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By the numbers

Undergraduate Enrollment 2,727
In-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $261.63
Out-of-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $676.63
Yearly Room and Board $7,001+
% of Students on Financial Aid N/A
Median SAT/ACT 910/19
% of African American Students 31
% of Asian American Students 2
% of Hispanic Students 42
% of International Students 1
Student/Teacher Ratio 20:1
Number of Full-time Faculty 162
% of Male/% of Female Students 32/68
Greek System? N/A
% of Freshmen Who Live on Campus 21
% of Students Who Graduate in Four Years N/A
% of Students Who Graduate Overall N/A
% of Freshmen Who Return 77
% Of Alumni Who Give $$$ to School N/A

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University of North Texas at Dallas

Team Name:

Jaguars

Address:

7300 University Hills Blvd., Dallas, TX 75241

Web:

untdallas.edu

Phone:

972-780-3600

Facebook:

UNTDallas

Twitter:

@UNTDallas

Points of Distinction

  • Friendly campus and convenient services help students who transfer from community colleges, other universities and the military, as well as those who need flexible schedules.
  • Fixed tuition plan offers four-year degrees for less than $37,000, and 98% of incoming freshmen receive some form of financial aid.
  • Second in Texas and fourth nationally for lowest student debt upon graduating, according to LendEDU.
  • 17:1 student-faculty ratio delivers intimate class sizes and personal attention.
  • The campus is served by DART light rail, making it extremely accessible and directly connected to downtown Dallas.
  • Residence hall opened in 2017 provides on-campus living.

PERCHED ON A HILLTOP overlooking the downtown Dallas skyline, the University of North Texas at Dallas is the only public, accredited four-year university in the City of Dallas. Serving Dallas-Fort Worth—the No. 1 job market in the U.S., according to Forbes magazine—UNT Dallas has served as a pathway to social mobility since its establishment in 2010.

UNT Dallas offers students the most affordable tuition plans in the Dallas-Fort Worth region to help them earn a bachelor’s, master’s or juris doctoral degree while minimizing student debt. Value-based education is accompanied by innovative, high-quality academic programs.

Under the leadership of President Robert Mong, UNT Dallas’ enrollment is approaching 4,000 students, with an expectation of more than 5,000 by 2021. The tree-lined, 264-acre campus is evolving physically as well, guided by a campus master plan that includes the 132,000-square-foot, $63-million student center scheduled to open in spring 2019. In downtown Dallas, the UNT Dallas College of Law’s historic, soon-to-be home—the former Dallas City Hall—is undergoing a $56 million renovation and will house the city’s only public law school.

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