1501 W.Chestnut Ave., Denton, TX 76203
University of North Texas is a public university in Denton, TX. It ranks #321 in the US on our best colleges list, and admission is not selective, not terribly selective, as the acceptance rate is 71%. It has a very large student body with full-time enrollment of 24,312 undergraduate students. 21% of its graduates procure a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Alternative favored selections include Biology, Journalism, and Criminal Justice and Safety Studies, but there are 77 distinct options to select from. Its protective services program is ranked number one in Texas. In addition, North Texas comes in 2nd in TX for best college food. For students paying full freight, in-state tuition goes for $11,394 a year, but for applicants based outside of Texas, tuition costs $21,852. Before you decide against applying due to the cost, keep in mind that practically 4/5ths of North Texas undergrads acquire some scholarship or grant funding. 52% of University of North Texas undergraduates graduate college, green and awaiting to find a challenging job. On average, alumni go on to make an annual salary of $37,600 a couple years after finishing their studies. After four additional years on the job, their median earnings increases 19.7% to $45,000, which is 12.2% higher than the national median income for individuals. Many of you might like to find that your high school rank is required to apply and last year, North Texas received 20,006 applications. Also, undergrads may study abroad for a semester. With respect to your pocketbook, be aware that the average amount of institutional grant aid awarded is $5,986 and 48% of undergrads secure financial aid through institutional grants. Its diversity rating on School Authority is 9.21 and when rating its location, North Texas received an 8.97. Relating to life on campus, 5% of female undergraduates join a sorority. To wind things up, the lowest-earning quartile of graduates rake in a starting salary of $23,800 or less and six years after completing their studies, the lowest-earning 1/4 of graduates make $28,800 or less.
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Criminal Justice and Safety Studies
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
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