To help commemorate our 125th anniversary and our rich history, traditions and culture, we asked alumni, students, faculty, staff and other friends what they love most about UNT.
What we learned is that while the campus map, fashions, music and technology have changed through the years, our caring community and individual curiosity have not.
Students seek out UNT for our top-notch academic programs and esteemed faculty, but also for our culture of creativity and quirkiness that can't be found anywhere else. And they stay and flourish in our campus community that welcomes all types of people and allows anyone to feel at home.
Danielle Godwin ('12) summed it up for us in her submission: "One of the things I love most about UNT is the wide variety of students and faculty who make up the fun-loving population. Their quirks, attitudes and passions are what rounded out my experience at UNT beyond academic to life changing. Thanks for the memories!"
We know there are countless things to love about UNT. This featured list is just a sampling and the items are in no particular order. If they stir your memories or you have other favorites to add to the list, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: The North Texan; University of North Texas; Division of University Relations, Communications and Marketing; 1155 Union Circle #311070; Denton, Texas 76203-5017.
Visit our special commemorative 125th anniversary website and experience UNT's history and traditions through an interactive timeline, watch our 125th anniversary video, learn how you can celebrate at special events this year, find links to anniversary merchandise, and submit your memories and photos to our memory project.