UNT Virtual Tour Housing & Dining Presentation-HTML version

UNT is the largest residential campus in North Texas. Fourteen residence halls house about 6,000 students. All undergraduate halls have front desks staffed 24 hours a day and secure, keyless entry.

students sitting with laptops and watching TV in the foyer of one of UNT's dormatories students talking next to the security desk near the entry of Honor's Hall on the UNT campus

Living/learning communities let you live with people who have the same major or interests as you, and residence hall associations help you meet the people you live with.

two female students waving flags during the international parade a group of students studying in a dorm room

Honors Hall is for students enrolled in Honors College and has a scholars apartment used by a visiting writer, musician or other scholar who lives among the students.

exterior shot of Honors Hall

If you’re thinking about Greek life, UNT offers the traditional Greek experience, with many fraternities and sororities.

students showing their various fraternity and sorority affiliations the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house on the UNT campus

Choose from 6 dining halls or find something tasty in the University Union.

student making a selection from the salad bar in the University Union building at UNT

Each dining hall has a specialty, from burgers and fries to vegetarian and low-calorie options. Choices in the Union vary from made-to-order sandwiches and smoothies to well-known vendors such as Einstein Bros. Bagels, Taco Bell, Chick-fil-A, and sushi.

sushi is an available dining choice on the UNT campus

Coffee is also easy to find with coffee shops in the Union, Willis Library, Bruce Hall, and Discovery Park.

students enjoying coffee at one of several coffee bars on the UNT campus

Are you a picky eater? Want to try something new? Denton has lots of unique places to eat, from Thai to tacos and from organic to gourmet. You’ll also find lots of coffee houses and cinnamon rolls at Ravelin Bakery (D Magazine says are worth the drive from Dallas to Denton).

a young woman sitting at the Jupiter House in Denton, TX

UNT is really just like a small town. It has its own post office, corner store, bookstore, bank, and places to eat.

interior shot of the common area in the University Union building at UNT an employee of the UNT campus bookstore helps a student find her text books

The UNT Shuttle will take you all over campus and Denton’s buses will take you all over town—for free.
All you have to do is show your student ID.

a young woman exiting the University Shuttle bus while other students wait to board students boarding the University Shuttle bound for Discovery Park, UNT's main research facility

You can even take the Commuter Express shuttle all the way to Dallas and back. If you want to drive yourself, you can rent a Hertz Connect car by the hour for short trips around the area.

DCTA commuter express bus that provides students a low cost way to get to and from Dallas or Fort Worth

Our largest library – often called Club Willis – is open until 2 a.m. and offers a 24-hour computer lab. It’s the late hangout on weekends, complete with a coffee and snack source, the Cyber Café.

UNT's Willis library is a popular place for students to meet and study together the Cyber Cafe located right inside Willis Library for those late night study sessions

There is a lot more we’d like to show you. Come for a visit at tours.unt.edu.