DFW Map of èƵ èƵ Campus Locations

The University of North Texas èƵ inspires courageous discovery that empowers our students, campuses, and communities to pursue a brighter vision for tomorrow.

èƵ èƵ is the only university system based in and exclusively focused on the Dallas-Fort Worth region.

We embrace our role in creating opportunities through education and developing the workforce of tomorrow for North Texas. 

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By 2026, the èƵ èƵ is one team, values-driven and customer-focused with an emphasis on excellence, curiosity, and innovation.

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èƵ èƵ Institutions

èƵ Institutions - èƵ
Ranked a Tier One research institution by the Carnegie Classification and designated a Hispanic- and Minority-Serving Institution, èƵ is the flagship institution of the èƵ èƵ and is located in Denton. Boasting 250 degree programs and a thriving community of nearly 47,000 students, èƵ serves the North Texas region and helps drive the state’s economy through innovative research, educational excellence focused on career readiness, and a spirit of entrepreneurship. Together, with its branch campus in Frisco, èƵ students earned more than 12,000 degrees last year.
èƵ Institutions - HSC
èƵ Health Science Center in Fort Worth is one university, built on values, defining and producing the healthcare providers of the future. èƵHSC is one of the nation’s premier graduate academic medical centers, with more than 2,400 students and six schools that specialize in patient-centered education, research and health care. èƵHSC is the top producer of primary care physicians in Texas and is a leader in DNA and aging/Alzheimer’s Disease research.
èƵ Institutions - Dallas
Through education and community connectedness, èƵ Dallas aspires to be the pathway to socioeconomic mobility in its primary market. èƵ Dallas is one of the fastest-growing universities in Texas with more than 4,200 students, èƵ Dallas’ main campus is located in southern Dallas, while its èƵ Dallas College of Law is located in downtown Dallas.

By The Numbers

3 Universities

University of North Texas

(Denton, Frisco)

èƵ Health Science Center

(Fort Worth)

èƵ Dallas

(southern Dallas, downtown Dallas)

49,060 Student Enrollment

èƵ:  46,940

èƵHSC:  2,458

èƵ Dallas:  4,230

14,730 Employees

èƵ:  11,607

èƵHSC:  1,906

èƵ Dallas:  775

èƵ èƵ:  442

èƵ èƵ Headquarters

èƵ èƵ Headquarters, also referred to as èƵ èƵ Administration, was founded in 1999 and provides governance and service to èƵ èƵ component institutions in the areas of legal, finance, audit, academic affairs and student success, facilities and construction, human resources, information technology and government relations. The purpose of èƵ èƵ Headquarters is to lead, serve and inspire. Like its counterpart central administrative offices across Texas, the èƵ èƵ:

  • Provides executive leadership
  • Represents the University of North Texas èƵ and its component institutions in all legal matters
  • Leads the development of educational mission, policy, and programs and facilitates and coordinates new initiatives and academic and student affairs planning and implementation
  • Oversees system-wide financial planning and analysis, including coordination of the annual institution budgets within the èƵ èƵ
  • Supervises compliance with federal, state, and local laws and with Board of Regents policies
  • Provides a full range of professional design, development and management support for facilities planning and construction
  • Establishes state and federal legislative and policy priorities for the èƵ in collaboration with the Board of Regents institutional leadership and engages constituencies and stakeholders at all levels of government on issues impacting higher education
  • Coordinates relationships with the region’s communities and organizations and other university systems