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UNT achieves record-setting fundraising three years in a row

For the third consecutive year, the University of North Texas achieved record-breaking fundraising efforts, setting a new all-time high of $30 million for a single gift and bringing in a total of $61 million for fiscal year 2019.

“We are extremely grateful for our UNT...

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The UNT Kuehne Speaker Series welcomes Alan Mulally and Lou Holtz for the 2019-20 season.

UNT’s Kuehne Speaker Series Announces 2019-20 Speakers

What: UNT Kuehne Speaker Series 2019-20 Season

When: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 and Thursday, April 9, 2020

Where: Hilton Anatole Dallas and Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West

Cost: Tickets will be sold via table...

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For OLLI at UNT members, lifelong learning is an adventure

For the love of learning

Whether lifelong learners want to study Texas history, understand how to interpret a DNA report, join a book club or take a daytrip to the Dallas aquarium, OLLI at UNT has something to offer, thanks in large part to the continued support of the Bernard Osher Foundation. ...

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Dr. Jan Holden has a long history of supporting UNT students in need.

A conversation with Dr. Jan Holden

Meet Janice M. Holden, a UNT Counseling Program faculty member and longtime donor. We spoke with Dr. Holden about how it felt to receive the 2019 UNT Foundation Eminent Faculty Award and why she chooses to support her students through...

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Gabby Ibarra celebrates her 2016 graduation from UNT’s College of Health and Public Service

Becoming a Loyal Eagle

Gabby Ibarra (’16) was drawn to the University of North Texas from the first moments of her campus tour. There wasn’t any thought or debate — UNT was where she wanted to begin her future.

“Walking around campus, I just felt home. That’s the only way I can describe it,” Ibarra says.

After such a...

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G. Brint Ryan

Amanda and G. Brint Ryan give largest gift in UNT history

The University of North Texas is celebrating the creation of the G. Brint Ryan College of Business through a $30 million commitment – the largest gift in university history –  from alumnus G. Brint Ryan and his wife, Amanda.

The gift will provide ongoing support for business research through academic...

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Suit Up provides students with professional clothing to better prepare them for interview opportunities

Diamond Eagles Society to fund Students of Need: Suit Up, Fuel Up, Cap Up

Now in their second year, the UNT Diamond Eagles Giving Society has voted to fund Students of Need: Suit Up, Fuel Up, Cap Up, an exciting Student Affairs initiative that will promote student success and career readiness through three essential, need-based programs.

The estimated $90,000 in...

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