The most degree choices in the North Texas region
One of only 115 in the nation
60 Goldwater Scholars in math, science and engineering
You can take classes at any of our locations across the North Texas region, including:
Our 1,900 faculty members include eight Grammy and Emmy award nominees and winners, two Pulitzer Prize nominees, and four National Academy members. What’s even more impressive than their accolades is how friendly and approachable they are. Stop to talk after class, visit them during office hours or pick their brain over a cup of coffee.
Associate professor and director of xREZ Art + Science Lab
Recognized for: Projects that blend art and science. Her work has been featured in museums and galleries worldwide and in Artweek. She received a grant for the National Endowment for the arts for INSTRUMENT: One Antarctic Night project, an astrophysics display.
Professor and director of jazz composing and arranging
Recognized for: Touring and composing with jazz greats. In 2015, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for his composition Neil, which was performed by the UNT One O’Clock Lab Band.
Professor of biological sciences
Recognized for: In-depth mentoring that helps students compete for prestigious scholarships. Her students earn Goldwater Scholarships, advance in the Siemens Competition and have won the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Our faculty members are always looking for ways to bring your class material to life. They provide hands-on learning opportunities that take education outside of the classroom and encourage in-depth discussion that allows you to benefit from their exceptional expertise.
“My uncles and cousins all went to UNT and they assured me that the campus is very welcoming when it comes to diversity and culture, which encouraged me to take a leap of faith to come all the way from Bangladesh to Denton. It’s been one of the best decisions in my life.”
Who: Naziba Hossain,
Rehabilitation Studies junior
Global experience: International student from Bangladesh
UNT students put their skills to the test in statewide, national and international competitions. Of course, we don’t just compete – we take the lead.
Lone Star Emmy winners - Media Arts students won six categories for their work at ntTV
Retail leaders – Merchandising and Digital Retailing students won 1st place in the National Retail Federation Student Challenge
Logistics winning streak - We won three major competitions for undergraduate logistics students in 2016
NASA Student Launch Rocket Challenge – One of 42 teams nationwide selected to compete
From your first steps on campus to walking across the graduation stage and into your career, UNT gives you the resources you need to succeed.
Peer Support: Whether through your orientation or First Flight leader, Resident Assistant or one of our many peer mentors on campus, we’ll help you start your freshman year off right by making friends and finding campus resources.
Interview ready: The Career Center offers resources to help you ace your job interview and provides continued support after graduation.
Health and wellness: On-campus care includes a medical clinic, optical center, dental office and pharmacy.
Adorable stress support: We offer many resources to help you deal with stress, but our four therapy dogs are the cutest. Come visit them at the Counseling and Testing Center.
When you need help with a tough class, you can get the academic support you need. Choose from several tutoring formats including: One-on-one, online, drop-in or even group sessions.
Career resources: The Career Connect program provides you real experiences like internships, volunteer work and research projects and gives you the skills you need to get hired.
Conquer your classes: Take advantage of free resources such as the Writing and Math labs to find academic success or visit the Learning Center for mentoring, study skills classes and more.
At UNT, we believe in the power of a global education. You can have meaningful study abroad experiences, learn alongside international students and explore new cultures through events and programs.
“I spent a week traveling around Italy that was just short of magical. If you’re considering study abroad, don’t overthink it, just go. The only decision you’ll regret is not going.”
Who: Patrick McBryde,
Global experience: Study abroad trip to Malaga, Spain