| Total Grad Surveys || 9 |
| Females || 3 |
| Males || 6 |
| Avg years at University || 1.8 |
| I regretted not being ambitious enough to apply for other schools. The program I was in did not push the boundaries for me nor did it provide me with much support to develop professionally. I was also not well informed about my certification course leading me to believe that I was pursuing an actual certified course. I am talking specifically about the behavior analysis department which i took a certificate course under. When i enrolled for the program, there was no one available to talk to in that department. They were not open to prospective students nor did they provide advising. Also, the special ed. department does not collaborate well with the behavior analysis department which also led to my misinformation. This is very unfortunate and I would not recommend UNT to anyone. Now if I can get UNT to refund all or part of my tuition fee I would feel a wee bit better. |
| Apr 03 2013 || Education |
| Great University, and incredibly affordable given the job interviews and international opportunities I was provided. Directed to those reading this--I can only see the cost of tuition going higher as more HS grads. realize how good a school it is. Thankfully I will finish with my Masters soon. |
| Jul 26 2011 || Accounting |
| This university is very political from the president to the faculties!! Only wants money, do not think about students. Only think about the superficial things how to make school beautiful not the quality of education. The faculties in the department i am studying are super political!! They are even bad to stduents. I will not recommend anyone to come to this university. The advertisement point of UNT is "the BIGGEST" UNIVERISTY in the States. The Biggest is not equal to the best!!Please fucos on the quality of education not the superficial stuff. The atitude of international advisors are terrible. They dont want to help students, they just want to leave school. The admission procesure is the most complicate one, and the efficiency of the staff is 0. Losing the transcripts up to 4 times, even you hand in to them at the office, they could lost it. Not only one student complaine, my friends around me including me have the same problems....are they living in the black hole? |
| Feb 01 2010 || Unknown |
UNT leaves a lot to be desired. THe surround area is nice close to Dallas and Denton is growing with many new stores but the school itself is sad. Fees are going through the roof. It cost me $7.50 for a salad and fries in the Union cafeteria. Tuition fees are out of the roof and most faculty members are rude and crude over the phone. I had a friend apply here and they send a rude letter and rejected him...who had a 3.2 GPA in High School.|
The campus police are ruthless and will give you a ticket for the slightest thing they are like hawks ticketing you on the first day of school! Extra curr activities are a waste. Frats are full of nothing but racist drunk city boys and most other organizations are full of unfriendly people.
Parking is terrible expect to park at least 15 minuates or more away from your first class.
Professors are bad as well. Most know nothing about the subject they are teaching and give you either really easy tests or really hard tests with 80% of the class failing depending on your major. I hate getting taught to by Grad Student or PHD students in my upper level classes.
The one good point is the new Fitness resource center new this year. Quite impressive. Huge I mean huge. If all you care about is working out then UNT is your place. PLus there is always police patroling around which is good. PLus most teachers are easy to understand as in speak clear English.
The school treats you like a number. Nobody returns calls, nobody wants to answer questions, nobody cares it seems all they care about is their pay check.
UNT is a commuter school. You come here then commute home. There are other better school in Texas and just as expensive. If you want a basic overpriced eduction then come here.
| Aug 27 2003 || Accounting |
| UNT is a rapidly growing university that is currently experiencing growing pains and an identity crisis. The current economy has a lot to do with the funding problems. I think there is a great potential for success as the university is in a great area of the country, close to a major city, and staffed with generally competent individuals. |
| Jul 12 2003 || Psychology |