The University of North Texas celebrated Native American Heritage Month with a variety of experiences meant to educate and inspire.
ELEVAR is a post-secondary education program for students with intellectual disabilities.
UNT alumni were recognized across a half-dozen categories for the 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
The advanced accreditation is earned by only 5% of law enforcement agencies nationwide.
The office assists the more than 3,000 UNT student veterans and veteran dependents with enrollment, finances and more.
The UNT Department of Dance and Theatre hosted its second-ever 24-hour play festival, where teams had only one day to create an original play.
Día de los Muertos — or the Day of the Dead — is celebrated in a variety of ways both on and off-campus.
The collaborative AI event brought North Texas universities together to boost research collaboration.
UNT alumnus Wilson Jones reflects on the academic and career journeys that brought his namesake career center to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business.
A new partnership with Harmony Public Schools aims to help more high school students pursue their college degrees at UNT.
The College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism hosted the summit with panels discussing artificial intelligence within retail and hospitality.
Cey Adams draws inspiration from the '60s pop art, sign painting, comic books and popular culture.