More than a place to live
Living on campus your first year, you’ll have an automatic way to meet people and get engaged in campus life. By living on campus, you’ll maximize your college experience.
UNT offers 14 residence halls, each with its own personality. Dorm life lets you hang out with other students, eat when and where you want to, or roll out of bed 10 minutes before class if you like. You can opt for a living-learning community with a focus on global learning, jazz, arts and design, business, journalism, health and wellness or other areas.
- Apply online for housing as soon as you decide to attend UNT. Housing spaces fill up quickly with 5,600 UNT students living on campus. You may apply for housing at the same time you apply for admission.
- Within 10 days of completing your housing application, submit your $400 deposit and prepayment.
Eating on campus
When you go to classes on campus and live on campus, sooner or later you’ll need to eat on campus.
UNT has 5 dining halls located in residence halls, providing a wide variety of menu choices — from vegan to Southern comfort foods.
Get the most out of college by getting involved. There are many opportunities to take advantage of at UNT. You can have a traditional college experience or find your niche with others who share your passions or interests, no matter how esoteric.
Join a group
We offer 400 student organizations, including:
- Academic and honors associations
- Fraternities and sororities
- Multicultural and political groups
- Service and religious/spiritual societies
- Spirit and special interest organizations
- Recreational sports teams
- A student newspaper, radio station and cable TV station
Get the whole experience
For many, intercollegiate athletics is essential to the university experience. NCAA Division I football and 15 other men's and women's sports provide excitement and build affinity. UNT’s new Apogee Stadium provides the ultimate game day experience. Last year’s winning season culminated with the football team taking home the Heart of Dallas Bowl championship trophy.
All that jazz — and more
UNT’s world-renowned College of Music performs 1,000 concerts a year. You can enjoy music of all kinds, but we're famous for jazz — the One O'Clock Lab Band has been nominated for six Grammy Awards over the years. Art exhibits, theatre and dance performances, films and other activities also abound. Many events are free to UNT students. If you're an active person, you can join an intramural sports team, pump iron at the rec center and challenge yourself with adventure trips (and equipment rentals) at our Outdoor Pursuits Center.