What are your chances of acceptance?
Your chance of acceptance
Duke University
Loading…
UCLA
Loading…
+ add school
Your chancing factors
Unweighted GPA: 3.7
1.0
4.0
SAT: 720 math
200
800
| 800 verbal
200
800

Extracurriculars

Low accuracy (4 of 18 factors)

UNT vs UTD: Help me choose!

Anyone here have any experience or knowledge about University of North Texas (UNT) and University of Texas at Dallas (UTD)? I'm stuck deciding between these two and I'd really like some info on their strengths, student experiences, and campus life. Any input would be super helpful!

6 months ago

It's definitely tough to decide between two great schools, so let me give you an overview of each to help with your decision.

University of North Texas (UNT):

- Located in Denton, a college town with a lively local arts and music scene.

- Strong programs in music, art, and journalism, as well as some solid STEM programs.

- Known for its friendly and diverse student body, UNT has a laid-back campus atmosphere.

- Many events, clubs, and organizations to join, but Greek life is smaller compared to other public universities.

- Campus facilities are a mix of modern and older buildings, with ongoing updates to improve the overall experience.

University of Texas at Dallas (UTD):

- Located in Richardson, a suburb of Dallas. The city location provides more internship and job opportunities.

- UTD has a strong focus on STEM fields, particularly in engineering, computer science, and business.

- The student body is more academically-driven and competitive, but still diverse.

- While there are over 300 clubs, organizations, and events to join, the campus life can feel more subdued compared to UNT.

- Campus facilities are relatively newer, with a modern, clean aesthetic.

Things to consider when making your decision:

1. Your intended major and program strength at each school: UNT has a strong arts focus, while UTD excels more in STEM.

2. Campus environment and location: UNT has a more traditional college-town feel, whereas UTD offers a city atmosphere with a stronger focus on academics.

3. Opportunities for internships and networking: If you prefer potential opportunities within a city location, UTD might be a better fit.

4. Campus life and activities: If campus life is crucial to you, take a closer look at the clubs, events, and communities at each school before deciding.

6 months ago

About CollegeVine’s Expert FAQ

CollegeVine’s Q&A seeks to offer informed perspectives on commonly asked admissions questions. Every answer is refined and validated by our team of admissions experts to ensure it resonates with trusted knowledge in the field.