Two students in a well-decorated dorm room.

Where to live

One of the best parts of the UNT experience is living on campus in one of our 15 residence halls. Each hall has its own personality and traditions, and many offer Living-Learning Communities (LLCs), which bring you together with other students who share your major or interest.

Students at UNT's Vegan restaurant,  Mean Greens

Where to eat

With our great meal plan deals and all-you-can-eat open dining, there’s no shortage of snacks to fuel your study sessions. Our dining halls offer something for every taste, from hand-tossed pizza and a taco bar to southern home-style cooking and even delicious all-vegan fare.


Where to play

You can’t spend all your time studying or in the classroom, so UNT provides many ways to stay in shape, unwind and have a little fun -- whether it’s taking a turn on the Pohl Rec Center’s Climbing Wall, cheering on the Mean Green, or playing a pick up game.

Two young Dentonites dancing in front of a record store on the Denton Downtown Square.

Living in Denton

Denton has been named one of America's best main streets according to Fodor's. We love our downtown square, city and all the people that make it so amazing.

University events and activities

More than 1,500 performances, exhibitions and lectures are offered by students and faculty annually.
  • The CoLAB
  • An arts and meeting space in downtown Denton devoted to presenting UNT arts programming in service to the community.
  • Mary Jo and V. Lane Rawlins Fine Arts Series
  • A series of performing, visual and literary arts events designed to entertain and educate.
  • The Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference
    An annual gathering of some of the most talented storytellers in the country, who share their stories, life-changing experiences and expertise with aspiring writers during three days of lectures, panels, one-on-one sessions, and student classes.
  • Rafes Urban Astronomy Center observatory
  • Sky Theater planetarium

Student services

Student organizations

Get involved, make friends, and develop your leadership skills. UNT has more than 400 student organizations.

Leadership opportunities and Greek life