We are big and bold.
UNT is big in every way, from our size to our impact. Established in 1890, we are one of the nation’s largest public universities today. We are the choice of nearly 38,000 students, and we give them the knowledge and know-how to shape their lives, their workplaces and their communities for the better. A Carnegie-ranked Tier One public research university, UNT keeps its students at the heart and fuels the intellectual and economic vitality of one of the most dynamic, fastest-growing regions in the nation. With their UNT education and all the excellence that comes with it, our students and alumni are the leaders, doers and creative thinkers of today and tomorrow.
Big size, big impact.
We thrive through the diversity of our campus community, which includes people of different social, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds. UNT is home to talented students of every kind, from the first-time college student to the working parent to the military veteran.
- BEST: UNT has been named a Best in the West college by The Princeton Review for eight years, offering excellent academic programs and campus experiences.
UNT’s alumni network includes 393,000 members, with 263,000 alumni who live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. And last year, 8,700 students graduated from UNT with the power to turn their Mean Green educations into golden opportunities.
Top 100 Programs
UNT has 62 academic programs ranked among the nation's Top 100, including 15 ranked in the Top 100 by U.S. News & World Report.
We have 4,900 dedicated faculty and staff members focused on helping students succeed. Our faculty include distinguished researchers, scholars and artists who are mentors, innovators and leaders.
UNT is one of the nation’s most diverse universities with 8,400 Hispanic students and 5,300 African American students.
We host about 2,500 international students, who come from 130 countries.
Big and Bright
The class of 2020 is one of the largest freshman classes and part of a bright student body that includes 11 new National Merit Finalists this fall, 144 Terry Scholars and 1,800 Honors College students.
221: We offer 101 bachelor’s, 82 master’s and 38 doctoral degree programs, many nationally and internationally recognized.