The main idea is to get a degree, but you can’t study all the time! Clubs and organizations are an important way to make friends, relieve stress and have fun. What clubs are offered that interest you? What kind of athletics program does the college have? What about concerts, plays and other entertainment on campus?
UNT has 400 student organizations, including many intercultural organizations and 41 fraternities and sororities. Leadership and training opportunities are abundant. UNT competes in Conference USA. With seating for 31,000 fans, UNT’s Apogee Stadium has eco-friendly features unlike any collegiate football venue in the nation.
Look for availability of services and resources that will help you thrive, such as health centers, computer labs, libraries, academic and personal counseling and tutoring.
UNT’s Health and Wellness Center doctors can help you when you’re feeling sick and also provide services such as x-rays, lab tests and prescription refills. The center also has the first full-service optical office located on any college campus in the state. Need to pull an all-nighter to write a paper? UNT has 14 computer labs, including one open 24 hours.