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T3 Program Benefits at UNT Dallas

By attending this partner university, T3 Scholars receive the following benefits and support to help you to and through your postsecondary journey:

The admission application fee to UNTD is waived for all Fort Worth ISD students with automatic admission for those graduating in the top 30% of their respective class.

  • Bridge Programming: The T3 Team will work with you and UNTD to ensure you have the necessary support the summer between high school graduation and your first year in college.
  • College Persistence Coaching + Resources: If you need additional guidance throughout your time at UNTD, one-on-one and group advising and support will be available to T3 Scholars to ensure you are successful. You also have access to T3 Connect, a virtual platform to network, stay connected and informed, and engage with community mentors.
  • If you are graduating from one of T3's Full Launch High Schools, you may receive a "first dollar" scholarship of $500 or more per year to assist with books or other expenses. Check out the scholarships page for the details.

Named the #1 public university in Texas for serving first-generation college students and #3 for lowest student debt in the Nation, UNTD is currently the only T3 partner option located in Dallas. The University's value-based education is accompanied by innovative, high-quality academic programs that include opportunities for rich experiential learning.

Mission Statement

UNT Dallas empowers students, transforms lives, strengthens communities. ”

— Founded in 2000

#1

Fastest growing public university in Texas

85%

Of student body identifies as minority

17:1

Student to faculty ratio

#3

Public university for lowest student debt in the Nation (U.S. News and World Report)

#1

In Texas for serving first-generation students (Scholar Shot)

#25

In the U.S. for Best Human Resources Program (Study.com)

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