University of North Texas
University of North Texas is a public university that was established in 1890 and is located in Denton, Texas. The University of North Texas System, which involves colleges in Dallas and Fort Worth, is a part of which UNT is a member. Frisco is home to a branch of UNT. UNT occupies 963 acres of land, built for both academic and non-academic purposes.
University of Texas is an above-average public research university which consists of 14 colleges and schools. The University of North Texas is a compassionate and imaginative community that equips its students to flourish in a world that is changing quickly. This university has set its sights on becoming recognized around the world for scholarly endeavors that advance knowledge, transform students, and advance society. A number of academic programs within the university's 14 schools and colleges have developed national and international reputations for distinction due to the outstanding faculty leadership at UNT in teaching, research, creative activities, performance, and service activities. UNT offers more than 110 Bachelors degrees along with 94 and 38 Masters and Doctorate degrees respectively. The faculty and staff at UNT strive every day to prepare students for the challenges they will encounter in our rapidly changing world by providing access, encouraging diversity, enhancing its collaborations with numerous educational, commercial, and community partners, as well as forging new international partnerships.
1155 Union Cir, Denton, TX 76203, USA
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