Students walking near the Eagle Student Services Center

"I'm ready. Where do I start?"

As a new, continuing or post-baccalaureate student, you will find information here about how and when to apply, requirements for admission to the university, orientation sessions and much more. Also on this page, U.S. military active duty members and veterans will find information from the UNT Student Veterans Services office.

If you are interested in becoming a UNT student, the following information will help you start the process. To learn more about the university before making a decision to apply, please sign up for a campus tour!

The following information is your path to a career in health care! Let's get started!

Choose your classification(s), then follow the links.

Incoming Student  |  Continuing Student Post-Baccalaureate Student | Veteran or Active Duty Military Student

Incoming Student

How and When to Apply to UNT

Freshmen   |   Transfer Students
International Students   |   Graduate

Contact Admissions: 940-565-2681 |

Admissions Requirements and Other Directions

Freshmen   |   Transfer Students 
International Students   |   Graduate

​New Student Orientation

Each student who has been admitted to UNT must attend a new student orientation. At orientation, you will learn more about your degree programs, understand how your courses transfer to UNT, and register for your courses in the upcoming fall/spring/summer term. 

Freshmen   |   Transfer Students
International Students   |   Graduate*

Contact Orientation and Transition Programs:
940-565-4198 | 

*Some graduate programs do not require their students to attend a new student orientation. If you are a post-baccalaureate student seeking a second bachelor's degree or taking prerequisites for a professional school, you are not required to attend a new student orientation. However, depending on your path, an orientation may be beneficial.

Academic Advising

Visit the UNT Health Career Advising web page to see who advises the area of your interest.

Cost of Attendance

Undergraduates: Eagle Express Tuition Plan
Undergraduates: Traditional Tuition Plan
Undergraduates: Calculate an Estimate under the
Eagle Express Tuition Plan
All Students: Calculate an estimate under the 
Traditional Tuition Plan
Contact Student Financial Services: 940-565-3225 |

Financial Aid

Freshmen  |  Transfer Students   |   Graduate Students

Other Emerald Eagle Scholars, International Students, Undocumented Students, Veterans

Types of Aid offered to students

Maintaining Eligibility for financial aid

General Information about financial aid and the process

Contact Student Financial Aid and Scholarships:


Types of scholarships

How to Apply for scholarships

Contact Student Financial Aid and Scholarships:

Housing and Meal Plans

Undergraduate and graduate Student Housing Rates

Meal Plan Rates

Tours of housing

Apply for housing

Contact Housing: 940-565-2610 |

Parking and Transportation Services

Parking Information and Permits

On-Campus Transit including bus routes and schedules

Visitor Information

Campus Parking Map

Contact Transportation Services:

Continuing Student

Academic Advising

Current UNT students who are interested in exploring a career in health care are invited to visit our advising webpage to find the applicable contact information.

Post-Baccalaureate Student

Second Bachelor's Degree Seeking

If you plan to earn a second bachelor's degree in a health field*, your first step is to apply to UNT. You then need to complete the application form for a second bachelor's degree and return it to the Toulouse Graduate School's admissions office in the Eagle Student Services Center. As a second-bachelor's-degree-seeking student, you are not required to attend an orientation, but it is encouraged if you are new to UNT. You do need to contact the appropriate advising office for details about your degree plan and the classes for which you need to register. 

*Health-related bachelor's degrees at UNT consist of the following: Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Biomedical Engineering, Information Science with a concentration in Management and Health Informatics, Kinesiology, Health Promotion, Public Health, and Rehabilitation Studies.

Graduate Non-Degree Seeking

If you are planning to take only prerequisites for professional schools**, your first step is to apply to UNT as a non-degree seeking student. As a non-degree seeking student, you may not be eligible for financial aid. Please contact the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Office for more information. If you would like to learn more about becoming a 'Graduate Non-Degree Seeking' student, please visit the Toulouse Graduate School web page about Other Graduate Opportunities.

**Professional schools consist of the following: medical, dental, pharmacy, physician assistant, veterinary, optometry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, podiatry, nursing, etc.

Veteran, Active Duty Military Student

Thank you for your service! We want to help you make your transition to UNT as smooth as possible. Below you will find some resources offered to all veterans on campus. This checklist will also provide a roadmap on how to get the process started.

Information for Veterans and Military, Office of the Registrar

Student Veterans Services

Student Veterans Association

SALUTE Veterans National Honors Society

Psychological Services for Service Members and Veterans