UNT is designated a Hispanic Serving/Minority Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education, joining UNT Dallas.
The UNT System and its member institutions open four new or renovated facilities totaling more than $300 million, including UNT's College of Visual Arts & Design building, HSC's Interdisciplinary Research Building, UNT Dallas' Student Center and the UNT Dallas Law Center.
The inaugural class of the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine begins classes in July 2019.
UNT Dallas launched its NAIA intercollegiate athletics program in September 2021 with its first-ever cross county meet. The Trailblazers began intercollegiate competition in three sports for both men and women -- cross country, basketball and track & field.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education awards preliminary accreditation to the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine, opening the doors for student recruitment.
Lesa Roe, former Deputy Administrator for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), takes office as the third Chancellor, and first-ever woman, of the University of North Texas System.
UNT Dallas College of Law is granted provision accreditation by the American Bar Association in the same year its first class graduates.
UNT System acquires the City of Dallas Municipal Building (106 S. Harwood) to become the permanent home of UNT Dallas College of Law.
UNT Dallas breaks ground on its first campus residence hall, a milestone signifying the university’s continued growth.
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education™ ranks UNT among the nation's 115 top-tier research universities.