Outreach programs receive $3.3 million in funding

Middle and high school students in the North Texas region will continue receiving guidance from UNT advisors about their college search, admissions and the financial aid process thanks to two grants totaling $3.3 million.The funding will support UNT's Talent Search and G-Force programs to encourage students to continue their education after high school.

UNT's Talent Search programs received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to provide students with academic-enriching services to support career exploration and college readiness. The G-Force and Go Center Outreach Initiative at UNT received a $300,000 grant extension from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, supporting UNT's Office of Outreach to help students gain a better understanding of college, the enrollment process, financial aid and scholarships.

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