University of North Texas System

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801 North Texas Boulevard
Denton, Texas 76201

The University of North Texas System serves the North Texas area, boosting economic activity in the region by nearly $2 billion annually. More than 37,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, and system enrollment is projected to increase to about 45,000 students by 2015. The UNT System includes UNT, a student-focused, public, research university located in Denton, Texas and the University of North Texas at Dallas, its mission being to enhance access to high quality education, and to prepare students to become exemplary citizens who can assume leadership positions in a global environment.

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Branch Campuses

University of North Texas at Denton - Degree Completion Services

Phone: 940.369.8044 or Email:
Denton, TX 76203

University of North Texas at Denton - Veterans Services

Phone: 940.369.8021 or
Denton, TX 76203

University of North Texas at Dallas - Degree Completion Services

Phone: 972.780.3642 or
Dallas, TX 75241

University of North Texas at Dallas - Veterans Services

Phone: 972.780.3664 or
Dallas, TX 75241
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Transfer Information

Degree Completion Programs: BAAS in the College of Information and BAAS in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service at Denton. BAAS in Liberal Arts and Life Sciences at Dallas.
Average Tuition and Fees: Texas residents can take 15 semester credit hours for two semesters for $8,355.60 (Denton) or $6,600 (Dallas) in 2011-12 ($17,745.60 at Denton or $15,900 at Dallas for nonresidents), plus fees related to instruction.
Associate Degree Required: An Associate Degree is not required.
Technical/ vocational Course Credit Accepted: If you are pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Arts & Science (BAAS) degree, a majority of your AAS or career/tech credit may transfer. The BAAS degree option lets you combine your specialized course work with additional classes to create customized plan.
Credit For Experience: Available through the BAAS, College of Information. Contact for more information.
Delivery Method: Face to face. Blended and on-line at Denton only.
Minimum Grade: 2.0
Credits (Min/Max): To graduate with a bachelor's degree, 25 percent of the university minimum of 120 hours must be taken in residence at UNT. At least 24 of the hours earned in residence must consist of advanced work.
Transfer Policy Document: UNT System Transfer Credit Policy.pdf
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Application Deadlines

Fall Priority / Final

March 1 / August 1

Spring Priority / Final

December 1 / January 1

Summer Priority

May 1

Summer I Final

June 1

Summer II Final

July 1
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Application Requirements

Minimum GPA: If you have more than 44 credit hours, the minimum GPA requirement is 2.0; 30-44 credit hours requires a 2.25; fewer than 30 credit hours requires a 2.5. All are on a 4.0 scale.
Official Transcripts: Submit separate, official transcripts from every university and college you have attended. If you have earned fewer than 30 college credit hours, also submit an official transcript from your high school.
SAT Scores: Submit SAT or ACT scores, including the writing section, if you have fewer than 30 college credit hours. If you have 30 or more college credit hours, SAT or ACT scores are not required.
Letters of Recommendation: Letters of Recommendation are not required.
Essay: An essay is not required. You may be required to write a statement of purpose and include it in your Admissions packet in lieu of the submission of standardized test scores.
Application Fee: $60 (US citizens), $75 (international students)
Interview: An interview is not required.
Other Requirements: Check your TSI (Texas Success Initiative) status in the bottom right corner of your page or call 940-565-4403, Based on your SAT, ACT or TAKS score, you may be required to take additional test before enrolling.
apply online:
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Scholarships and Financial Aid

Transfer students are eligible to apply for financial aid. The FAFSA is available each January for the upcoming academic year and should be completed early. The fastest/best way to apply is online. Scholarships are also available to transfer students.