Let us help

The Financial Aid Office knows that paying for school can be an overwhelming experience for students. It is our goal to provide you, our students, with financial assistance and advice to help you manage the costs associated with your educational pursuits.

How to Apply

For information on how to apply for financial aid

Cost of Attendance

For information on your yearly program costs

Disbursement Dates

To find out when tuition and Fees are being paid

COVID-19 Update

As we continue to focus on the health and well-being of our students and staff, we are providing virtual meeting options such as live chat, email and phone. If you have any questions you can use the Live Chat feature on our website during normal business hours to speak directly with a Financial Aid Counselor. Just look for the blue chat button in the lower right hand corner.

You can also contact us at

Another resource to stay up to date on Financial Aid and Covid-19:

2023-2024 Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

How do you know your loan money is here each semester:

You will know we have received your funds when you get a “Right to Cancel” email–at this point the funds have been released to Student Financials for processing. The Student Financials Office will send you an email when they have processed your refund as well.

As of Fall 2015, financial aid regulations prohibit federal financial aid from paying finance and/or overtime charges.  Once federal financial aid has paid eligible tuition and fees, some students may receive a refund yet still owe a balance because of finance and/or overtime charges.  Payment arrangements would need to be made with UNTHSC Student Finance for the remaining balance to secure a student’s classes.

Incoming Students

Please watch your Task tile on your MyHSC portal. If you accepted a federal loan you will have to complete Entrance Loan Counseling and Sign a Master Promissory Note at before we can request your loan funds.

Please remember your disbursement date is NOT the date you receive your funds.  This is the date we request your funds from the Department of Education.  Reminder! Your Financial Aid will be split evenly between the terms you are enrolled.

Reporting Fraud

Institutions of higher education that enter into a Program Participation Agreement with the Department agree to refer to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Investigation Services any credible information indicating possible fraud related to Title IV program funds that an applicant, employee, third-party servicer, or other agent of the institution may have engaged in. (34 C.F.R. § 668.16(g))

Report online at:

Inspector General Hotline: 1-800-MISUSED (1-800-647-8733)

Inspector General Hotline: U.S. Department of Education Office of Inspector General 400 Maryland Ave., S.W. Washington, D.C. 20202

Code of Conduct

The Financial Aid Staff at the UNT Health Science Center adheres to a Code of Conduct which prohibits any conflict of interest in administering programs for financial aid. To read more about this Code of Conduct, click here.