The UNT Alumni Association is offering a series of events through the fall so that alumni can come together to network and reconnect. Many of these programs broaden the association's regional reach and cater to a diverse group of alumni.
UNT alumni can look forward to Regional Alumni Receptions in Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties. They can attend the event nearest them and enjoy an upscale evening of appetizers, drinks and a UNT update from President Neal Smatresk.
"We received great feedback from our family-friendly regional events this past year like UNT Day at the Fort Worth Zoo and our visit to the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas," says Rob McInturf, executive director of the UNT Alumni Association. "We want to give alumni more opportunities like these to celebrate UNT in the upcoming months."
Alumni, family members and friends are invited to gather at the Alumni Pavilion GameDay Grille before every Mean Green home football game. The Alumni Pavilion is located at the northeast entrance of Apogee Stadium, and entrance is free to Alumni Association members and a guest.
The Alumni Pavilion also will host a Homecoming open house and bonfire dinner Friday, Nov. 10, before game day Nov. 11 when the Mean Green take on UTEP. Learn more about other Homecoming events.
"Whether you graduated 40 years ago or yesterday, you will always be an integral part of the Mean Green family," says McInturf.
To view all upcoming events, visit untalumni.com.