be considered for the UNT Texoma Promise Program, students graduating from participating high schools must complete the Texoma Promise Pledge through the Texoma Promise Program and adhere to all criteria and deadlines.
Dallas Promise includes 69 participating high schools throughout Dallas County to include Dallas ISD, DeSoto ISD, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, Cedar Hill ISD, Duncanville ISD, Garland ISD, Grand Prairie ISD, Irving ISD, Lancaster ISD, Mesquite ISD, and Richardson ISD .
To be considered for the UNT Dallas Promise Program, students must complete the Dallas Promise Path Form through the Dallas County Promise Program and adhere to all criteria and deadlines.
UNT Promise Programs and Partnerships are renewable for up to four years for students who entered the program as first-time freshman and two years for those who entered the program with their associates degree.
To maintain eligibility in subsequent years, student must: