University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, is one of the largest universities in the state. Academics, student life activities and financial aid options are numerous and wide ranging.
University of North Texas is home to more than 10 distinctive schools, which award more than 200 degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Some of the university's degree-granting schools include:
- Arts and Sciences
- Public Affairs and Community Service
- Visual Arts and Design
College life activities include numerous student clubs and organizations, student government activities, volunteer opportunities, and arts and cultural activities.
The University of North Texas awards various scholarships to help eligible students cover tuition costs. The criteria for most freshman scholarships are high school ranking and ACT or SAT scores. Continuing students who wish to obtain scholarships should have a minimum GPA of 3.25. University of North Texas also provides federal and state grants, federal and private loans and work-study awards. There are also academic grants for those pursuing specific majors or professions.
Prospective students must submit an online application, along with transcripts and SAT or ACT scores.
For more information, please visit http://go.unt.edu.
Quick Facts about University of North Texas
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
Mean Green, Lady Eagles
On-Campus Housing Available
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