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Student Reviews of University of North Texas

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  • Amber from Denton, TX

    It's predominantly an arts school with the big emphasis on music, but given its reputation, that should be no shock to anyone. That doesn't mean that the other programs are ignored. Most of the teachers are good, but before you enroll, check the… more read full review

    It's predominantly an arts school with the big emphasis on music, but given its reputation, that should be no shock to anyone. That doesn't mean that the other programs are ignored. Most of the teachers are good, but before you enroll, check the teachers out on ratemyprofessor.com because just like every other school out there, we have our share of bad professors. It has a good atmosphere with tons of activities if you know where to look for them - most activities are advertised by the school email and flyers around campus. There plenty of intramural and club sports for everyone, and all students have free admission into the gym and all sporting events. If you just want to hang out with people the Student Union and Willis Library are the places to be, especially later in the afternoon. The food isn't half bad. Bruce is the most convenient cafeteria, and its food is decent. Mean Greens at Maple Hall is the best food on campus - although I've heard that Victory Hall has some good food as well. As far as dorms go, they're not half bad, although probably not worth how much you pay for them unless you pay extra to live at Traditions or Sante Fe or get accepted into the Honors College and can live in Honors Hall. Parking on campus is very difficult, but there is always a space open if you're willing to walk a little. read full review

  • Alix from Dallas, TX

    North Texas has the allure of having a great art/music school with the diversity (and affordability!) you would expect from a state school. Denton is a great city as well with many parks and festivals to partake in. The public transportation is… more read full review

    North Texas has the allure of having a great art/music school with the diversity (and affordability!) you would expect from a state school. Denton is a great city as well with many parks and festivals to partake in. The public transportation is fairly decent as well. read full review

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