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University of North Texas at Dallas, the fastest-growing public university in the state, has once again set a new standard for enrollment, eclipsing the 4,000-student mark for the first time.

Official enrollment for Fall 2019 is 4,059, a year-to-year increase that hit our goal of 8% annual growth. 

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UNT Dallas finalizes its first competitive Esports squad.

Jerrod Tynes at community garden

The UNT Dallas Faculty Senate hands out its four annual awards.

cross country team at first meet

UNT Dallas makes a successful collegiate athletics debut at the Crusader Invitational.

unt dallas students at commencement

Trailblazing university forges ahead despite COVID-19 challenges.

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The UNT Dallas Faculty Alliance has its hands full each year whittling down an excellent group of candidates for its annual awards. With faculty growing each year, and the bar on exceptional work continually being raised, selecting the 2018-19 award winners was no easy task. Those winners were announced by Provost Betty Stewart during Thursday's Convocation ceremony.

students walk through tent at convocation

UNT Dallas is growing in myriad ways, from its student body to number of degree plans offered to the campus itself. At Thursday's Convocation, another new measure of growth took hold -- the start of a Trailblazer tradition. 

professor robert harris

Professor Robert O. Harris Jr., one of the foremost collectors of Walt Whitman books and papers in the world, is lending selections from his extensive private collection to be exhibited at SMU’s DeGolyer Library in celebration of the great American poet’s 200th birthday.

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Arthur Bradford spent his career in the corporate sector at companies such as Walmart, JC Penney and PepsiCo

students stand at UNT Dallas entrance sign

UNT Dallas students Carlos Martinez-Flores (from left in photo), Daisy López-Martinez, Patricia Masek and Yarik Molina emerged from an international grant competition with an impressive third-place finish, scholarship money and a $4,000 grant to develop their project: The Hispanic Educational Empowerment Project.