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Through a partnership with the city of Frisco, UNT will build a branch campus equipped to serve at least 5,000 students in Frisco, the second fastest-growing city in the nation. UNT will continue to offer programs at Hall Office Park while developing the 100-acre branch campus.
Join UNT President Neal Smatresk at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018 at the Murchison Performing Arts Center for his annual State of the University address. He will discuss UNT’s successes, challenges and plans for the future, and how UNT remains the most caring and creative public research university.

UNT Highlights

Forbes magazine recently released its list of America’s Best Employers, and UNT was near the top of the list at No. 40 nationwide. UNT employs 4,500 faculty and staff members and was named Texas’ No. 4 top employer, trailing industry leaders USAA, Southwest Airlines and MD Anderson Cancer Center.

A Carnegie-ranked top-tier research university, UNT has 68 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.             

UNT's Institutes of Research Excellence offer solutions-based research, collaboration and outcomes. The institutes are a pipeline to bring UNT's know-how to industry. Read about the institutes' breakthroughs in breast cancer research, plant science research and materials science. Read about new discoveries in prostrate cancer research and pediatric cancer research, and all of UNT's innovative research