Office of the President

Office of the President

We will find a path to national prominence. We will find a path to Tier One. And we are going to do it by working together.

— President Neal Smatresk at the inaugural
State of the University

The Latest from President Smatresk

At the inaugural State of the University, President Smatresk gave a frank assessment of UNT and unveiled the top priorities UNT will tackle this year. He also outlined how UNT will evolve its focus throughout the next three years to ensure continued progress. 
UNT's fall 2014 enrollment is strong, with increases in the number of continuing students and students enrolling full time and in the number of courses taken by the student body. More than 4,700 students -- including half of the freshman class -- opted into the Eagle Express Tuition Plan, committing to graduate in four years.

UNT Highlights

Be a part of the Mean Green Nation filling the stands with green pride this season. Watch as the 2014 Heart of Dallas Bowl champions vie for another winning season. And join the fun and festivities of the "Mean Green Circus: The Greatest Homecoming on Earth" when the Mean Green takes on Florida Atlantic Nov. 8.

Renowned UNT plant biologists Richard Dixon and Ron Mittler were named to Thomson Reuters' 2014 Highly Cited Researchers list in their field. And the innovative number-crunching research that chemistry researcher Angela Wilson uses in determining chemical reactivity earned her the American Chemical Society's top female chemist honor. Learn more about innovative faculty research.


UNT's logistics programs rank among the Top 25 undergraduate and graduate supply chain programs in North America. The undergraduate program is tied for sixth place and the M.B.A. concentration is tied for 24th place. The rankings are from Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company.