University of North Texas Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (47)
The University of North Texas (UNT) enable me to grow tremendously! While the university if mainly known for music, it still has a plethora of talented and experienced professors in other program areas. UNT gave me the opportunity to study abroad, which completely reshaped my undergraduate career. The development I gain both my study abroad trip and on-campus at UNT prepares me for the work I am pursuing at the graduate level.
I didn't think I was going to like UNT but it was one of the greatest experiences of my life! The diversity on campus, in both ethnicity and thought, greatly impacted my life. I fell that I have more tolerance and understanding of others because I got to meet so many different people. Classes were difficult and challenging. I loved all my professors and felt like I could talk to them if I ever had any questions. I would highly recommend UNT to anyone.
This university was great as a whole. I was a commuter student and drove 40 miles to school everyday and it was well worth it. The parking was acceptable and for the most part I found spots. But what stood out to me was that My department took a vested, personal interest in me. I received amazing career, academic, and personal advice from competent and friendly professors and advisors.
The University of North Texas was a great school. The Department of Education faculty was hands on and always available to speak with me regarding classwork, future career options, etc. The classes were small enough where my professors were able to get to know me and help me on a personal level. I was able to work in the exercise physiology lab on a research study as a research assistant. I was also able to work as an assistant to the Sports Pedagogy Department. Overall, I had a great learning experience inside and outside the classroom at UNT.
My undergraduate studies at the University of North Texas at Denton not only were enjoyable, but also very motivational. I could not help but reminisce the past semesters and how remarkable they were. Being a Music Major, I studied at the College of Music at UNT. The campus was gorgeous, there was always an event scheduled everyday for your entertainment. The concerts were held at Voertman Hall and the glorious Murchison Performing Arts Center. Not only the classes were great, but the Professors were great, too. They've always been helpful, encouraging and inspirational. I cannot stress enough how amazing that university is.
I attended the University of North Texas from 2012 to 2014 after transferring from North Central Texas College in Corinth, Texas. My experience at UNT was absolutely extraordinary. I had passionate professors who were invested in the future of their students. I intend on attending UNT for graduate school in Fall 2017. I hope that my experience matches/surpass my wonderful experience during my undergrad.
The social work program at the University of North Texas is one of the best in the state. The program is small enough that your professors know you by name and face. If you needed extra assistance it is readily available to you. You go out into the work force more prepared then students from some other programs. The tuition isn't the cheapest but it isn't the most expensive either. There are many scholarship opportunities and on campus jobs, as well. The campus is very diverse and liberal. The town is not, however.
The University of North Texas was a great fit for me. I heard it had a great education program and had to see for myself. The university was extremely diverse, well maintained, and staffed with people to assist you in every capacity. It was scary for me as a young girl living away from my parents, but I grew into a young adult and met some of my best friends. Go Mean Green!!!
The professors are nice and care for the wall being of the students. The program prepare students for the current job market and the challenges associated with it. The university of north Texas is very diverse with people from every continent studying here. The school also have very diverse teaching staff who are well prepared for the classes they teach. To succeed as a student at the university of north Texas, you have to work hard and smart. I'm not doing my masters at university of Dallas
I live one hour away from University of North Texas, but I didn't mind the drive because I love my school. I chose to go to UNT because of the environment and I have finally found my place where I actually fit in. It's very diverse & the people are friendly.