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Undergraduate students at the University of North Texas have the choice between the Save and Soar Tuition Plan and Traditional Tuition.
Students interested in the Save and Soar Tuition Plan must meet Texas residency requirements and be seeking a bachelor's degree to be eligible for this plan. Details are available online here.
Students charged traditional tuition pay the UNT Board approved tuition and fees each year. Students who do not meet the Texas residency requirements will be automatically charged traditional tuition.
Additional information regarding traditional tuition can be found on our Full-time Flat Rate Tuition page.
Mandatory fees are assessed for university-related services available to students.
Certain mandatory fees are prorated in the summer sessions if students are enrolled in more than 1 session during the summer term.
Instructional fees vary by course and are not included in the total for the Traditional Tuition Plan. Instructional fees are a flat $195 per semester for the Eagle Express Tuition Plan.
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.
Additional fee information is listed on our Explanation of Fees page.
Information about additional tuition for excessive undergraduate hours and repeated courses can be found on our Excessive Hours and Repeat Course Fees page.
Tuition and fee information for students auditing classes can be found on our Auditing Classes page.
The information in this website 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, fees, room and board are subject to increase or decrease without notice by action of the Texas Legislature and/or the UNT Board of Regents. 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.