Students, staff work together to make orientation invaluable for UNT's newest class.
Faculty support helps Katelynn Blasavage overcome the odds to walk the commencement stage May 13.
If you are considering a trip to Denton, spring is a great time to check us out. Denton Arts & Jazz Festival, includes a UNT-sponsored Showcase stage featuring our best jazz groups.
Students have several opportunities to celebrate UNT's history and traditions during Wingspan Week.
UNT celebrates seventh year as a part of The Big Event, a chance to make a difference in communities across the country
Premiere Weekend gives you an insider's view of college life on campus and in Denton. Go to hands-on workshops, make friends and experience events exclusively for the Class of 2020.
On St. Patrick's Day, we love to see the whole world join us in our total embrace of greenness. Check out our photo page to see all the ways that we own green at UNT.
Schedule a meeting with your advisor to make sure you are on track to graduate on time. Registration starts March 11.
Students gain learning experiences in the community while building skills that employers desire.
Alumni from the documentary graduate program are winning awards, changing lives through their innovative storytelling.
The latest Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education™ ranks UNT among the nation's 115 top-tier research universities, marking a key milestone in UNT’s journey toward increasing national prominence.
Tips and tricks for hosting and watching the Super Bowl this year.
Will you graduate on time? Schedule a meeting with your advisor to make sure you get the classes you need.
From the fantastic new Union (food!) to must-go-to events, here's a look at 5 things you need to know this spring.
Experiences and coursework gained at UNT prepared these cybersecurity experts for the work they do protecting data and users from harm.
The university's charitable values cultivate opportunities to change the world for alumni, students, faculty and staff.
UNT's New College at Frisco represents a new kind of thinking, a new way of doing business and a new kind of education that will give students and professionals essential career skills.
Challenging courses, active student organizations, a variety of research topics set students for success.
Student athlete Carnae Dillard is ready to show the world what she's made of--on and off the court.
Campus donations allow UNT Career Center to give professional clothing to students.
Thirty National Merit Finalists experience first hand UNT's strong personal touch.
Alumni, students and community celebrated UNT's 125th anniversary at this year's Homecoming
UNT's students drive what top faculty members do.
UNT celebrated the day it was established in 1890; President Smatresk outlines a vision for UNT to become nationally prominent.
UNT's inaugural Founder's Week includes fun festivities on Library Mall.
Noel Jett is studying gifted and talented young people.
Welcome to UNT! These resources will help you make a smooth transition to life as a UNT student.
How cool is Denton? We'll tell you. Denton is so, so, so cool.
UNT's twists on the summer traditions offer learning experiences to students young and old.
Taking a trip this summer? UNT alumni may be working behind the scenes to shape your travel experiences.
Students, staff work together to make orientation invaluable for new freshmen.
Transfer counselors and the Transfer Center provide many resources for students new to the UNT campus.
Student Investment Group gets hands-on, business-world experience.
The Diaz siblings learned everything from study habits to friendships.
New University-wide Commencement and College Recognition Ceremonies give annual graduating class a celebratory, inspirational sendoff.
Dual graduation with daughter is special for mom who did not expect to live to see it.
Workshops teach students how to protect their names.
Lesli Robertson weaves education with collaboration among students and Kuwaiti craftswomen.
Students can take unique classes or catch up on classwork so they can graduate on time or early.
Designers make their mark at the nation's top retailers including Ann Taylor, Victoria's Secret and Fossil.
New food pantry will help UNT students when they're hungry.
36,000 students pursue their dreams at UNT. Support UNT scholarships with an end-of-year gift.
Economics students partner with community soup kitchen to create meal forecasting system.
Joseph Oppong tracks the spread of Ebola and other infectious diseases.
Share your photos, videos and memories of the storybook week for a chance to win UNT gear.
College can be tough while you try to juggle so many things. But at UNT we have lots of resources and plenty of people to help you be successful.
Sustainable dining options cater to varying dietary needs.
Richard Rogers' Miranda research propelled him to the Eminent Faculty Award.
The Diaz siblings settle in at UNT as they begin their college journey.
More than 4,000 students moved into UNT's residence halls on Sunday, signaling the start of the 2014 Fall Semester.
Mean Green linebacker Derek Akunne works for success in the classroom and on the football field.
Lisa N. Owen focuses on understudied aspects of religious art and devotional spaces.
Several alumni are making careers performing for the public, veterans, the President and government dignitaries.
Clifford Morrison is the first UNT student to be in Emerald Eagle and Terry scholarship programs and is in the Honors College and McNair program.
Cara Santa Maria, host of her own podcast, Talk Nerdy, promotes science literacy by making it a good story.
Hallie Sheade's study combines 18 weeks of counseling with interaction with the animals to reduce stress.
As first responders, community preparedness experts and emergency managers, UNT alumni create promise and hope from disaster and destruction.
Emily Rose Hernandez graduates this May with support from fellow UNT students.
Students can take unique classes, catch up on classwork and graduate on time or early.
Led by students, the event is part of a national movement to make a difference in communities across the country.
Alumni share fond memories of the longtime campus institution.
Classes and labs offer hands-on experiences for students.
Annual event honors students and alumni who are making a difference in the UNT community and the world.
Johnny Quinn, former UNT football and track star, to compete on the Winter Olympics men's U.S.A. bobsled team.
From Denton to Greenland, UNT researchers investigate endangered species and wildlife threats.
David Wachira ('13 Ph.D.) donates first paycheck to support scholarships.
Dedicated UNT fan Ian Campbell will have attended more than 100 games before he begins his freshman year next year.
Following a successful professional career, trumpeter Will Miller returns to complete his degree.
As anniversary nears, a Secret Service agent, surgeon and journalists are preserving their memories.
UNT's program, the first of its kind, is blazing the trail to create state-of-the-art shopping options for consumers.
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We Mean Green Fund takes students' ideas and makes them reality.
UNT students can sign up to volunteer on 15 Alternative Spring Break trips.
UNT soccer team captain is setting goals in class and on the soccer field.
UNT's Salute to Faculty Excellence recognition program honors the best of the best.
The academy welcomed its first class in 1988, and thousands have graduated since.
New researcher uses plants to help find health care, fossil fuel, agriculture solutions.
New campaign puts information and resources for success at students' fingertips.
From finding a mentor to providing funding, UNT has helped Marisha Frazier achieve her research goals.
We provide training for some of the nation's fastest growing fields.
LEAP was the first long-distance program outside of the continental U.S. for the College of Information.
UNT's rich literary program offers a supportive community for aspiring wordsmiths as they develop into professional writers.
Thomas Pemberton started a business, landed a job and won a marketer of the year award while a student.
The new, sustainable building will provide more space and resources for the UNT community.
UNT alumna uses knowledge and skills gained through UNT's top-ranked health informatics program to help researchers fight disease.
Melissa Finefrock, who graduates this weekend, says UNT faculty and staff helped her succeed.
Volunteers support former foster-care students, people with mental disabilities and others.
World premiere of acclaimed composer Jake Heggie's symphony.
Gifts to UNT help students find their green light to greatness, support new initiatives.
From making their own tools to marketing Mean Green Racing to sponsors, students are gaining valuable experience.
Pride in his family's business and knowledge learned at UNT helped him grow into multi-state retail chain.
The model provides convenience for students and collaboration between service units.
Phillip Hernandez and Danyelle Graves use the knowledge they gained at UNT to help others.
2013 Alumni Award winners include current and legendary chart toppers.
Program has provided career direction, research experiences for more than 200 students.
Researchers are developing technologies, products designed by nature or with nature in mind.
Internships, industry connections help UNT logistics students get ahead.
Makers of the Blackberry proud to fund scholarships, student research.
James Thurman turns ordinary paper into extraordinary art.
A UNT Pre-Veterinary Club event led Allison Duquaine to her calling – and an interesting stint at the Dallas Zoo.
See what UNT community members are grateful for and share your thankful pics with us.
UNT student veteran saves a fellow soldier's life, sets an example for others to follow.
Five faculty have been honored in areas from biology to engineering to film to public health.
The American Country Awards nominees chose UNT as the setting for Life at Best title track.
Share your photos, videos and memories of the storybook week for a chance to win UNT gear.
Three alumni find new directions for their careers after transferring to UNT.
Mary Harris, Bruce Bond and Arminta Jacobson are given top recognition during Faculty Excellence Week.
Design professor and his family live in Honors Hall to help students adjust to life away from home.
New facility will provide students hands on experience to prepare for careers in autism treatment, research and support.
Zach Orr says UNT football provides him with the opportunity to be his best on and off the field.
The RTVF grad directs the beach volleyball live world television feed from the Olympic Games in London.
Recent graduate Amy Tuley earns a 2-year contract with prestigious Los Angeles modern dance company.
UNT alumni are powering the region with creative expertise, drawing visitors and urban development.
David McEntire, professor in UNT’s Department of Public Administration, shares what you need to know to be ready.
Faculty members invest in students' experience and knowledge to help them achieve their goals.
Student's commencement marks another milestone for UNT legacy family.
Monica Thieu was browsing the Internet when she noticed the game show Jeopardy! had open auditions online.
The ACM award-winning Eli-Young Band is just one example of UNT alumni working together.
Scientists' acute knowledge of water quality lets them lead Texas' restoration and conservation efforts.
Want to lend a hand? There are many ways to volunteer at UNT, like the annual CANstruction project.
Patrick Horn’s findings could help scientists improve human health and nutrition as well as agricultural productivity.
Whether caring for patients or researching in labs, UNT alumni are improving health around the world.
Five education alumnae spark opportunity with UNT scholarship gift. Learn how you can give to UNT.
The Transfer Center provides services and resources that help transfer students succeed and thrive.
Jim Nicholson is one of thousands of vets UNT has served -- and continues to serve -- over the years.
Activities include a Veterans Day service on the Denton County Courthouse lawn.
Greater variety, vegan menus and Southern comfort food are all available now, thanks to diner input.
Join us for the fun and festivities, then share your Homecoming stories, photos and videos.
Students with insomnia can participate in the study; all students can get vaccine for free at health center.
Equipped with the latest technology and designed to prepare students for a changing business world.
Use EaglePan to tag yourself and your friends in our panoramic photo, then share the experience.
Come see Head Coach Dan McCarney usher in an exciting era of UNT football at Apogee Stadium.
Donation is latest in list of multimillion dollar announcements.
20-year, $20 million partnership to support UNT and Mean Green Athletics.
Doctoral student Wayla Chambo is selected to showcase her unique performance at national flute convention.
With help from mentors and student services, the scholars are now beginning to pursue their passions.
Graduates use lessons, skills learned at UNT to create life-size ancient reptiles for zoos and theme parks.
Rosa Aloisi hopes her research will help the international community improve conditions to protect human rights.
More than 50 years after taking her first college classes, Burlyce Sherrell Logan earns a UNT degree.
For decades UNT Astronomy Program director Ron DiIulio has gathered space program memorabilia.
UNT alumni Tom "Bones" Malone, Marvin Stamm, Lou Marini will perform a tribute for the late Jazz Studies director.
Graduates of UNT's famously rigorous program pursue high-powered careers, start their own labels.
Kenneth Brons says UNT faculty, staff helped him find the right road for his future.
Marian Brock plays a main character in the short film, God of Love.
Pianist, UNT professor Joseph Banowetz brings to life a composer's music lost in the Holocaust.
Bill Lively helped make history as part of the first Super Bowl in North Texas.
UNT faculty focus on groundbreaking plant research to feed the planet and save the earth.
UNT's Terry Scholars learn how to be tomorrow's leaders while helping humanity today.
UNT program's hands-on, real world approach prepares students for forensics careers.
Adrian Cadar's research could lead to improved treatments for preemie babies with a heart defect.
View Homecoming videos and photos and read stories about Homecoming 2010 experiences.
Sheffield, associate athletic director for student services, guides student athletes as they work toward degrees.
Dr. Rosalyn Reades takes charge using lessons she learned as an honors student and athlete.
UNT community uses seed planted by environmental legacy to grow leadership in sustainability issues.
UNT professor Saraju Mohanty's goal is to reduce the number of times your devices need recharging.
Alumnus David Rosenbaum started and grew a successful fireworks business while still a student.
UNT alumni bring major motion pictures, television shows to the screen.
Program bonds grandparents and grandchildren through learning.
Marsha Sowell credits Honors College, McNair Program and caring, helpful UNT faculty with her success.
UNT's high-ranking game design program launches careers in booming entertainment field.
Professors focus their experience to train future teachers, researchers, leaders and performers.
The Kansas City Chiefs' four-time NFL Pro Bowler is recognized for his generosity and support.
New substances and components are designed to make military jets and commercial planes last longer.
Sander Martin, School Psychology Program director, will serve as host in the Olympic Village.
New program guides student veterans through educational options and resources.
Perseverance and a healthy work ethic take Lorraine C. Miller all the way to Capitol Hill.
UNT's Success for Life through Reading promotes early literacy for low income families.
Kathryn McCauley and Student Legal Services fight for students' rights.
Hospitality management grad Blythe Beck is at the center of a hit Oxygen network reality series.
Mad Men inspires UNT student Stephen Walsh to create office space.
Share your Homecoming stories, photos and videos.
With a rich lineage, UNT's family grows green pride as new generations of alumni write their own chapters in our story.
Jeff Helstad, UNT senior, applies his National Guard experience to materials science research.
John Bramblitt, UNT alumnus, views the world through his paintings after losing his sight.
UNT alumna Shirin Askari pits her designing skills against 15 others on hit show Project Runway.
UNT Career Center services can give you an advantage in troubled times.
UNT grad student's film about an Elvis impersonator gets screen time at L.A. Film Festival.
UNT alumni, including Emily Charette, power the creative design for the likes of Metallica, Nike and Fossil.
Matching active singles for low pressure lunch dates is the mission of UNT alumna Irene LaCota, president and chief marketing officer of It's Just Lunch.
UNT student Eri Yoshimura looks for ways to lessen pianists' hand and body injuries.
UNT classes where modern super heroes, American popular music and Bob Dylan are the study topics.
Former UNT art student, Sonya Vasquez, creates wax figure of the 44th president.
Watch videos to hear the stories from Cirzy, Darryl and Sarah and learn how you can become one.
Ram Dantu's research may make it easier for 911 to locate you if you call from an Internet-based phone.
Simulated Emergency Operations Center prepares tomorrow's emergency managers and coordinators.
Mohammad Omary leads UNT scientists creating white light that is eco-friendly and affordable.
Jessie Pavelka, Lifetime network's healthy living expert on DietTribe, started his journey as a trainer while he was a UNT student. (Photo Credit: Bradford Rogue)
Condoa Parrent overcomes a rough beginning to find her calling in counseling others.
A UNT student's polymer creation that may one day save hospital patients' lives, made him the 2008 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology winner.
UNT senior helps low-income Denton families fulfill the American dream of home ownership.
Learn how UNT's unique program teaches core money management skills, get advice to help you get through these challenging economic times, and read tips to avoid credit card fraud and save money this holiday season.
Welcome to UNT! These resources will help you make a smooth transition to life as a college student.