University of North Texas at Dallas

Dallas, Texas

Team Name: Trailblazers

Address: 7300 University Hills Blvd., Dallas, TX 75241


Phone: 972-780-3600

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University of North Texas at Dallas

Dallas, Texas

OVERLOOKING THE DOWNTOWN Dallas skyline, the University of North Texas at Dallas is the only public, four-year university in the city of Dallas. The school has served as a pathway to social mobility since its establishment in 2010.

The university offers students the most affordable tuition plans in the Dallas region, helping them earn a bachelor’s, master’s, or juris doctor degree while minimizing student debt. A career-focused education with affordable tuition rates is accompanied by innovative, high-quality academic programs that include opportunities for rich experiential learning and paid internships.

Faculty members combine scholarship and real-world professional experience in fields including business, child development and family studies, education, hospitality management, communication and digital media, criminal justice, biology, and more.
UNT Dallas athletics includes men’s and women’s teams in basketball, cross country, and track. Plans include adding men’s and women’s soccer.

Students benefit from the university’s partnerships with non-profit organizations, school districts, community colleges, and local businesses that provide expanded educational options and opportunities to place graduates directly into the workforce.

By The Numbers


Acceptance Rate 90%
Median composite SAT score N/A
Median ACT score N/A
Undergraduate Enrollment 3,433
Students on Financial Aid N/A


In-State Tuition $9,518 per year
Out-of-State Tuition $21,758 for year
Room and Board $7,001+


African American Students 27%
Asian American Students 3%
Hispanic Students 52%
International Students 1%
Male/Female Ratio 32/68

Campus Life

Greek System N/A
Freshman Living on Campus
Freshmen Who Return 70%
Student/Teacher Ratio 17:1
Full-Time Faculty 135


Graduation in Four Years 39.8%
Graduation Overall 38.2%
Alumni Who Give $ to School N/A

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