One of America's 100 Best College Buys® for 16 consecutive years, UNT offers the quality of a private university at an affordable cost. The 2012-13 tuition cost estimate for 9 graduate semester credit hours each is $6,702 for Texas residents and $13,020 for nonresidents (plus additional instructional fees).
Financial Aid makes it possible for thousands of students to attend UNT. Learn the basics of financial aid, including eligibility, financial need determination, and how to apply using the FAFSA.
Effective Fall 2012, graduate and professional students are no longer eligible to receive subsidized loans. For more information, you can review the Department of Education's electronic Announcement.
The Toulouse Graduate School offers several Fellowships and Scholarships. These range from $500 a semester to $33,000 a year, including health benefits.
Assistantships are available on a limited basis in most graduate programs. These positions provide funds for many masters and doctoral students. Each department or program has its own requirements and expectations for their assistants and fellows.
As a student at UNT, you are eligible to apply to on-campus, hourly student positions through the Career Center. Many of these positions are College Work Study eligible.
International students are not eligible to receive federal financial aid (applied for through the FAFSA). However, you may apply for UNT-International Admissions scholarships and grants, as well as teaching and research assistantships, and any of the scholarships or fellowships offered through the Toulouse Graduate School.
As a military service member or veteran, you can use your GI Bill or Hazlewood benefits to help pay for college expenses.