UNT Dallas 'Trailblazer 360' Welcomes High School, Transfer and Graduate Students on Saturday, April 6

Thursday, February 29, 2024

Potential students can get a close-up look at everything The University of North Texas at Dallas (UNT Dallas) offers during its annual spring open house, Trailblazer 360 Preview Day, on Saturday, April 6, 2024.

UNT Dallas will welcome high school juniors, seniors, college students considering a transfer, parents and families, so they can design the next steps of their educational journey. This is a unique opportunity to visit our campus and learn firsthand about pathways to a college degree and fulfilling careers. Visitors will meet other prospective and current students, as well as UNT Dallas faculty, staff and leaders.

Students Tour the UNT Dallas CampusDon’t miss your chance to check out the only four-year university in the City of Dallas, offering an unmatched combination of academic options, value and diversity. We offer specialized support for first-generation college students, those who are the first in their immediate family to attend a college or university, including our Trailblazer Elite program.

The annual Trailblazer 360 Preview Day from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. will let students, parents, and other family and community members get an intimate view of UNT Dallas from all angles and perspectives. It is the ultimate college open house experience for prospective undergraduate and graduate students.

Trailblazer 360 is a family-friendly event with food, entertainment, and lots to see and do. Visitors can interact with current students, alumni, academic advisors, admissions counselors, and financial aid experts. They can tour the campus, including classrooms, study areas, the residence hall, the cafeteria, and our own Starbucks.

Students and Parents Receive Financial Aid and Scholarship Information With more than 30 undergraduate majors and nine graduate degree programs, students can customize a path to success that best fits their career interests, budget, and life on- and off-campus. Current UNT Dallas students, alumni, and employees are also invited to join the Trailblazer 360 Preview Day celebration.

The mission of UNT Dallas is to empower students, transform lives and strengthen communities. Our administrators, faculty and staff live by five shared values and behaviors: Courageous Integrity, Be Curious, We Care, Better Together, Show Your Fire.

UNT Dallas is the local college on the move, gaining momentum in recent rankings and ratings. As students seek both quality and affordability, we enable them to graduate with more knowledge and less debt. The combination of educational and financial value UNT Dallas offers has been recognized by respected regional and national evaluations.

  • Fun and Games Are Part of Trailblazer 360 UNT Dallas achieved the highest rankings in two key categories of the Texas University Report Card, an annual review by the educational non-profit ScholarShot.
  • UNT Dallas is the only college or university in North Texas to receive a 4.5 (out of 5) rating from money.com in its annual Best Colleges in America evaluation.
  • UNT Dallas earned recognition from U.S News & World Report in its most recent rankings for Top Public Schools, Best Value Schools, Top Performers on Social Mobility, and Regional Universities West.
  • UNT Dallas ranked the highest out of 11 North Texas colleges and universities on Washington Monthly’s list of “Best Bang for the Buck” colleges in the South region.

We welcome everyone to Blaze Your Trail at UNT Dallas. Stop by on Saturday, April 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at 7300 University Hills Blvd. so you can see the campus up close, discover our many programs for undergraduate and graduate degrees, and meet the people who can make a difference in your future.

Students Can Talk One-on-One with Professors, Counselors and Admissions AdvisorsCheck-in begins at 10:30 a.m. and parking is free. To register or find more information, visit the Trailblazer 360 website. For questions, please email Visit@untdallas.edu.

We look forward to seeing you!


From UNT Dallas News