Additional Information for Non-Traditional Applicants
Transient (Visiting) or Summer Visiting Students
Undergraduate students from another college or university may attend UNT as transient (visiting) students for one long semester only (fall or spring), provided their intent is to return to their previous institution. A summer visiting student is an undergraduate student who enrolls at UNT for one or both summer terms with the intent to return to his or her home institution upon completion of summer classes.
Prior to the application priority date, transient or summer visiting students must submit an official application online; pay the application fee; and submit an official transcript from their most recent college or university attended; The transcripts must reflect a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA (4.0 system) and that the student is in good standing (eligible to return) and not on academic probation or suspension from their previous institutions.
Admissions Update: If you are having difficulty obtaining official transcripts, we can accept transcripts via email if they come from a Registrar’s Office from an official college email address.
If a transient or summer visiting student decides to continue at UNT, the transient or summer visiting status ends, and the student must meet all admission requirements for a new transfer student prior to their second semester of enrollment at UNT. Transient students wishing to continue must apply as a transfer student and submit transcripts from all schools previously attended. If a student initially applies as a regular transfer student and is denied admission, the student cannot change his/her application type to transient or summer visiting student.
Summer visiting students may return to UNT for subsequent summers by reapplying and submitting an updated transcripts.
Fresh Start for Transfer Students Last Enrolled 10 or More Years Ago
Students who have college credits that are at least 10 years old may seek admission to UNT without consideration of that academic work. Contact the UNT Office of Undergraduate Admissions before acceptance.