UNT 101: Get Involved

Welcome to UNT 101, a weekly series to prepare you to hit the ground running for your new life at UNT. We’ve interviewed Eagle Ambassadors (read: UNT aficionados) about everything from the best places to study to the best music venues in town. Let their answers be your guide to joining the Mean Green family.

Joining one of UNT’s more than 450 student organizations is one of the best ways to get the most out of your college experience. It gives you the chance to make new friends and lifelong memories. Here are some of the student orgs our Ambassadors recommend checking out:

SGA students

SGA

The Student Government Association gives a voice to all undergraduate students at UNT. The SGA operates much like an actual democratic government, including everything from an executive branch to the judicial. Learn more about ways you can help or join the SGA today.

Recommended by:

  • Ethan
  • Tessa
  • Autumn

North Texas Smash Club

Super Smash Bros. is not just a game, it’s a community of highly skilled gamers battling for bragging rights and a good time. When you sign up for North Texas Smash Club, be prepared for a fun-filled time that will get your competitive side going.

Recommended by:

  • Caether
Smash club meeting

Mixed Greens meeting

Mixed Greens

Mixed Greens is a student organization for students of mixed heritage and ethnicities. Their aim is to provide students with various opportunities to learn more about each other and connect through educational, social and cultural community events celebrating a variety of races and ethnicities.

Recommended by:

  • David

Women of Gold

Not only do they uplift and support all women of UNT, Women of Gold is also dedicated to creating an environment that is safe, welcoming and encouraging. Women of Gold also connects women on campus through events, forums and community service.

Recommended by:

  • Caether
Women of gold meeting

students taking a selfie

Bangladesh Student Association

The primary objective for BSA is to encourage and foster a spirit of welfare, comradery and understanding among Bangladeshi students at UNT. Furthermore, the group takes an active interest in the cultural, social and moral welfare of Bangladeshi students.

Recommended by:

  • Ginny

American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE)

The AAAE student chapter is a professional group of students who want to network within the aviation industry in all areas of the business.

Recommended by:

  • Priya
AAAE member photo