The University of North Texas System is a publicly funded institution with five components in one of the nation’s 10 largest metro areas. Almost 10,000 faculty, staff and student workers are employed in the region.
The cities of Dallas, Denton and Fort Worth form an urban triangle bordered by Interstate 35E/W, and Interstates 30/20.
Each location has a slightly different vibe created by its culture and purpose, its faculty and staff, its student diversity and its home city.
UNT was founded in 1890.The UNT campus is about 30 miles from downtown Dallas and from downtown Fort Worth, both accessible by interstate highways. UNT is a major employer in Denton, which is the quintessential college town with its bookstores, music venues and community activities. Find faculty and staff career opportunities.
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The center was founded in 1970 as the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. UNTHSC is comprised of five graduate schools of medical professions and research, and administers an MD-degree granting medical school in conjunction with TCU. The UNTHSC campus is located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, which includes five nationally recognized museums and a bustling entertainment area. Find career opportunities.
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UNT Dallas was formally established by legislative action in 2001 and became a free-standing university in 2009. The university provides career-focused majors to an underserved area and student demographic. The campus is located in south Dallas, easily accessible by Interstates 20 and 35 and Dallas transportation arteries. Find employment opportunities.
UNT Dallas College of Law, Dallas
The College of Law admitted its first class in fall 2014. The college’s mission is to offer real world legal education at a competitive cost for students, many with established careers, who aspire to public administration and services. The college is a professional school of UNT Dallas, and is located in the UNT System Administration building. Find employment opportunities.
UNT System Administration, Dallas
The UNT System office is located in downtown Dallas in a renovated, historically significant building. The Office of the Chancellor and executive management functions for human resources, finance, legal/compliance, planning and construction, information technology, academic affairs that support all locations comprise system administration. Find employment opportunities.
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