How to Apply



Completing the graduate application process is an exciting step to your future success. Our online application provides the opportunity for you to get started. The steps below outline helpful information and guidance for the application process. Be sure to check with your intended academic program for information on deadlines and additional materials they may require.

Step 1: Online Application

Graduate programs have varied deadlines. Determine the deadline for your selected Master’s or Doctoral program and submit the online application as early as possible.

The application fee is $75 and is nonrefundable.

Your completed application will be processed by the Toulouse Graduate School and reviewed by the academic program.

For timely application processing, submit your application to the Toulouse Graduate School by the following dates:

October 15 for the following Spring enrollment
June 15 for the following Fall enrollment
April 15 for the following Summer enrollment

For application deadlines, please contact the academic department.

McNair Scholars: UNT will pay the application fee upon receipt of the request for admission application fee waiver form from your McNair director. Find out about more opportunities for McNair Scholars.

Not applying to a master’s or doctoral program? Check out details on other graduate academic opportunities:

Step 2: Request Transcripts

Request official academic credentials from all colleges and universities you have attended.

Official transcripts are required from every college or university you have attended and must arrive by the application deadline. Contact the colleges and universities you have attended about their processes for providing official transcripts.

By U.S. Postal Service:
Toulouse Graduate School
1155 Union Circle #305459
Denton, TX 76203-5017

By UPS/FedEx:
Toulouse Graduate School
1147 Union Circle, ESSC 354
Denton, TX 76203-5459

The transcripts must show you have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution (or equivalent). For a higher chance of successful admission, the GPA shown on the transcript should meet the recommendations below:

GPA requirement for UNT consideration:
Graduate applicants to UNT are evaluated holistically, based on specific departmental and program requirements. In the past, successful candidates usually have met certain GPA minima:

  • 3.00 GPA in the undergraduate degree for admission to the Master's program;
  • Or 3.50 GPA in the undergraduate degree for direct admission to Doctoral programs;
  • Or 3.50 GPA in Masters-level studies for admission to Doctoral programs


Step 3: Submit Standardized Test Scores

Test requirements are program specific. Some programs may provisionally admit students for one semester prior to submission of standardized test scores. Others have requirements that substitute for test scores. Review the program website for details.

Request that official test score reports (GRE, GMAT, MAT, etc.) from the testing agency be sent to the Toulouse Graduate School. The UNT school code for the GRE is 6481. The UNT school code for the GMAT is 6DP-8M-55. The UNT school code for the MAT is 2255.

Step 4: Submit Additional Documents Required by Your Specific Program

Send any additional program-specific application materials directly to your department (departments may have requirements such as personal statements, letters of reference, auditions or portfolios). Review the list of academic programs and program websites for more information.

International applicants may need to provide additional materials. See more details on the International admissions page.

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