Prospective Students

Introduction to TRIO UB Presentation 

Qualifications

Students in Upward Bound come from families where neither parent has earned a college degree or who will need financial assistance to pay for college. Approximately 70% of all Upward Bound participants must be members of traditionally underserved student groups (neither parent has earned a college degree and the student is low-income) while the remaining students must be one of those two or a student who is at high risk of academic failure).

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The guideline to determine income status is set by the Federal Government. They define the term "low-income individual" as an individual whose family's taxable income for the preceding year did not exceed 150 percent of the poverty level amount.

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Recruiting Process

The recruiting process starts in October and ends in early November. Over these two months, prospective students will attend three Saturday meetings where they will experience the Upward Bound program. During their time with us, they will also complete and turn in their application along with all of its parts. Once early November comes the staff will go through all applications that were submitted on time. Every student applying for the program will then receive a letter around the beginning of December informing them if they were accepted, waitlisted, or not accepted into the program.

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Recruiting Schedule 

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October 2 | October 9 | October 23 | November 6 | November 13

Application

The application will be available once recruitment starts. To be placed on the newsletter list just send us an email with your name, high school, and grade level. 

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UB Email: untupwardbound@unt.edu

 

 



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