What to expect on your scheduled tour

We are offering in-person walking tours, guided virtual tours and Beat the Heat UNT Campus Overview sessions at this time.

The in-person walking tours last about 90 minutes and includes a decent amount of walking, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and check the weather before heading to campus.

Still have questions?
Call 940-565-4104

Group Tours

Campus walking tour: meant for individual students, families, and otherwise small groups of students/visitors. 

Group tours: meant for large groups of students from schools or organizations.

If you believe a campus walking tour would suit you best, please visit tours.unt.edu to sign up for a tour and email ambassador@unt.edu with any questions!

Please click below to request a guided group tour for Summer 2024. We will start scheduling Fall 2024 tours closer to August.

UNT Eagle Ambassador giving a guided tour of campus.
Regional map
From Dallas

Take I-35 E North into Denton. Once in Denton, you will exit 466B/North Texas Blvd.

From Fort Worth

Take I-35 W into Denton. When in Denton, take the I-35 E exit and proceed south. You will take exit 466B/North Texas Blvd.

From Oklahoma City

Take I-35 South into Denton. Exit 468 and proceed to North Texas Blvd.

Parking and Welcome Center information

If you need an address for your navigation system, please use 620 Central Avenue, Denton, TX 76203. This will lead you to the Highland Street parking garage. You will receive a parking validation at the end of your tour.

The UNT Welcome Center is located at 1417 Maple St., Denton, TX 76201 on the southwest corner of Maple Street and Avenue A and across from the southwest corner of the Highland Street garage.

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Planning your visit

Discover Denton can show you all Denton has to offer.  Find a hotel, plan activities and more.

Denton Square

More about Denton

Denton, named “the best college town in Texas,” combines an active live music and art scene with a family-friendly hometown feel. The city’s thriving music scene has produced critically acclaimed musicians and bands such as Sarah Jaffe, Midlake and Eli Young Band and is home to a number of music festivals, including 35 Denton and the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival.