Transfer Excellence Scholarships are available to undergraduate students that have a demonstrated track record of academic success who are transferring to UNT for the first time from a community college or an accredited university. These two-year awards range from $1,500 to $4,000 per year based on transfer cumulative GPA.
As a special bonus, Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) degree holders with a 3.0 transfer GPA or higher from Collin College, Dallas College, North Central Texas College or Tarrant County College qualify for a one-time $500 bonus award. This award is in addition to any award level of the Transfer Excellence Scholarship.
Transfer Excellence Scholarships and the bonus for AA/AS degree completers are offered to eligible students who wish to transfer to UNT in either the Fall or Spring term.
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3.75 - 4.0 GPA
3.5 - 3.74 GPA
3.0 - 3.49 GPA
$500 bonus award available for eligible Associate degree holders!*
The Pay It Forward Pakistani Scholarship of NT provides scholarship support for undergraduate and graduate students at UNT that meet all the following criteria:
This scholarship is managed by International Affairs and is open to all students at UNT. The Pay It Forward Pakistani Scholarship of NT is included in the UNT Eagle Scholarship Portal, learn how to apply for this and other scholarships at UNT.
The Sakina and Ghulam Ali Endowed Scholarship for UNT at Frisco provides need-based scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students in any degree-granting major at UNT at Frisco. Applicants will complete the FAFSA and a scholarship application including a personal statement that addresses what the applicant would do, if selected, to show gratitude for receiving the scholarship and/or pay it forward by contributing towards another student’s education if their financial position allows them to do so. This endowed scholarship was created in honor of Sakina and Ghulam Ali, who sacrificed tremendously to ensure that both their children would become first generation college graduates.