At UNT, 12 hours is considered full-time for undergraduate students during a long semester (Fall and Spring). All full-time students pay the same amount of UNT tuition and fees, regardless of how many hours you take. You will still have to pay statutory tuition, which is the portion of tuition set by the state and it is currently $50 per credit hour.
To get on the “Fast Track” to graduating sooner and saving money, set a goal to graduate in four years. Talk to your advisor about what courses to take. Then, at registration, enroll in at least 15 hours a semester. Now you’re on the “Fast Track” to graduating on time!
Students are encouraged to think of 15 hours as their minimum course load. This makes sense because after all, it generally takes 15 hours a semester to graduate in four years. Visit http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/ for more information!
You may be eligible for a $1000 rebate if you:
- are a first-time enrollee in a Texas college/university
- are a Texas resident
- complete your bachelor’s degree having attempted no more than 3 attempted hours in excess of the minimum number of semester hours required for that degree
For additional information and to apply for the rebate during the semester of application for graduation, please contact the Registrar’s Office.
Estimated Annual Cost of Attendance
The financial benefit of graduating on time can also be a difference of up to $60,000 for each year enrolled beyond four years: the cost of one year attendance plus your possible first-year salary of $35,000.
Tuition and Fees (Where your money goes)
You may wonder why college costs so much and where your money goes. Click here for an in-depth look at where your money goes each semester.
UNT Tuition Plans
Eagle Express Plan is more than a tuition, it's a plan for success. Choose Eagle Express and lock in your total academic costs for 4 years. Save up to $3000 in your last 15 hours by graduating in 4 years, and if you qualify for the statewide on-time $1000 tuition rebate, you'll save $4000. It pays to graduate on time! For more information visit: http://eagleexpress.unt.edu/
The Traditional Plan locks in your tuition rate for four years so you can plan ahead. Under the traditional plan, you will pay a 3.9% tuition increase from the 2013-2014 tuition rate and then a 3.9% increase each year for the next 3 years. The traditional plan does not offer the up to $3000 graduation incentive but you may still be eligible for the statewide on-time $1000 tuition rebate.