UNT Dallas Campus hosts 'Admissions Night' Nov. 20

Thursday, October 30, 2008

DALLAS – College students can receive an admission fee waiver by attending a recruiting event at the University of North Texas Dallas Campus Nov. 20.

The UNT Dallas Campus invites the public to an "Admissions Night" to learn more about the school. Applicants who attend the event and submit a complete application package will receive a waiver of the admission fee which is normally $40 for undergraduate students, $50 for graduate students and $75 for international students.

Students must bring official transcripts from all colleges attended along with their completed application. A completed Security Affirmation Clearance Form also is required for paper applications only. Admission fees are waived for students enrolling in the academic programs offered on the Dallas Campus, but not those at the Denton campus.

Prospective students can meet faculty, speak to academic advisors, enjoy refreshments and learn about financial aid and scholarships. For more information, contact the school's recruitment and outreach office at 972-780-3642 or dallasrecruitment@unt.edu. The campus is located at 7300 Houston School Road, one mile north of I-20 and one mile east of I-35.

UNT News Service Phone Number: (940) 565-2108

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