The University of North Texas is fortunate to have a beautiful campus marked by architecturally diverse buildings and stunning grounds. However, in order to achieve our bold goals we must ensure our classrooms, laboratories, residence halls, concert halls, studios and other campus spaces foster educational innovation and support community engagement.
Capital gifts support the design and construction of new buildings, the renovation and upgrade of existing structures, the addition of new technologies and research facilities and the beautification of the campus.
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UNT alumnus pledges largest gift in university history
The University of North Texas announced the largest gift in the history of UNT with a pledge of $22 million from entrepreneur and alumnus Charn Uswachoke.
UNT to receive estimated $8 million estate gift
Denton philanthropist Paul Voertman is planning to donate an estimated $8 million through a bequest in his will to support student scholarships and other programs.
$2.5 million bequest to honor esteemed former CVAD faculty member Jack Sprague
An estate gift estimated at $2.5 million from an anonymous donor will ensure that the communication design program in the University of North Texas' College of Visual Arts and Design continues to flourish.