Awards for Continuing Students
Current Music Major Award Renewal Process
Current music award recipients will no longer be asked to apply for renewal on the Acceptd platform, but will instead have their award renewal agreements sent directly by email based on the renewal recommendation of the faculty and a review of each student's eligibility. Award renewals are communicated by the end of May each year.
Please note – UNT music majors wishing to apply for a new program within the College of Music must complete a full application for the new program within the Acceptd platform.
Music Awards for Continuing Students
Music Majors not currently holding a music award - please contact your major professor/area coordinator to inquire about award opportunities and requirements. Please note – UNT music majors wishing to apply for a new program within the College of Music must complete the full application for the new program on the Acceptd platform..
Students may file a scholarship appeal to retain their scholarships when they face circumstances beyond their control that prevent them from fulfilling the obligations of their awards. Such circumstances could include:
- student teaching/internship
- final semester coursework or ABD status
- illness or injury
Successful appeals could allow for:
- less than full-time enrollment
- a waiver of the laboratory ensemble requirement
- a waiver of the applied lesson enrollment requirement
- an additional award year for students who have exhausted award eligibility in their current degree program
Completed appeal forms and supporting documentation may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once submitted, the form will be reviewed and students will be notified of the appeal decision. Questions about appeals can be sent to email@example.com.
Other Awards for Continuing Students
The College of Music encourages all current music students and prospective music students to complete the Eagle Scholarship Portal prior to March 1 annually. This application can be found on the UNT Financial Aid and Scholarships website listed below. UNT provides a number of other scholarship and grant opportunities as well. Please visit the sites linked below for more details.
- UNT Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Nicholas and Anna Ricco Ethics Awards Scholarship Competition
- UNT Writing Awards Competition
- International Texas Public Education Grant, Mexican Waiver, Good Neighbor Scholarship and International Education Scholarship
- Study Abroad Travel Grant and International Education Fee Scholarship
- Raupe Travel Grant
- College of Music Need-based Travel & Recording Scholarship
- Toulouse Graduate School Travel Grant
The College of Music also encourages every music student and applicant to complete the following applications for federal and/or state aid as applicable to each student’s circumstances. You are under no obligation to accept loans offered through these programs, but completion of the application may allow you to be considered for other types of need-based aid from the college and university.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Before each year of college, eligible students should apply for federal grants, work-study, and loans with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form. UNT uses your FAFSA data to determine your federal aid eligibility, and also uses FAFSA data to award other need-based aid.
Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA)
If you are not eligible to apply for federal financial aid, then you may be able to receive aid from the state. Use the chart on the page linked below to determine if you are able to fill out the Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) to be considered for state and institutional financial aid.
Texas Public Education Grant for International Students (TPEG-I)
The purpose of the TPEG is to provide limited financial assistance to eligible non-immigrant international students on F and J visas. Students must demonstrate financial need to pay the estimated minimum tuition, fees, and other expenses for enrollment in UNT credit-bearing coursework.