All balances for UNT Housing room and board charges are posted to each student’s myUNT account with their tuition and fee charges for the semester.
How does it work?
Following being assigned to a room, UNT Housing will transfer all charges to a student’s myUNT account for payment. The total charge amount for the semester will be listed in the term summary as “Room and Board Charges”. Students are able to review details of their account through their eHousing account.
Accepted Financial Aid is directly applied to the semester UNT Housing balance by Student Accounting, following full payment of tuition and fees. As a result, depending on the total amount of accepted aid for the semester, a student may have a remaining balance for UNT Housing room and board. Remaining semester charges are able to paid in full or split in to three installment payment over the course of the long semester. The installment plan for UNT Housing is applied automatically to any student with an unpaid room and board balance and there is no additional cost for the installment plan.
How do I make a payment?
Payments for any remaining UNT Housing balance, following the application of accepted aid, must be made through a student’s myUNT account or through the Student Financial Services staff in the Eagle Student Services Center. Housing does not accept payment for semester charges.
What else should I know?
Students should be prepared to have out of pocket funds to make textbook and class supply purchases because tuition, fee and housing charges are all paid prior to a financial aid refund disbursement to the student. If the student’s accepted aid for the semester is exhausted by the UNT term charges, there will not be remaining funds to be dispersed to the student.
Students with questions about their financial aid award for the year should consult with Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.
For assistance with budget planning or to inquire about loan programs options that are available to assist with textbook purchases, students should consult with the Student Money Management Center.