This football season, alumni can get in on the excitement of the Mean Green's first year as a member of Conference USA while socializing with fellow alumni at the UNT Alumni Association's pavilion at Apogee Stadium.
The pavilion is the perfect spot for gathering and enjoying pre-game activities such as cookouts, says alumnus David Ray ('05), who has been going to the pavilion since Apogee Stadium opened in 2011.
"The pavilion is a central location for meeting friends on gamedays and socializing," he says. "The best part about hanging out there is catching up with fellow alumni before going to watch the Mean Green win a football game."
The association's pavilion features a 3,200-square-foot patio that is open for fans to mingle with other alumni and enjoy games on high-definition TVs. Three hours before every home game, the pavilion opens to association members with free entry, and also to non-members who buy a $10 one-day entry pass.
Throughout the season, alumni and friends can continue to support the association through its brick paver program by buying brick pavers on the adjoining exterior patio of the pavilion. They can have their names engraved on the pavers, leaving a lasting legacy for future UNT students and alumni to enjoy. Pavers can be purchased for as little as $100 and are tax-deductible. To order, visit the UNT Alumni Association online.