The coronavirus pandemic and resulting facility closures have created obstacles to students pursuing postgraduate education. The University of North Texas is offering alternatives to on-campus admissions testing and orientation.
UNT is offering the Texas Success Initiative Assessment, better known as the TSI test, in virtual formats.
Testing at UNT is not just for incoming UNT students, but is available for any students through UNT's Testing Center.
COVID-19 testing and vaccination requirements are evolving as the fight against the virus continues. For updates on UNT's latest COVID-19 testing and vaccination requirements, visit the Student Health and Wellness Center website..
Vaccinations and immunizations for students preparing for college are not just about COVID-19. There are other requirements students must meet.
UNT’s Save and Soar program locks in your tuition and any applicable differential tuition for four years. You’ll pay a small premium in your first semester which will lock in your cost so you can plan for your academic future and graduate on time.
Students who plan to attend UNT in the fall but were unable to take the SAT or ACT entrance exams can be accepted through the review process.
The top 20 percent of students who are part of the Eagle Advantage Program will automatically be accepted, and students with at least a 3.0 grade-point average will be looked upon favorably.
However, students who were not able to take the SAT or ACT need take the TSI test before enrolling in classes. Click here for more information on testing.
UNT policy requires first-year undergraduate students to live on campus. However, UNT Housing will consider requests for an exemption from the first-year residence requirement.
UNT will conduct transfer and freshman orientations this summer, but orientations scheduled through the end of July will be held in a virtual format.
Incoming UNT students are encouraged to register for orientation and housing, if applicable, as soon as possible so they can have the best choices for classes and on-campus residences.
High School Career Connect mentors are available via Zoom, Skype, email, or phone should students or parents need assistance.
HSCC is not performing in-person mentoring until further notice, but we are still here to support students in their college and career research and planning. If you have questions, please contact us at HScareerconnect@unt.edu.