Mean Green Map

An interactive map of the University of North Texas athletics facilities and main campus

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To start, head right to the main campus, or down and right to the Athletic Department's Mean Green Village.
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map of the University of North Texas campus Administration Building Apogee Stadium Academic Center Alumni Center Alumni Pavilion Art Building Athletic Center Auditorium Ken Bahnsen Gym Bain Hall Baptist Ministry Bruce Hall Building P Building B Building C Business Leadership Business Warehouse Champs Cafeteria Chemistry Building Chestnut Hall Chilton Hall Clark Hall Clark Park College Inn Crumley Hall Curry Hall Eagle Point Intramural East Classroom E Practice Facility EESAT Facilities Complex Football Practice Fouts Fraternities Gateway GAB Goolsby Chapel Greek Life Hickory Hall Highland Garage Homecoming Bonfire Site Honors Hall Intramural Fields Kerr Hall Khush Roti Language Building Legends Hall Library Mall Life Sciences Building Lofts Lovelace Stadium Machine Shop Maple Hall Marquis Hall Matthews Hall McConnell Hall Mean Greens Mean Green Soccer Complex Methodist Center Mozart Square Murchison Performing Arts Music Annex Music Building Music Practice North and South Olympic Sports Building Performing Arts Annex Physical Education Building PEB Fields Physics Building Pohl Recreation Center Police Station Power Plant Rawlins Hall Residence Hall Association Risk Management ROTC R/TV/Film and Performing Arts Sage Hall Sand Volleyball Santa Fe Square Science Research Sorority Row Speech and Hearing Student Services Sullivant Public Safety Super Pit Surplus and Library Annex Sycamore Hall Terrill Hall The Hill Track and Field Traditions Hall Union Garage University Services University Union Victory Hall Volleyball Center Waranch Tennis Complex West Hall West Tennis Courts Willis Library Wind Turbines Wooten Hall Soccer/Track & Field Stadium

Student-Athlete Academic Center

One of the first facilities to open in the Mean Green Village was the 7,000-square-foot Academic Center, which puts an array of educational resources, tutors and technology a short walk from the Victory Hall residences. It is also home to the athletic compliance staff.
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Hurley Administration Building

Houses the offices of president and vice presidents for academic affairs, administration, finance and business affairs and university relations, as well as general counsel. Also home to academic publications, controller, equity and diversity, graduate dean, projects and grants accounting, and communications and marketing.

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Alumni Center

Home to the UNT Alumni Association.
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Alumni Pavilion

The Pavilion is a pre-game tailgating destination with big-screen TVs, live music and a catered buffet. UNT Alumni Association members and one guest per member are admitted free. Day passes cost $10 per person. Kids 12 and under are free.
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Apogee Stadium

The home of Mean Green football opened in 2011 and was designed by the architects who created the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium. Apogee seats 30,500, has luxury suites, a club level and signature wing-shaped end zone sections. It also houses the Ticket Office and Mean Green Team Store.
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Art Building

Home to the College of Visual Arts and Design and the departments Art Education and Art History, Design and Studio Art. Also houses the University Art Gallery.
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Athletic Center

The focal point of the Mean Green Village is a 45,000-square-foot facility that opened in 2005 and houses sports medicine, strength and conditioning, football locker rooms and meeting rooms, coaches' offices, and the athletics administration offices.
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Athletics Hall of Fame

Located in the concourse of the Super Pit, the Hall features plaques and information of every Hall of Fame member. The T.D. Parks Hall of Fame, featuring memorabilia and trophies, is in the Athletic Center.
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ATMs

ATMs can be found in the Union and the Eagle Student Services Center, which is attached to the southwest corner of the Union.

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Auditorium

Home to the Department of English and a multipurpose auditorium.
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Avesta Restaurant

A full-service restaurant offering affordable cuisine in a casual atmosphere. The menu includes pasta, beef, chicken, seafood, and salads. Located on the second floor of the Union, open Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Ken Bahnsen Gym
a/k/a The Snake Pit

Houses a weight room, intramural basketball and volleyball and indoor soccer. Former home of North Texas basketball.
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Bain Hall

Houses UNT press, the Institute for Behavioral and Learning Differences and percussion rehearsals.

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Baptist Student Ministry

The mission of the UNT BSM is “Know Him To Make Him Known.” We pray that through involvement with the UNT BSM, a student will grow in their relationship with the Lord and will be equipped to share the Gospel with those they encounter.
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Biz Café

Located on the first floor of the Business Leadership Building, offers sandwiches, salads and snacks. Also has bottled and fountain drinks, Starbucks coffee and specialty drinks, and fresh Tazo Tea. Open Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Boars Head Deli

Serves hearty, delicious Boar's Head deli products. Enjoy a fresh custom-made sandwich on your choice of robust breads, and a bowl of our signature soups served hot every day. Located on the second floor of the Union.

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UNT Bookstore

Barnes & Noble at UNT is located on the first floor of the Union and sells textbooks, UNT apparel, school supplies, electronics and software, and gifts and accessories.
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Bruce Cafeteria

Located in Bruce Hall, features a salad bar with fresh fruit and veggies, freshly-made deli sandwiches, soup, hot entrees, healthy vegetarian options, hand tossed pizza and freshly-prepared pasta.
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Bruce Hall

A standard-level residence hall for students of all classifications and majors. Built in 1946, Bruce is the oldest residence hall on campus and boasts a history that includes a handful of famous ex-residents, such as Norah Jones and Don Henley.
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Building P

Offices of University Relations, Communications and Marketing

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Building B

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Building C

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Burger King

Flame-grilled Whoppers, fries, shakes, salads, shakes, breakfast items. Located on the second floor of the Union.

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Business Leadership Building

Houses the College of Business and departments of Accounting; Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Law; Information Technology and Decision Sciences; Management; and Marketing and Logistics. Also houses the Center for Information Systems Research. The Biz Café is on the first floor.
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Café G.A.B.

Located in the General Academics Building, offers Caribou Coffee serving a full range of espresso drinks, coffee and tea, as well as grab-and-go items, snacks and drinks. Open Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Fridays 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Champs Cafeteria

Champs serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, and offers a salad bar, entrees, vegetables, pasta and pizza, a grill, bakery goods and desserts.
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Chemistry Building

Houses the Department of Chemistry.
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Chestnut Hall

Houses the Student Health and Wellness Center, as well as Cooperative Education, Counseling and Testing Services, Career Center, Student Money Management Center and the Substance Abuse Resource Center.
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Chick-fil-A

Located on the second floor of the Union, offers fried or grilled chicken sandwiches, waffle fries, salads and more. Open Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Chilton Hall

Houses the departments of Anthropology, Behavior Analysis, Criminal Justice and Public Administration, Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addications, and Sociology. Home to College of Public Affairs and Community Service, and the School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management.

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Chopt

Located on the second floor of the Union, it offers healthy, garden-fresh salads and fruit, and an assortment of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.

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Clark Hall

A standard-level residence hall housing mainly freshmen, with primarily double rooms with a handful of triple spaces. With the adjacent Clark Park, Clark is a popular area for residents to socialize.
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Clark Park

One of the main outdoor gathering spots on campus, Clark Park can be reserved by registered student organizations and University departments.

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College Inn

An economy residence hall for upperclassmen and grad students with doubles, matchbox singles, efficiencies and one-bedrooms. It also houses the Facilities Geographic Information System team.
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The Corner Store

Located on the first floor of the Union, this quick-service market has grab-and-go salads, snacks and sandwiches, ice cream and gelato. Which Wich is also located here with fresh-made toasted sandwiches.

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Crumley Hall

A standard-level residence hall. Due to Crumley’s smaller size, it cultivates a close-knit community. A large segment of its residents are engineering students, and Crumley is home to the STEM Living-Learning Community.
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Curry Hall

Houses classrooms as well as team computer labs and tutor labs for Business Administration.

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Eagle Point Intramural Fields

Eagle Point's playing fields host a variety of rec sports, including soccer and flag football. Eagle Point also has outdoor basketball courts.
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East Classroom

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The E Practice Facility

This climate-controlled facility has a full-length basketball court with scoreboard and lockerrooms, two net-enclosed golf driving ranges, a putting green and two batting cages.
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EESAT

Houses Applied Sciences, Geography, and Philosophy & Religion Studies.
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Facilities Complex

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Facilities Door Systems/Locksmith

Located on the northeast side of Sycamore Hall, this office oversees the security of the University buildings. The database used in Access Control contains a complete record of issued keys that open doors, gates, or any other locked UNT facility. The key shop is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and noon to 5 p.m.
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Food-to-Go Pantry

Located on the second floor of the Union, it serves hot food and fresh pastries, and is in the same location as Krispy Krunchy Chicken.

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Darrell R. Dickey
Football Practice Facility

The football team’s practice facility is next to Victory Hall and the Athletic Center, where the locker rooms and Sports Medicine are located. The fields are named for former coach Darrell Dickey, who led NT to four-straight conference titles.

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Fouts Field

The home of Mean Green track and field and the former home of Mean Green football from 1952 to 2010. Named for Theron J. Fouts, former football coach, athletic director and founder of UNT's track and field program.
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Fraternity Houses

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Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Fuzzy's is located in the Syndicate on the second floor of the Union and features Baja-style tacos servied in the best sports bar on campus.

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Gateway Center

Houses a 28,000-square foot multi-level banquet and conference center.
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General Academic Building

Home of the College of Arts and Sciences, Communications Studies, Mathematics, Women's Studies, Jewish Studies, Technology Development and Transfer, and Mayborn School of Journalism and the North Texas Daily.

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Geographic Information Systems

Located on the first floor of the College Inn, GIS manages information about the physical environments of all UNT property.

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Go! Station

Located in Wooten Hall, features fresh packaged foods, Peet's Coffee and Tea bar, bottled drinks and more.

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Goolsby Chapel

The chapel offers a quiet, peaceful place for prayer, meditation or reflection. The chapel is nondenominational - all are welcome. Open weekdays from 9 a.m. to sunset when classes are in session.
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Greek Life Center

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Hickory Hall

Home of the Department of Economics.

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Highland Street Parking Garage

Open to hourly parking,
cash or credit card is accepted.
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Homecoming Bonfire Site

A tradition for more than 50 years, on the Friday night of homecoming week, UNT holds a pep rally followed by the spirit march to the bonfire site. The bonfire is built by the Talons.
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Honors Hall

A residence hall for members of the UNT Honors College, and offers private single-occupancy rooms with a private bedroom to each resident in the suite and a shared common living space and bathroom.
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Intramural Fields

Used for recreational sports for students, faculty and staff.
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Jamba Juice

Located in the Barnes and Noble bookstore on the first floor of the Union. Offers a wide selection of smoothies, freshly-squeezed juices and energy bowls.

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Kerr Cafeteria

Located in Kerr Hall, this is UNT’s largest dining facility and features two salad bars, multiple entrée lines, a burger grill and a taco bar.
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Kerr Hall

UNT's largest residence hall predominantly houses freshmen. It offers double rooms and a few triples, and is home to five of UNT Housing's Living Learning Communities. Kerr residents have the chance to live in specialized groups that share majors or common interests.
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Khush Roti

Features hearty international grilled sandwiches, seasoned twister fries, fountain beverages, bottled sodas, chips and homemade peanut butter bars. Open Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Krispy Krunchy Chicken

Located on the second floor of the Union along with Food-To-Go Pantry, it features cajun-style fried chicken and tenders, shrimp and breakfast items.

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Language Building

Home to the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.
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Legends Hall

A residence hall for upperclassmen, it offers private single-occupancy rooms with cooking areas or single-occupancy rooms.
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Library Mall

The mall in between the Willis Library and the Union is one of the main gathering points on campus, with open spaces, sculptures, benches and a fountain.

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Life Sciences Building

Home to the Department of Biological Sciences.
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NT Lofts

Home to the Office of Sustainability.
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Lovelace Stadium

The home of Mean Green softball opened 2007. The outfield wall is 200 feet down the lines and 220 to center, and the grandstand is topped by a climate-controlled press box and flanked by covered dugouts. Lovelace was the site of an Underarmour commerical featuring Cat Osterman.
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The Lyceum

Multipurpose auditorium located in the Union.

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Lyric Theater

Located in the Murchison Performing Arts Center, the Lyric Theater features flexible seating with configurations from traditional proscenium to in-the-round. There are two balcony levels and an orchestra pit that can accommodate a 60-piece ensemble.
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Machine Shop

Used to design and construct specialized research equipment for chemistry, biology, materials science and physics.
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Maple Hall

A standard-level residence halls primarily for freshmen, with double-occupancy and some triple-occupancy rooms. Houses two of UNT's Living-Learning Communities. Mean Greens, the campus's only 100 percent vegan cafeteria, is adjacent to the rear of the hall.
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Marquis Hall

Home to the Center for Achievement and Lifelong Learning and UNT's human resources and payroll departments, as well as the Texas Academy of Math and Science and the NT Institute for Education on the Visual Arts.

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Matthews Hall

Houses the College of Education, the departments of Educational Psychology and Teacher Education and Administration, as well as the centers for Parent Education and for Study of Educational Reform.
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McConnell Hall

A residence hall for the Texas Academy of Math and Science.
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Mean Greens @ Maple

A full-vegan dining hall located adjacent and behind Maple Hall. It features everything from seitan and pizza to made-to-order paninis and fresh deserts.
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Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater

A configurable black-box theater optimized for experimental music, intermedia and performance art. Located in the Music Building, it is the primary performance venue for the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia.
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Methodist Student Center

Home to the Denton Wesley Foundation, a United Methodist campus ministry for all students,
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Mia’s Pizza

Located on the second floor of the Union, it serves Neapolitan-style artisan pizza and lasagna fired in a wood-burning stove.

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Mozart Square

Mozart is the residence hall for UNT’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, and offers private single-occupancy rooms with suite cooking areas and double-occupancy rooms for upperclassmen.
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Murchison Performing Arts Center

Home to the renowned UNT College of Music. The facility is host to world-class performances by students, faculty, guest artists and community members, and features two premiere venues: the Margot and Bill Winspear Performance Hall and the Lyric Theater.
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Music Annex

Home to the College of Music's instrument repair shops, piano technical services, several large classrooms, percussion storage and rehearsal spaces, a piano classroom and offices for faculty and support staff.

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Music Building

Home to the College of Music, and to the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, the Organ Recital Hall, the Paul Voertman Concert Hall, the Recital Hall, and Stan Kenton Hall.
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Music Library

Located on the fourth floor of the Willis Library, the UNT Music Library is one of the largest in the country, holding more than 350,000 music books, periodicals, scores, parts and microforms; the complete works of more than 200 composers, and the Ozier Sound Recording Archive of approximately one million recordings in various historical formats.
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Music Practice North and South

House more than 240 practice rooms, open for extended hours to provide ample time for student practice.

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Olympic Sports Offices

Houses the offices for soccer, softball, swimming and diving, and volleyball coaches.

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Organ Recital Hall

Located in the Music Building, houses a Rieger organ and is used for organ and early music rehearsals and performances.

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Hourly Parking - Highland Street

Visitors may park at parking meters in this lot. Meters accept silver coins.
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Hourly Parking – Chestnut Street

Visitors may park at parking meters in this lot. Meters accept silver coins.
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Passport Office

Located in Room 236 of Sage Hall, UNT-International’s Passport Office processes passports.
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Paul Voertman Concert Hall

Located in the Music Building and formerly known as the Concert Hall, the renovated and upgraded hall is used for guest artists, faculty and student recitals, chamber music and smaller ensemble concerts.

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PEB Natatorium

Houses the UNT swimming and diving team's diving facilities: two one-meter springboards and a three-meter springboard.
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Performing Arts Annex

Houses the College of Music Wind Studies and the offices of the Murchison Performing Arts Center manager.

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Physical Education Building

Home to Mean Green swimming and diving's natatorium diving facilities as well as the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation and basketball and racquetball courts.
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Physical Education Fields

Fields used for physical education classes and intramural recreational sports.

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Physics Building

Home to the Department of Physics.
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Pohl Recreation Center

The home of Mean Green swimming and diving. The 138,000-square-foot building also houses fitness facilities for students, faculty, staff and alumni, including basketball, volleyball and badminton courts; a beach volleyball court; a jogging/walking track; a weight and fitness room; and climbing walls.
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Police Station

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Power Plant

Constructed in 1915, this is the second-oldest building on campus. Originally coal-burning, the boilers today run on natural gas and provide heat to buildings on the north side of campus.

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Rawlins Hall

A residence hall that offers double-occupancy rooms with suite-style bathrooms, Rawlins is the recommended residence for incoming Honors College freshman.
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Recital Hall

Located in the Music Building, this 200-seat performance hall is ideal for small ensemble performance. It includes audio and video technologies, and serves as a large-lecture classroom during the day.

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Residence Hall Association

The RHA unifies each individual hall association into one campus-wide student organization; sponsors cultural, recreational, social, and educational events; and represents student opinions about residence-life issues to the Housing administration and the campus community.
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Risk Management Services

RMS helps identify, protect and conserve university resources from loss.
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R.O.T.C.

Home to Air Force R.O.T.C. Detachment 835.
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R/TV/F And Performing Arts

Home of the Department of Media Arts, covering radio, television, film and digital media, and the Department of Dance and Theatre. Houses the studios of KNTU-FM and NTTV.
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Sage Hall

Home of the Honors College and Core Academy, as well as the Passport Office.

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Sand Volleyball Courts

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Santa Fe Square

A residence hall designed with a Southwestern influence. It has large double rooms with in-room cooking areas and is available only to upperclassmen.
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Sauté

Located on the second floor of the Union, this is a customizable noodle bar with Asian, Mediterranean and American flavors. Choose your vegetables, meat, noodles and sauce, and then watch as we sauté them.

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Science Research Building

Houses labs for various departments.

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Smoothie King

Located in the Pohl Recreation Center.
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The Snake Pit
a/k/a Ken Bahnsen Gym

Former home of Mean Green basketball was built in 1950. This 5,000-seat venue was so hostile that one visiting coach (after an OT loss) described it as "...the worst damn place in the world to play basketball! This place is a snake pit!" It is now used for PE classes and recreational sports.
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Mean Green Soccer Stadium

The home of the Mean Green soccer team. Opened in 2006 as part of Phase 2 of development of the Mean Green Village, it has seating for 1,000, a pressbox and a grass field 115 yards long and 72 yards wide.
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Soccer and Track & Field Stadium
UNDER CONSTRUCTION

North Texas is building a new stadium for its soccer and track & field programs. The venue, the first UNT has constructed since Apogee Stadium in 2011, is expected to be completed in 2018.
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Sorority Row

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Speech And Hearing Clinic

Houses the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences and UNT's Speech and Hearing Clinic.
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Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine is strategically located in the Athletic Center, close to game and practice venues and to Victory Hall. Treatment and rehab rooms are operated by trainers and team doctors from a range of specializations.
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Stan Kenton Hall

Located in the Music Building, this is a combination teaching, rehearsal and recital hall with terraced seating for 115 people, and is the venue for jazz recitals.

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Starbucks

Located on the second floor of the Union, this is the only full-sized university Starbucks in the country. Enjoy the rich brewed hot coffees and teas, iced coffees and specialty drinks.

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Strength And Conditioning

The 7,000-square-foot weightroom is on the first floor of the Athletic Center, and is equipped with over 16,000 pounds of weights, including 12 Power Lift Multi-Purpose Racks, six Power Lift Olympic Platforms and more than 30 Hammer Strength machines.
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Eagle Student Services Center

Houses key enrollment services including undergraduate admission, graduate admission and studies, financial aid and scholarships, registrar, outreach, campus tours, and student accounting functions.
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Sullivant Public Safety Center

Headquarters of the UNT Police Department. Learn more

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The Super Pit
a/k/a The Coliseum

The home of Mean Green men’s and women’s basketball. This 10,500-seat arena opened in 1973 and derives its name from its predecessor, which was nicknamed The Snake Pit. The Pit’s concourse is home to the NT Athletics Hall of Fame.
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Surplus Warehouse and Library Annex

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Sushi

Located on the second floor of the Union, sushi chefs create a array of sushi rice bowls and fresh-packaged sushi.

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Sycamore Hall

Houses the Computing and Information Technology Center, the facility door systems and locksmith office, and international admissions.

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Taco Bueno

Located on the second floor of the Union, serves Tex-Mex tacos, burritos and quesadillas.

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Team Store

Located on the west side of Apogee Stadium, offers a large selection of Mean Green apparel, gifts and souvenirs, and is open 8 to 5 Monday to Friday and during Mean Green football games.
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Terrill Hall

Houses the Department of Psychology, the Psychology Clinic, and the Center for Study of Work Teams.

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The Hill Tailgating Area

Pre-game partying has long been a UNT tradition, and while tailgating takes place at various locations on campus, the primary site is The Hill just east of Apogee Stadium, which has been set aside for students, alumni and fans to gather, eat and drink before Mean Green home football games.
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Athletics Ticket Office

The Ticket Office is on the west side of Apogee Stadium and sells tickets for football, basketball, volleyball, softball and soccer. Tickets on game day are sold at the event venue.
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Track And Field Offices

The Mean Green track and field and cross country teams are headquartered in the former athletic department offices on North Texas Blvd. adjacent to Fouts Field, but are moving in 2018 to the new Soccer and Track & Field Stadium in the Mean Green Village.
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Traditions Hall

A residence hall primarily for freshmen, it offers single-occupancy rooms and a small number of double-occupancy rooms.
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Union Circle Parking Garage

Hourly parking is available. Credit card only, no cash accepted.
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University Services

Houses printing services, bulk mail, central receiving, purchasing and payment services, and property and inventory control.

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University Union

The Union, which underwent a massive rennovation and expansion completed in 2015, is home to an array dining options, the UNT bookstore, entertainment, or just a place to sit and relax.
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Victory Hall

A residence hall primarilty for student-athletes, it has private and double rooms with ensuite bathrooms and easy access to Champs Cafeteria and the Athletic Center. A large, well-lit parking lot is served by shuttles to and from campus. It also has a cyber café, courtyards, a computer lab and a kitchenette.
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Volleyball Center

The home of Mean Green volleyball opened in 2006, seats 600 fans and has a Robbins SportWood parquet floor, locker rooms and training facilities.
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Waranch Tennis Complex

The home of Mean Green tennis opened in 2006 and is named for alumnus Ronald Waranch. It has 12 courts and a clubhouse with locker rooms, a players’ lounge and coaches’ offices.
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West Cafeteria

Located in West Hall, it features southern home-style cooking and Creole Cajun flare.
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West Hall

An economy-level residence hall that houses freshmen — men in north tower and women in south tower — with double and triple rooms, spacious living quarters, a large lobby with pool tables and big screen television, and the on-site West Cafeteria.
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West Tennis Courts

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Which Wich

Located on the first floor of the Union inside The Corner Store, it features custom-made sandwiches and salads.

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Willis Library

The main UNT library houses business, economics, education, humanities, and social sciences collections, and microforms and special collections such as the Music Library, the Digital Libraries, and Archives and Rare Books.
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Wind Turbines

A major component of Apogee Stadium’s energy-efficient design are three wind turbines installed just outside the stadium, expected to prevent the emission of nearly 323 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually and generate a third of Apogee’s power.

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Winspear Performance Hall

One of the finest concert halls in the world, the Winspear is extraordinary in acoustical quality and aesthetic design. The 1,025-seat venue hosts events ranging from early music to jazz. Performances are regularly broadcast via live streaming at UNTMusicLive.com.
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Wooten Hall

Home of the departments of Political Science and History, the faculty senate, and the Center for Economic Development and Research, as well as the Go! Station.

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