At UNT full-time undergraduate students will pay the same amount for university tuition and fees in a fall or spring semester regardless of how many hours they take. You are considered full-time once you register for 12 hours or more at any one campus. On campus, off campus, and Internet courses are all considered as part of the main Denton campus. UNT Dallas students are considered full-time once registered for 12 or more hours at the UNT Dallas campus.
This means you may choose to take as many hours as you want without paying any more in university tuition and fees than you would if you registered for only 12 hours. Any combination of on campus, off campus, and Internet classes that total 12 or more hours is considered full-time. For example, a student taking 6 hours at the main Denton campus and 6 hours on the Internet will be considered full-time and pay the full-time rate.
As usual, the course-specific fees, which vary by discipline (because a history class costs less to teach than an electrical engineering or studio art class), will be added to your tuition bill.
Also, it is important to know that two costs make up tuition at public Texas universities university tuition* and statutory tuition**.
UNT’s tuition rate for full-time undergraduates will include the university tuition and mandatory fees for 12 or above hours. You still will need to pay the additional $50** per hour of statutory tuition required for each hour you take above 12.
*University or Board Designated tuition is the portion of the tuition costs that the UNT System Board of Regents sets.
**Statutory tuition is the portion of the tuition costs that the state of Texas sets.
The cost of statutory tuition may increase during the legislative session.