Something for Everyone.
Perfect for You.

Your life in living color

From a supersized game of Twister, to an impromptu round of frisbee and 1,500 events held on campus each year, you never know what you’ll find on the UNT campus.

Pick an event

Experience daylong celebrations like University Day or Union Fest, check out a live performance, go to a game, or get inspired at a Distinguished Lecture Series event.

Make your mark

UNT students love starting their own traditions. From outfitting our statues with sweaters to trekking across campus dressed as Spiderman, UNT is all about embracing our fun and quirky side.

Students playing Twister
University Day events
Students with Spiderman
Orooj Syed

“I started HerCampus, an online magazine where our members can express themselves freely through writing, photography and event capture what it means to be a women in college.”

Orooj Syed,
Founder of Her Campus

Connect with other students

You can start making friends before you get to campus with UNT’s private social network. Once you're admitted, join to discover who likes the same movies, bands, shows or team and then plan to meet in real life.

Hope McAffee

“It’s incredible to see over a year how the Powerlifting Club has become a family and a place where athletes can come for support and encouragement. We’re excited to attend the USA Powerlifting Collegiate Nationals as a full team.”

Hope McAffee,
Founder of the Powerlifting Sport Club

Find a few friends
(or a few hundred).

Your opportunities are endless when it comes to getting involved on campus. You can choose from 400 student organizations, including club sports and Greek organizations, or even start your own org.

UNT football game
Alyssa Dixon

Choose a chapter

Choose from 39 fraternities and sororities that belong to the National Pan-Hellenic Council and the National Multicultural Greek Council to make friends, gain leadership skills and grow through service opportunities.

Pick a theme

• Academic and professional
• Club sports
• Creative and performing arts
• Cultural and international
• Greek
• Honorary
• Religious/spiritual
• Service
• Social/political
• Student government

Students working on a racecar
Rugby game

Compete

• Chess
• Debate
• eSports
• In-Line Hockey
• Lacrosse
• Paintball
• Powerlifting
• Rugby
• Sailing

Take it in. Work it out.

At UNT, you can spend your down time in some really cool spaces. Listen to a student jazz band while you take a break in the University Union, work out in the Rec Center or fill your free time in other ways.

Relax in the Union

Hang out
The Syndicate, a two-story open space with a concert stage, pool tables and video game stations, is the place to take a break.

Unwind
The rooftop garden and the Meditation Room are your go-tos for zenning out

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Shop for supplies
Buy textbooks at Barnes & Noble at UNT or take advantage of student discounts at the Mainframe, UNT’s own Apple store.

Get active in the Rec Center

Go all out
Choose from two pools, an indoor soccer gym, weight and fitness room and a 45-foot climbing and bouldering wall.

Grab your pack
Sign up for camping, canoeing and hiking trips through the Outdoor Pursuits Center.

Jump in
Our aquatics program hosts special events like the Dive-in Movie and Intramural Battleship.

Student rock climbing in the rec
Eliot Sims

“The Afro-Blue Repertory Company gives student actors the opportunity to get experience and exposure. We have many actors that performed for the first time with us and have now found their true calling.”

Eliot Sims,
Founder of Afro-Blue Repertory Company

Mean Green Country

Slip on your green shirt, warm up your Eagle Claw and head over to Apogee stadium, the Coliseum or one of our other sports venues to watch one of our 16 NCAA Division I teams compete as part of Conference USA.

Get ready for game day

Practice your Eagle Claw. Hold up your fist, make a “V” with your fingers, then extend your thumb and curl your fingers toward your palm.

Grab your green shirt. We turn the stands green on game day and the whole campus shows our spirit every Friday for Mean Green Pride Day.

Fight! Fight! Fight! To cheer for the U of NT, you’ll need to learn the words to our fight song.

UNT Women's scoocer

Division I Conference USA Teams

Football
Basketball (Men’s and women’s)
Golf (Men’s and women’s)
Softball
Track and Field (Men’s and women’s)
Women’s Soccer
Women’s Swimming and Diving
Women’s Tennis
Women’s Volleyball

UNT band at University Day

We mean green

From the iconic wind turbines at Apogee Stadium to the Big Belly solar trash compactors and plentiful recycling bins, you’ll see the proof that we mean green from the moment you step on campus.

Artist rendering of the new Student Union

An environmental union

The new union features sustainable features like drought tolerant landscaping and censored faucets.

Business Leadership Building

Green business

Our beautiful Business Leadership Building features video projection screens, a team study room and a securities trading room. Its environmental friendly design includes recycling stations and native landscaping and is LEED Gold certified.

Wind turbines behind Apogee Stadium

Sustainable sports

We’re pretty proud of Apogee Stadium, our state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue that seats 31,000 fans. Its three wind turbines produce roughly a third of the stadium’s energy needs and it was the first newly built stadium to achieve LEED Platinum certification.

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