The Good Neighbor Scholarship provides tuition assistance to students from other nations of the Western Hemisphere (other than Cuba). At UNT, the Good Neighbor Exemption is administered by Student Financial Aid and Scholarships, as directed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Open annually from December 1 to February 15.
This scholarship exempts the student from the payment of tuition only for one year (fall, spring, and summer). Selected recipients are responsible for paying fees.
- Applicants must be a native born citizen of an eligible country of the Western (American) hemisphere other than the United States or Cuba, be residents of that eligible country, have that eligible country as a home residence and intend to return to that eligible country to live immediately upon completion of their degree.
- Applicants must have resided in an eligible country in the Western (American) hemisphere for a period of at least five years.
- Applicants must have a statement on file that indicates he/she is registered with the Selective Service System as required by federal law or is exempt from Selective Service registration under federal law.
- Applicants must be admitted to a UNT degree program, eligible to enroll at UNT, and must maintain satisfactory academic progress toward a degree according to UNT's published satisfactory progress rules.
UNT Student Financial Aid and Scholarships for more information.