Your contact information
* UNT email (@my.unt.edu or @unt.edu)
We need your UNT email address. If you're not sure what it is, you can look it up by logging in with your EUID at
(opens in a new window). Your email address will be listed next to "Student E-mail." If you need to know how to log in and check that email, there are instructions at
(opens in a new window).
Your student information
Undergraduate or Graduate
* Are you a current or future UNT student?
If you're not sure how to answer this, let us know what your student status is as of this moment. If you've already enrolled in and taken classes at UNT while filling out this form, select "Current." If you have not enrolled or taken classes yet—but you intend to next academic year—select "Future."
Expected enrollment for next year
Undergraduates: Full-time enrollment is 12+ credit hours per semester. Part-time enrollment is 6-11 credit hours per semester.
Graduates: Full-time enrollment is 9+ credit hours per semester. Part-time enrollment is 5-8 credit hours per semester.
If you're a double-major and both of your majors are in the College of Science, please select both of them. If your second major is outside of the College of Science, you only need to select the major you're doing in the College of Science.
Degree you're working on
* Are you a Texas resident?
Usually, this means you've lived at a permanent, established address within Texas for at least 12 months before the semester you're applying for. UNT's Office of the Registrar has
more information on residency requirements
if you're not sure. (Link opens in a new window.)
Don't worry if you don't answer yes to some of these questions. Not all of our scholarships have additional eligibility requirements. This will help us determine if you
are eligible for a few others. How many credit hours of college work have you completed?
* What's your GPA?
We're asking this because some scholarships for your major require your cumulative, college-work GPA to be in a certain range.
What's your high school GPA?
What was your SAT or ACT score?
* Have you completed PHYS 1520 or PHYS 2220?
* Are you getting the certificate for Actuarial Science?
* Are you a member of the Society of Physics Students?
* Are you an active member of the Association for Women in Science?
* Did you join the Association for Women in Science before this past August?
To be eligible for the scholarship this question relates to, you need to have been an active member for at least 12 months before being awarded the scholarship. Scholarships are generally awarded in August, so you need to have joined by the previous August.
Are you a pre-health student?
means you are working on your degree at UNT with the intent to join a health-related school or program after graduation—for example, you plan to go to medical school. If you're not sure if this applies to you, you can
view a list of other pre-health paths.
(Link opens in a new window.)
What kind of pre-health student are you?
* Did you (or will you) graduate from a Texas high school?
What high school did you graduate from?
* Are you in the Teach North Texas program?
* Are you a student in UNT's Honors College?
* Expected graduation date
* Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Month
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Do you intend to become a math instructor of some kind?
* Have you submitted your FAFSA?
FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It helps us determine your eligibility for scholarships that are awarded to students who need financial assistance.
Upload your essay
Many of our scholarships require essays about your experiences and goals. Try to keep your essay to one page max, but don't stress if it's more than that. We're looking for an essay that describes any or all of the following:
Your career goals, including but not limited to:
What you want to do after finishing your current degree.
How your specific education will help you achieve your goals.
Any internships, jobs, or real-world experiences you've had related to your career goals.
Your extracurricular activities, including but not limited to:
Participation in student organizations.
Community or civic contributions.
Your research interests or activities.
Any hardships or difficulties you've faced in pursuing your education.
You'll need to submit your essay as a PDF.
View instructions on how to create a PDF (the link opens in a new window, don't worry!) Upload your transcript(s)
Submit your unofficial transcripts here. We require at least 1, but you may include up to 4. Include the most up-to-date copies you have access to use.
You'll need to submit your transcripts as PDFs.
View instructions on how to create a PDF (the link opens in a new window, don't worry!) Your references
Please give us the email addresses for
2 references from whom you wish to request letters of recommendation. We will send them a web link via email at which they can submit their letters of recommendation for you.
We recommend that you let your references know
ahead of time that you're requesting a letter from them. That way, they'll know to keep an eye out for the email--and get your recommendation in sooner! Have you let your references know that you need letters from them?
* Other scholarship forms for you
Before you submit this form, we want to let you know that you may qualify for other scholarships that aren't included in this application form.
One last question...
We've got one last question for you. Answering this helps us better promote our scholarships, which in turn helps students like you get connected with these financial aid opportunities.
Where did you hear about our scholarships? Check all that apply.
You agree to the requirements of all the scholarships
Submit your application