Individual Review of Application
Individual Review is an process whereby a UNT admissions officer reviews the application file of any transfer student who does not meet the minimum admission requirements. This review is an automatic process whenever the admissions office determines that an applicant does not meet official UNT minimum entrance requirements.
Upon review of the application file, the admission officer will forward a letter to the student about their options for possible admission to UNT. The student should carry out the suggested option for the best possibility of admission into UNT.
Factors that may assist in determining academic readiness under the individual review provision may include, but are not limited to, the following: high school attended; first-generation college attendance; employment experience; special abilities such as bilingual proficiency and meeting family responsibilities; individual achievements; leadership activities; and public service; and extra-curricular activities.
For more information about admission to UNT, contact a transfer counselor at 800-868-8211, 940-565-2681 or email@example.com.
Transfer Assistance Program
Students that have less than 30 college hours and do not meet the automatic admissions requirements may be given the opportunity to participate in the Transfer Assistance Program (TAP). This program offers students personalized assistance from an assigned Transfer Counselor who will help them to choose courses to take at a community college in order to meet the automatic admission requirements.
GPA Adjustment Program
Students that have 31 or more college hours and do not meet the automatic admissions requirements may be given the opportunity to participate in the GPA Adjustment Program (GAP). If selected to participate in this program, the student will be sent information about the program, along with the link to complete and submit the GAP form to the Office of Admissions. An assigned Transfer Counselor will contact the student to discuss what course of action he or she needs to take in order to raise his or her grade point average.