UNT Excellence Scholarships
UNT is pleased to offer Excellence Scholarships to entering first-time freshmen that have a demonstrated record of academic success. Effective for the incoming Fall 2021 freshman class, there are six award levels of Excellence Scholarships.
|Excellence Scholarship Award Level||Annual Award*||Duration||Total Award|
|President's Elite||$12,000/year||4 years||$48,000|
|President's Honors||$10,000/year||4 years||$40,000|
|Dean's Scholarship||$7,000/year||4 years||$28,000|
|North Texas Scholarship||$5,000/year||4 years||$20,000|
|Eagle Scholarship||$4,000/year||4 years||$16,000|
|Scrappy Scholarship||$1,000/year||4 years||$4,000|
The level of award is determined by consideration of a student’s class rank and unweighted high school grade point average (hs GPA). Please note that specific class ranking or academic achievement does not guarantee receipt of an Excellence Scholarship or a specific award level. Students must meet UNT's minimum admission requirements to be considered for a UNT Excellence Scholarship.
Attention 2021 Graduating Seniors
Apply to UNT today, and complete your admission requirements as soon as possible to compete for available funding. Scholarship offers for Fall 2021 incoming freshman will begin soon!
EligibilityTo be eligible for UNT Excellence Scholarship consideration, a student must be:
- A first-time freshman admitted to UNT for the fall term immediately following high school graduation.
- Admitted by March 1, 2021. Students are advised to apply no later than February 1st to allow adequate time for processing.
- A full-time student taking a minimum of 12 UNT hours each fall and spring semester.
- Eligible non-Texas residents and international students are also considered for UNT Excellence Scholarships.
- Non-residents of Texas and international students who receive an Excellence Scholarship qualify for the in-state tuition rate for the fall, spring, and following summer terms.
- Non-resident Excellence Scholarship recipients living outside of Texas while taking UNT courses (typically online) are charged an Out-of-State Teaching Fee (OSTF) in lieu of tuition and instructional fees. This fee must cover the cost of instruction and is set by each academic department annually. Excellence Scholarship recipients paying OSTF do NOT qualify for in-state tuition rates.
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