(Fraternities and sororities)
The University of North Texas provides you with opportunities to stretch your imagination, broaden your perspectives and help you develop new friendships. We can also help you balance your academic and social lives. We have something for everyone.
Greek life is an important part of our tradition. Greek organizations, which include 41 fraternities and sororities, are involved in every aspect of campus life. Fraternities and sororities offer unique leadership, academic, philanthropy/service and social opportunities to enhance your college experience.
We offer 400 student organizations that encourage leadership development, community spirit, activism and public service. Some organizations host events that allow you to interact with renowned scholars, artists and other professionals in your area of interest. Student organizations include:
For more information about student organizations, visit the Student Activities website.
Our world-renowned College of Music presents about 1,000 programs each year ranging from performances by student groups to those featuring internationally known guest artists. Campus venues include the Murchison Performing Arts Center, Stan Kenton Hall, Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre, Recital Hall, Voertman Hall and the Main Auditorium.
Art exhibits, theatre and dance performances, drama productions, films and other activities abound. We have hosted renowned speakers such as Maya Angelou, former President George W. Bush, Robert Gates, John Legend and Sherman Alexie on campus. See our calendar of events for more activities.
You can blow off steam, reduce stress and improve your health at our huge recreation center. It features a large weight room, indoor track, lap pool and four multi-purpose courts. You can workout at your leisure or as part of a fitness class.
Dozens of recreational sports clubs allow you to compete against teams from surrounding areas and other Texas universities. Sports clubs include bowling, dodge ball, women’s lacrosse and in-line hockey. In the intramural sports program, you can join a basketball, flag football, soccer, softball or volleyball team and play against other UNT teams in leagues and tournaments. You can challenge yourself with adventure through the Outdoor Pursuits program. Visit the Recreational Sports website for more information on all of these amenities.
As a UNT student, you can attend all athletic events for free by showing your student ID at the door or gate. Athletic events often include special activities such as pep rallies, tailgating and other spirit-related events.
Apogee Stadium features amenities for fans looking for the ultimate game day experience, including 21 luxury suites, chair-back seating on the club level, two giant video screens and generous tailgating and staging areas. Other athletic venues are: