For Classes Held at All Locations Except UNT System Center at Dallas
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Undergraduate Classes - Eagle Express Tuition Plan
|For Classes Held at All Locations Except UNT System Center at Dallas
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Undergraduate Classes
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Graduate Classes
Tuition and fee rates are published in pdf format.
Additional fee information is listed below.
The tuition column includes Statutory Tuition and Board Designated Tuition.
Effective Fall 2014: Statutory Tuition for Texas Residents is $50.00 per credit hour. Statutory Tuition for Non-Residents is $412.00 per credit hour. Board Designated Tuition for the Traditional Tuition Plan is $190.13 per credit hour. Board Designated Tuition for the Eagle Express Tuition Plan is $209.44 per credit hour.
Graduate students are also charged Board Authorized Tuition of $50.00 per credit hour and Board Designated Graduate Tuition of $25.00 per credit hour, but do not pay the Undergraduate Advising fee. Specific information regarding the mandatory fees is listed below.
The following fees are waived if students are only enrolled in courses at locations other than the Denton campus: Property Deposit, Medical Service Fee, Student Union Fee, Recreational Facility Fee, Transportation Fee, Environmental Services Fee and Intercollegiate Athletics Fee.
Certain mandatory fees are prorated in the summer sessions if students are enrolled in more than one session during the summer term.
**Instructional fees vary by course and are not included in the total.
-College of Business Masters students are charged a Masters Program Fee. The fee is a flat $500.00 per semester. The purpose of the fee is to provide enhanced support services to College of Business masters students.
- College of Engineering students are charged a program fee for all engineering courses. The charge for each graduate course taken is $55.00 per credit hour and the charge for each undergraduate course taken is $45.00 per credit hour. The purpose of the fee is to cover the cost of equipment, research facilities, and support services.
The charge for auditing classes includes the current Board Designated Tuition rate (12 hours for Fall/Spring Terms and 6 Hours in the Summer Term) and the Student Union Fee. The cost for auditing a class is lower for students currently enrolled at UNT. Individuals interested in auditing a class should go to the academic department offering the class to determine space availability and request permission. If approved, the department will provide the individual with two audit cards. The cards should be taken to Student Accounting in the Eagle Student Services Center to complete the payment process.
The information in this web site is provided to better assist students and parents in assessing the cost of enrolling at the University of North Texas (UNT). While this information is intended to be comprehensive, tuition and fees are subject to increase or decrease by action of the Texas Legislature and/or the Board of Regents of UNT. Students are responsible for any additional amounts due UNT resulting from post audits and corrections, including all fees and waivers; i.e. registration assessing errors, changing from off-campus to on-campus classes, invalid employment waivers, etc.
UNT is a state-supported institution and, as such, is subject to state laws. Since state law prohibits the extension of credit, all financial obligations to the university must be made when due. The university cannot cash checks made payable to it and the student. Checks made payable to the university and the student can be applied to a student’s account balance after obtaining the proper endorsement.
It is the policy of the University of North Texas not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, disabled veteran status, or Veterans of the Vietnam Era status, in its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment policies. In addition to complying with federal and state equal opportunity laws and regulations, the university through its Diversity Policy declares harassment based on individual differences (including sexual orientation) inconsistent with its mission and educational goals. Direct questions or concerns to the Equal Opportunity Office, (940) 565-2456, or the Dean of Students, (940) 565-2648. TDD access: (800) 735-2989.
Student Service Fee
$14.41 per hour
Student service fees are assessed in proportion to the number of semester credit hours for which a student registers to cover the cost of student services that directly involve or benefit students, including, but not limited to, recreational activities, artist and lecture series, cultural entertainment series, debating and oratorical activities and student government.
Intercollegiate Athletics Fee
$10.00 per hour
This fee is assessed in proportion to the number of semester credit hours for which a student registers to cover the cost of UNT athletics programs.
Recreational Facility Fee
Prorated in Summer sessions
A fixed Recreational Facility fee is collected from each enrolled student for the purpose of constructing and operating the Recreational Facility on campus.
The Environmental Services Fee is used to fund environmentally related projects/activities on campus such as energy and water conservation, waste reduction and recycling, sustainable campus dining and student projects. The fee is waived for students taking all of their courses off campus and is not charged for summer sessions.
Student Union Fee
$167.00 Fall/Spring (Effective Fall 2014)
Prorated in Summer sessions
A fixed Student Union fee is collected from each enrolled student for the purpose of operating, maintaining, improving and equipping the Student Union. Activities financed by the student union fee are limited to those in which the entire student body is eligible to participate.
Technology Use Fee
$13.00 per hour
Technology use fees are collected in proportion to the number of credit hours for which a student registers to defray costs associated with the addition of instructional equipment in classrooms and student computer laboratories, development of the degree audit system and instruction-related activities in the Computing Center and classroom technology support.
Medical Services Fee
Prorated in Summer sessions
The fixed medical services fee is used solely to provide medical services to students enrolled at the university.
Library Use Fee
$16.50 per hour
The library use fee is collected in proportion to the number of credit hours for which a student registers to support the development and maintenance of Library collections, as well as to provide expanded operating hours and other services to meet student needs.
Undergraduate Advising Fee
$3.25 per hour
The undergraduate advising fee supports the advising function for undergraduate courses.
$3.50 per hour
The transportation fee supports the shuttle bus systems that transports students to, and around, various locations on campus.
International Education Fee
Prorated in Summer sessions
A fixed international education fee is collected from each enrolled student to be used in support of an international education financial aid fund. This fund allows an equal opportunity for all students to participate in student exchange and study abroad programs.
Prorated in Summer sessions
A fixed publication fee is collected from each enrolled student to defray costs associated with publication and distribution of schedules of classes, catalogs, tuition and fee registers and other publications available to all students.
International Student Fee
$75.00 Per Semester
A fixed international student fee is charged to all non-immigrant visa students for each term in which they enroll in UNT. The fee is billed with tuition and other fees.
Amount varies per course
Instructional fees fall into the following three fee categories. Please note that for billing purposes, these fee categories are grouped together and billed as one instructional fee.
Instructional fees will be due at the time of registration or the payment deadline for early registered students. These fees are refundable according to the university refund policy. If a student desires to know what portion of an instructional fee falls into each category listed below, they may contact Student Accounting & University Cashiering Services at (940) 565-3225 or the Registrar's Office at (940) 565-2111.
1. Course Fees
Course fees are charged to cover consumable supplies, syllabi, tests, salaries and wages of employees who assist in the preparation, distribution and supply of classroom materials and some equipment purchases related directly to student participation in the classroom or laboratory. Course fees can, in some instances, save students money by bulk purchasing of goods and services. These fees are set at the minimum cost of services that all students in the department or division receive.
2. Laboratory Fees
Laboratory fees are only applicable to courses which require students to register for a laboratory section. Laboratory fees are collected to cover the cost of materials and supplies used by students in the laboratory. The laboratory fee may not be less than $2 nor more than $30 for any one semester or summer term.
3. Special Service Fees
Special service fees are collected to help offset the cost of materials and services a student is eligible to receive while enrolled in a course. These fees are directly related to classroom, laboratory or practicum activity and may cover the wages of employees who assist in the instructional process such as models, tutors, proctors or laboratory assistants.
Property Damage Deposit
All students, except those enrolled in only off-campus courses or covered by other specific waivers, must pay a $10.00 General Property Deposit at the time of first registering at the University. The deposit may be forfeited to cover any outstanding financial obligation at the University.
The fee will otherwise be refunded to the student upon withdrawal or graduation from the University. If the deposit has not been refunded to the student within four years of the last enrollment, it will be forfeited as specified by state law.
Late Registration Fee
A flat fee of $50.00 (effective Summer 2013) will be charged to students registering at any time during the designated late registration period.
National Student Exchange fee
A flat fee of $200.00 will be charged to students who apply for an exchange to another university through National Student Exchange.
NSE Incoming Student Fee
A flat fee of $25.00 will be charged to students coming to UNT on exchange from another university through National Student Exchange.
Credit by Exam Fee
UNT awards undergraduate college credit on the basis of local and national examinations, subject to general limitations. Examinations are offered by several UNT departments. A $53.00 fee is collected from those students who take credit by examination at UNT.
University Center at Dallas Fee
Students enrolling for upper-division undergraduate courses or graduate courses offered by the partner universities of the University Center at Dallas, may enroll at their home institution for courses offered by the other UCD universities. UCD is located in downtown Dallas. A $15.00 per hour fee is collected from students who are enrolled at UCD.
Collin Higher Education Center Fee
Through Collin College, UNT offers one bachelor’s degree, two master’s degrees and two doctoral degrees at the Collin Higher Education Center. A $30.00 per hour fee is collected for students enrolled in UNT classes there.
International Student Health Insurance
Health insurance is required for international students and will be assessed automatically at the time of registration for classes. For further information, please contact the International Admissions and Advising Center, (940) 565-2195.
|Proficiency Exam Fees|
|Student Use of English||$15.00|
|Foreign Language Exam (Graduate)||$15.00|
|Exam for Credit or Placement||$53.00|
|GED Exam (Cash Only)||$46.00|
| Placement Service Fee
(for 6 months/former students)
|International Student Fee||$75.00 per semester|
|Returned Check Service Charge||$25.00|
|Delinquent Payment Fee (FALL 2011)||$25.00|
|Replacement ID Card||$10.00|
|Universities Center at Dallas Fee (per hour)||$15.00|
|Collin Higher Education Center Fee (per hour)||$30.00|
|Nat'l Student Exchange Fee||$200.00|
|NSE Incoming Student||$25.00|
|Late Filing Fee||$25.00|
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