Early College High School
As an Early College High School student, you have many options before you. One of those is to continue your higher education and earn a bachelor's degree from a major university. UNT is the largest, most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, offering many degree programs so you can find what you want to study. We offer 97 bachelor’s, 81 master’s and 35 doctoral programs, many nationally recognized. And UNT is listed as a "Best in the West" college by The Princeton Review.
Higher education is much more than just classroom study. It’s the kind of real-world experience that makes you more attractive to potential employers. At UNT you will learn in all kinds of environments and participate in the process of discovery. And we offer thousands of classes every semester that you can choose from.
UNT has 12 colleges and schools, containing programs that are nationally ranked and recognized. UNT’s outstanding faculty are friendly, personable, helpful and widely recognized in their fields of study. We have 68 research and service centers and our interdisciplinary research clusters provide hands-on experience alongside professors and graduate students.
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We understand that as an ECHS student, you are not the same as most incoming freshmen, so it makes sense that your admissions process should be a little different too. We take your college experience into account during our holistic review process.
UNT has a dedicated admissions counselor for ECHS students, who can help you with planning, transferring your credits, and admissions.
UNT has been named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys for 17 consecutive years. UNT’s affordable cost means you get the quality of a private university with a state-assisted price tag.
UNT awards more than $320 million in financial aid annually, including more than $32 million in scholarships. About 78% of UNT students receive financial aid and scholarships.
As an ECHS student, you may qualify for UNT's Greater Texas Foundation Scholars program, specifically for ECHS students, which provides financial, academic, and social support.
UNT has 14 residence halls, each with its own personality. Dorm life allows you to hang out with other students, eat at 5 different dining halls or roll out of bed 10 minutes before class if you like.
You will get the most out of college by getting involved, and at UNT there are many opportunities to do just that. You can find your niche with others who share your passions or interests because we offer more than 400 student organizations.
UNT provides a wide range of resources to help you to learn what you need to succeed in the classroom and in life.
We have free tutors and workshops on a variety of topics to help you academically. We provide counseling for many areas of your life, including academic, relational, emotional and financial.
After you earn your degree, UNT’s Career Center has even more resources to help you start your career.