From blackout poetry to French opera, UNT presents 1,500 performances, exhibitions and lectures each year.
Celebrated artists, musicians, faculty and students perform and exhibit their work in UNT’s numerous state-of-the-art facilities, sharing their talents with community members from across the North Texas region.
The UNT College of Music stands as one of the nation’s best, largest and most comprehensive music schools — with the nation’s first jazz studies program.
U.S. News & World Report ranks the College of Visual Arts and Design 42nd nationally among top graduate schools for fine arts. The college is considered one of the best art schools in the South and Southwest.
An educational and cultural resource, the Texas Fashion Collection holds 20,000 historic items from renowned designers.
UNT offers one of the most cost-effective, high-quality educations available.
UNT annually awards $405 million in financial aid, including more than $60 million in scholarships. About 75 percent of UNT students receive financial aid and scholarships.
UNT students, employees and alumni perform 13,900 hours of community service annually in major service programs such as Alternative Spring Breaks, Make a Difference Day and The Big Event, a national day of service.
UNT welcomes 400,000 visitors each year for concerts, art exhibitions, lectures, summer camps, sporting events and numerous other activities.
UNT supports and drives the growth and programs of communities and businesses in the North Texas region. As a catalyst for creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, UNT is paving the way for an evolving economy.