Display your UNT school spirit

Since 1991, UNT alumni, faculty, staff and students have been riding with Mean Green pride on Texas roadways and beyond by sporting UNT license plates. In May 2011, the university began offering its current "Mean Green" plate design as a new fun way for members of the UNT community to show their green pride on the go.

Today, hundreds in the UNT community are part of the university’s license plate program and we’re focused on growing the number of Mean Green plates on roadways with your support. Order your plate now.

Contribute to the academic success of a UNT student

You’ll take great pride in knowing that as a member of the Mean Green family you can make a difference with the purchase of a Mean Green plate. A portion of proceeds from every plate sale and renewal goes to fund student scholarships at UNT and is tax deductible.

UNT's license plate program has raised more than $127,000 and counting for student scholarships. Let’s keep paying it forward by supporting our students and helping them achieve their college dream.

Ordering is easyPhoto of a UNT branded liscense plate

Order your Mean Green license plate online today. UNT partners with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and myplates.com to offer the Mean Green license plate. The cost varies for new Mean Green plates depending on how many years and the level of personalization you choose. Renewal prices range from $50 to $450, for one, three and five year terms.

Whether you’re an alum, student, parent, faculty or staff member, you can buy and customize your very own Mean Green plate. Don’t be left out. Join members of the UNT community displaying their school spirit as they drive the nation’s highways.

Did you know that you can update older plates?

If your car or truck has an older state UNT license plate, we encourage you to make the switch to our Mean Green plate so you’re sporting the university’s latest plate design.

The cost to renew your existing UNT license plate is $30, plus registration fees. Renew online, by mail or at your local Department of Motor Vehicles office.

President in front of a car with a Mean Green License plate, making the eagle claw.

Show your creativity

Many members of the UNT community, including President Neal Smatresk, show their UNT pride on the go with personalized Mean Green plates.

We want to know how you’ve personalized your Mean Green plate. Snap a selfie with your plate and share on Twitter and Instagram with #UNTProud.