A Respected University
With about 36,000 students,UNT is the nation's 33rd largest university. As the largest, most comprehensive university in Dallas-Fort Worth, UNT drives the North Texas region. UNT offers 97 bachelor's, 88 master's and 40 doctoral degree programs, many nationally and internationally recognized. A student-focused public research university with an emphasis on sustainability, UNT is the flagship of the UNT System.
Fast Facts About UNT
- Founded: 1890
- Campus: 884 Acres
- Enrollment: About 36,000 students
- Faculty and Staff: More than 4,000
- Colors: Green and White
- Athletic Nickname: Mean Green
- Mascot: Eagle
- Athletic Conference: Sun Belt (Division 1)
The UNT Employment Experience
"What do you like most about working at UNT?"
|"UNT fosters a great team environment that promotes collaboration and camaraderie across the campus."
|"I enjoy working at UNT. It allows me the opportunity to interact with students and my co-workers on a daily basis."
|"It is an honor to serve the UNT Community as the Community Relations Officer for the UNT Police Department. One of the many things I enjoy about working for the university, in the capacity in which I serve, is the positive working relationship I have with students, faculty and staff – It is a very dynamic group of individuals working for a dynamic university."
|"I enjoy working at UNT for the variety and diversity of our faculty, staff and students. The Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity is available to all groups on campus and creates an inclusive environment to help UNT Students success. Working in this division has opportunity to work with great people, but has also allowed me to flourish as an employee and a person."
|"I enjoy working at the University of North Texas and the camaraderie that I share with my fellow co-workers."
|"The challenges I face and the people I interact with inspires me. I work in a team, with all of us focused on the same goal: a collaborative effort that seeks to proactively protect UNT faculty, staff, students and the environment. I genuinely enjoy the campus at the university, milling through the hallway, looking happy and healthy."
|"Having graduated from UNT, it is a comfortable and familiar place. Working for the College of Visual Arts and Design, specifically, I am surrounded by creative, diverse, and imaginative people who inspire me, daily. UNT is an extension of the family I've found here, and Denton is an extension even of that."