Office of the President

Office of the President

Every day, we need to focus on helping our students to grow as people, to become college graduates and to build successful careers and lives. That is our ultimate mission and that is our best measure of success.

— President Neal Smatresk

The Latest from President Smatresk

A Carnegie-ranked top-tier research university, UNT has 62 academic programs ranked in the Top 100, including 15 U.S. News & World Report rankings in the Top 100. Check out UNT's newest rankings. UNT generates an economic impact of $1.65 billion in the DFW economy annually. Learn more about how UNT fuels progress in the UNT Impact Report.             
We are deeply concerned about the well-being of members of our community who may be impacted by evolving immigration policies and practices, and we want all of our students, faculty and staff to know we are dedicated to their safety, security and success. Read President Smatresk's message.

UNT Highlights

Marcus Young, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering, and his team of student researchers are part of a national collaboration that received $4.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to improve superconducting materials. The work could lead to even faster high-speed trains and internet connections.

UNT's Institutes of Research Excellence offer solutions-based research, collaboration and outcomes. Capitalizing on UNT's existing research strengths in plant science, materials science, environmental science and logistics, the institutes are a pipeline to bring UNT's know-how to industry. Read about the institutes' breakthroughs in breast cancer researchplant science research and materials science.

Cheer on the Mean Green men's basketball and the women's basketball teams this season as they go for Mean Green glory!