FAST FACTS
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Location:Denton
Setting:Urban
Population:121,123
Enrollment:36,221
On Campus:20%
Language:English
Calendar:Semester
Approximate:
  • Fall 8/25-12/12
  • Spring 01/13-05/01

Tuition & Payments
PLAN A: OPEN
You will pay in-state/in province tuition/fees directly to your host campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.

PLAN B: EVEN
You will pay your normal tuition/fees to your home campus.
EVEN - Host campus accepts no more students than it sends out.

Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Plan A Tuition & Fees:
$4,702

Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Room And Meals:
$4,270

Additional Information
Receive From Canada
PLAN B

Campus Diversity
58%Caucasian
13%African American
15%Hispanic
6%Asian American
1%Native American
6%International
1%Other


Campus Links
Home Page
Catalog

NSE Links
Policies & Procedures
Campus Detail Info
Member Campus Links

How to Apply
Applications are submitted through your home campus coordinator.
Find Your NSE Office


The University of North Texas, a public research University, has more than 36,000 students, making it the 26th largest in the United States. UNT is located in Denton, the nation's seventh fastest growing city, and is less than an hour's drive from both Dallas and Fort Worth in the nation's fourth largest metropolitan area. Light rail connects Denton and Dallas. Students coming to UNT will enjoy living in an area that boasts not only many corporate headquarters, but also some of the nation's finest museums and musical venues, including the Nasher Sculpture Museum in Dallas and the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth, and great professional sports teams.

UNT offers 97 bachelor's degrees, including its great program in jazz studies. Students living on campus will find award-winning dining halls, including organic food in Mean Greens and vegan and vegetarian options in every dining hall. UNT will appeal to students who want a great university with the finest academic opportunities.

Programs
Undergraduate Majors Open to NSE Students

Anthropology: Anthropology

Area Studies: American Multicultural Studies, Gerontology, International Studies, Jewish Studies

Art/Design/Fine Art: Art, Art History, Fine Art, Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Sculpture, Visual Arts

Athletics: Exercise Science, Health and Fitness Teaching, Physical Education

Biological Sciences: Biology/Life Science, Human Biology, Microbiology, Zoology

Business: Accounting, Accounting Control Systems, Advertising, Business, Business Administration, Business Education, Business Information Systems, Electronic Merchandising, Entrepreneurship, Finance/Banking, Home Furnishings Merchandising, Insurance, Logistics, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Marketing Logistics and Transportation, Marketing, Retailing and Merchandising, Organizational Studies, Supply and Logistics Management

Chemistry: Biochemistry, Chemistry

Communications: Communication, Electronic Media, Film, Graphic Communication, Journalism, Newspapers, Radio and Television Studies, Writing/Editing

Criminal Justice: Criminal Justice

Economics: Applied Economics, Economics

Education: Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Communications, Elementary Education, English, French, Health Education, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Secondary Education, Spanish

Engineering: Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Engineering Physics, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

English: Creative Writing, English, Linguistics, Literature, Technical Writing

Environmental Studies: Environmental Sciences

Fashion: Apparel/Fashion Design, Apparel/Fashion Merchandising

Foreign Language: Arabic (some courses), Chinese (some courses), French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese (some courses), Latin, Russian, Spanish

General Studies: Arts and Science, Interdisciplinary Studies, Social Sciences, Social Studies

Geography and Urban Studies: Geography, Real Estate

Geology: Geology

Health and Safety Sciences: Emergency Administration and Planning, Kinesiology, Medical Technology, Rehabilitation Sciences

History: History

Hospitality and Tourism: Hospitality Management, Tourism and Travel

Industrial Studies: Production and Operations Management

Information Studies: Computer Information Systems, Computer Programming, Computer Science, Decision Science, Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology

International Studies: International Relations, International Studies

Library Science: Library Science

Mathematics: Mathematics

Military Sciences: Air Force ROTC, Army ROTC

Music: Choral Music

Performing Arts: Choral Music, Dance, Music, Music Education, Music History, Music Performance, Music Theory and Composition, Music/Jazz Studies, Performance, Theater Arts/Drama, Theater Design Technology

Philosophy/Religious Studies: Philosophy, Religion

Physics: Physics

Political Science: American Political Science, Government, International Studies, Peace Studies, Political Science, Public Administration/Affairs

Psychology: Psychology

Recreation: Leisure Studies, Recreation

Sociology/Social Work: Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Science, Sociology, Women and Gender Studies, Womens Studies

Speech Pathology and Audiology: Speech Pathology and Audiology

Technology: Construction Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Emergency Administration and Planning, Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Technology, Nuclear Engineering Technology, Technology Education

Closed Programs
Social Work.

Limitations
Studio art, advanced music, radio, television, and film, all classes in the College of Visual Art and Design

Notable Academic Programs
Music, Business Administration

Special Options
Honors Access: Yes

Conditions
GPA and Other Academic Requirements
  • No students accepted from NSE members within my own state
  • 2.5 GPA
  • None.
Exchange Preferences
  • Full-year exchange Accepted
  • Single term exchange Accepted
Mid-Year Exchange (Exchange that begins with the Spring/Winter Term)
  • Available
Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Students
  • No graduate or post-baccalaureate students
Summer Exchange
  • Not available
International Students (Visa Students)
  • Will not accept
Tuition/Fees
  • Fees are subject to change without notice.
  • Two semesters = one academic year
  • Three quarters = one academic year
Tuition and Fees Per Semester - Plan A Students
  • Figures are current as of 9/11/2014.
  • Estimated cost: $4,702.
  • Expect 5-15% increase for the subsequent academic year.
  • Figures are based on 15 hours. Actual costs may be greater or less depending upon your actual enrollment.
  • Figures do not include costs you will incur for course specific enrollment (e.g., laboratory courses, student teaching, studio art)
  • See below for credit hour restrictions and/or miscellaneous fees applicable to Plan A students.
Tuition and Fees - Plan B Students
  • No tuition/fees are paid to the host campus.
  • Figures do not include costs you will incur for course specific enrollment (e.g., laboratory courses, student teaching, studio art)
  • See below for credit hour restrictions and/or miscellaneous fees applicable to Plan B students.
Maximum Credit Hours Per Semester
  • Plan A: 19 ($332 per additional hour)
  • Plan B: 19 ($332 per additional hour)
Miscellaneous Fees - Per Semester
Figures are current as of 9/11/2014.

Purpose Amount Period Plan Status
NSE Program Fee: $25 Year Plan A & B Mandatory
Housing Deposit: $400 Semester Plan A & B Optional
Parking Fee: $220 Year Plan A & B Optional

Exchange with Canada - Health Insurance
Students must purchase campus health insurance at $0 per semester.

Financial Aid
Plan A
For Plan A U.S. students, aid is awarded by and disbursed from your host campus. Students apply for federally funded financial aid by using the FAFSA code of their host campus. Host campuses award aid to incoming Plan A students on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funds are available. Ask your home campus NSE coordinator if your campus awards aid to their own outgoing students. If so, do not apply for aid from your host campus.

For eligible Plan A applicants U.S. federal financial aid may be available in the following programs:

  • Pell
  • Plus
Use FAFSA CODE: 003594

Plan B
For Plan B students, aid is awarded by and disbursed from your home campus.

Canada
Regardless of Plan A or Plan B, students exchanging to or from Canada, apply for financial aid at their home campus.
Room/Meals
  • Figures are current as of 9/11/2014.
  • Expect 5% or more increase for the subsequent academic year.
  • Figures are based on the average room and meal plan selected by NSE students. Actual costs may be greater or less depending upon your selected room type and meals.
  • Two semesters = one academic year
  • Three quarters = one academic year
On-Campus Housing Per Semester
  • Double: $4,270 (includes meals)
  • Full-year contract required for a full-year exchange
Off-Campus Housing
  • Appoximate monthly cost: $750
  • Proximity to campus: 1 miles
  • Local Public Transportation Available to Campus
Notes About Housing
Will reserve the number of rooms needed

Meal Plans Per Semester

  • Meal purchase is not required for on campus living.


All data in this document is the responsibility of the campus and has been provided by the campus NSE coordinator.