At UNT, you have so many ways to spend your downtime and amazing spaces to explore. Where else can you listen to a Grammy-nominated student jazz band while you grab a bite to eat?

Nearly 41,000 students

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Named a Green college for eight years in a row by The Princeton Review
UNT Women's Soccer Championship The Mean Green Women’s Soccer program is no stranger to success, and 2019 was no different -- it marked the sixth straight season of winning a regular season and/or tournament title.

Cheer on the Mean Green

Head to Apogee Stadium or one of our other athletic venues to cheer on our 16 NCAA Division 1 teams. And, there’s sure to be plenty to cheer for; Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball and Women’s Softball all recently won major championships.

Mean Green at Apogee Stadium

Pick an event

Normally, UNT is host to thousands of annual events and celebrations on campus each year including favorites like University Day and Union Fest, unique finds like Bubble Soccer, and free performances by musicians from our world-renowned College of Music. Until we resume normal business operations, browse UNT College of Music performance videos!

University Day

Get involved

With more than 400 student organizations on campus, including more than 41 fraternities and sororities, you’ll find the right place to make friends and get involved.

Mean Green Fling

Get competitive

Try an intramural sport or one of our 34 club sports to make friends. Join one of our exciting new varsity esports teams or get moving with co-ed flag football.

eSports at UNT

Work it out

The amazing Pohl Rec Center is the best place to work off steam and stay active. Take on the 45-foot climbing wall, swim laps in the two pools or join a match in the indoor soccer gym. While you’re in the rec center, you can even sign up for camping, canoeing and hiking trips through the Outdoor Pursuits Center.

Rock climbing wall at the Pohl Recreation Center

Make it your own

At UNT, you have the freedom to make the campus your own. Dressing as Spider-Man and outfitting statues in sweaters are a few of the ways students make their mark on campus.

Students at Union Fest