UNT Dallas College of Law received an A+ in Diversity by The National Jurist. Out of 60 law schools across the nation that made the honor roll, UNT Dallas Law ranked No. 8. Among Texas schools, UNT Dallas College of Law came in No. 2, just behind Texas Southern University.
UNT Dallas Police Chief Christopher Shaw on Thursday was named a Campus Safety magazine Director of the Year finalist.
On Thursday, Dec. 13, the National Society of Leadership and Success group held its induction ceremony for students.
NSLS, which is the largest national organization on campus, serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world.
The University of North Texas at Dallas celebrated the commencement of approximately 375 students at its fall graduation ceremony Friday evening at the Inspiring Body of Christ Church.
The University of North Texas at Dallas has earned reaffirmation of its accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). The accrediting organization made the announcement as part of its annual meetings held this week in New Orleans.
The UNT Dallas Director of Career Services, Arthur Lumzy, drops in to join co-hosts Benjamin Bullock and Greg Campbell to talk about what steps that need to be taken before entering the professional job world.
The Inaugural Blazer Bowl was a smashing success Thursday afternoon with a dozen bowling teams comprised of UNT Dallas staff and friends of the university competing for the ballyhooed Iron Kettle, a grand prize of truly mystical proportion that will come to forever signify this burgeoning event.
University of North Texas at Dallas Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Syeda Jesmin has been awarded a three-year, $303,000 grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The funding will support a comprehensive public health approach to improve mental health at UNT Dallas and surrounding communities.
Founders Hall Room 101 on Tuesday evening was packed with smiling faces and tears of pride as 30 legal residents, all aspiring United States citizens, received their "Spanish in the Community" course graduation certificates. Taught by UNT Dallas students, the course prepares immigrants to pass the U.S. naturalization test and interview with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.