University of North Texas Reviews
I would not recommend this college for any student. They have 40,000 students enrolled into the school. They have neither the facilities nor manpower available to cater for any students needs. Your biggest struggle in this school will be registering for classes. Parking is more expensive than in downtown Austin Texas, 250 bucks. This school was an immense struggle for me coz of the admin I would not recommend it. The school's student financial services is as horrible as they come, you will have to prod them for every single bit of info regarding your tuition. They never get back to students about anything.
My experience with UNT at both the undergraduate and graduate level was tremendous. My instructors in English were passionate, intelligent, and helpful. When taking classes around the college, I never had an instructor who wasn't willing to answer questions or offer assistance. UNT is a great place for learning!
It was a great degree program that afforded a great job after graduation. What drew to the school was its affordability, as well as, the diversity. The campus includes a broad range of students, but even though many are from different backgrounds, the campus has the ability of bringing everyone together. While living on campus, I have never felt more safe, safety is a top priority for the school and I am proud to call myself an eagle. The resources available on school are simply amazing, so you should never feel behind on anything course related. For the future, I am considering on continuing with a graduate academic career in the near future at UNT. Go Mean Green!
I had the pleasure of studying at The University of North Texas for that past 3 years. In these 3 years I have not only learned about ABA from professors who teach, have worked and continue to do work in the field of ABA, and publish much of their own research but I have also gained a lot of experience working at the UNT Kristen Farmer Autism Center. My classes were always engaging and my passion grew in my years here which has pushed me to pursue my masters degree. If you are looking for a high quality program in ABA I highly recommend The University of North Texas.
The Communication Design program is known on the North Texas campus as the hardest degree to obtain, it's only rival being the engineering school. I submitted my entrance portfolio for acceptance into the program with 300 of my peers. Of the 75 accepts, only 16 of us graduated from the program with an art direction (AD) focus and 15 with a graphic design (GD) focus. They cut people every semester and it is mostly subjective since the work is concept based as well as technical skill and participation. One semester I pulled over 20 all nighters and the crazy thing is that isn't even an exaggeration. At any time I could have quit and taken an easier route and I might have had I not felt like I improved exponentially from semester to semester. The program trains you from technical to digital and the rigorous nature only improves the class dynamic as you go on.
The quality of education that I received in the Master's of Education program at the University of North Texas was paramount! Not only are the instructors highly respected in the field of Counseling, but they truly ensure that their students thrive! I often refer back to the lessons and practices that they demonstrated. In fact, 5 years later I am still able to reach out to many of my professors, as they are more than willing to serve in a mentor capacity. Although there were many options when it came to my choice in Graduate schools, I could not be happier with my choice to choose the University of North Texas Counseling Program.
The University of North Texas is one of the best schools I've visited and attended. The free-spirited people and local town gives off a great vibe to new and returning students. The academics are some of the best in Texas, and I can personally say that they have greatly impacted my life in the most positive and flourshing way possible.
As a professional working adult, I benefited from the B.A.A.S program in Applied Technology and Performance Improvement. The education I received was hands down the best decision of my life. I also love the reputation of the University of North Texas. In addition, I was accepted into the Master in Education with a concentration in Educational Leadership with UNT. The education from UNT is no joke, and will serve your educational purpose as well as your personal life. I have researched many other Universities and this has been on the top of my list for the value of education. They continue to improve and I am glad to call myself a University of North Texas Alumni for both my Bachelors and Masters degrees.
I greatly enjoyed my time at UNT. The hospitality program is great - the instructors all have experience in the industry - even the accounting professors. The variety of classes prepares you for all different facets of the industry. Denton, where UNT is located, is a vibrant community with a great music scene. I would recommend UNT for anyone!
The University of North Texas offers a degree that not many other public universities in the area offer - Social Sciences. For me, this degree was perfect in the sense that I had no idea exactly what subject I wanted to study but I knew that I really enjoyed Humanities. Along with my AP credit from high school and placement tests at the university I was able to graduate in just three years with a BA and two minors (Spanish and Criminal Justice). During this time I was still able to hold an on campus part-time job and maintain multiple student organizations. On top of that I finished with minimal student debt! UNT was the perfect place for my undergraduate degree and the social science major was perfectly flexible and allowed me to take many courses in a variety of subjects I was interested in.