1 SPRI NG. 2022. University of North Texas For more than 130 years, the University of North Texas has served as a guiding star committed to ensuring students are supported to become Texas ' leaders of tomorrow. Our students and alumni embody creativity, curiosity and something else that distinguishes them and makes them successful resiliency. These qualities are in UNT's DNA, borne of an independent spirit that sets us apart. From admitting women on our opening day to pioneering water quality research for the region, establishing the nation's first jazz studies program and becoming one of the first universities in Texas to desegregate, UNT always takes the road less traveled on our path to excellence.
2 From humble origins in a rented space above a hardware store in downtown Denton, UNT has grown into one of the nation's largest and most diverse public universities and the largest in the North Texas region. We're a thriving Tier One public research University with more than 42,000 students and a path to any career. Designated a Minority-Serving and Hispanic-Serving Institution, we're dedicated to inclusion and reflecting the population of Texas . And as a catalyst for creativity, we launch new ideas, perspectives and innovations. As we've grown, so has our reach and impact. Our programs are nationally and internationally recognized. Our research and scholarship spans the arts, science, engineering and everything in between.
3 Our world-class faculty are making breakthroughs every day. And our students and alumni from all walks of life push boundaries and tap into their imaginations to transform the world around them. University of North Texas Traditions University Seal: At the top of the UNT seal is the lamp of learning, burning with an eternal flame representing academic achievement and excellence. The laurel wreath represents honor, and the beveled Lone Star in the center symbolizes the great state of Texas . University Day: First celebrated in 1961, when our name changed from North Texas State College to North Texas State University , this SPRING event includes a flag parade, music, food and celebrations of our history and traditions.
4 Lighting of McConnell Tower: Green lights, first installed by the Talons in the 1970s, shine on McConnell Tower after athletic victories and for special occasions. Scrappy, the Eagle Mascot: The student body chose the Eagle as our mascot in 1922 for its keen eye, strength, independence and loyalty. In 1950, students named the first live bird mascot Scrappy, which later became the name of the human mascot. The Eagle was known by other names through the years, including Eppy in the 1980s. But in 1995, our modern-day Scrappy returned to the nest as the Mean Green's biggest fan. Eagle Claw: The Eagle hand sign is our universal sign of pride and unity. To display your pride: 1.
5 Hold up your fist. 2. Make a V for Victory using your pointer and middle fingers. 3. Extend your thumb and curl your fingers slightly toward your palm. Glory to the Green and White Music by Julia Smith Lyrics by Charles Langford Singing glory to the green, Singing glory to the white, For we know our University is striving for the right;. Down the corridor of years, we'll forget the joys and tears, But North Texas , North Texas , we love. University of North Texas Commencement Schedule - SPRING 2022. Undergraduate Commencement Ceremonies Friday, May 13, 2022. College of Education College of Science 8 UNT Coliseum 4 UNT Coliseum College of Engineering College of Music II. 12 UNT Coliseum 4 Murchison Performing Arts Center Bachelor of Music in Music Composition College of Music I.
6 Bachelor of Music in Music Theory 12 Murchison Performing Arts Center Bachelor of Music in Performance Bachelor of Music in General, Choral and Instrumental Studies (Music Education) Bachelor of Arts in Music Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies G. Brint Ryan College of business 7:30 UNT Coliseum Saturday, May 14, 2022. College of Health and Public Service College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences II. College of Information 4 UNT Coliseum New College English 8 UNT Coliseum History Integrative Studies College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences I Philosophy and Religion 12 UNT Coliseum Social Science Anthropology Political Science Spanish Communication Studies Psychology World Languages, Literatures and Cultures Dance and Theatre Sociology Economics Technical Communication College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism Geography and the Environment Frank W.
7 And Sue Mayborn College of Visual Arts and Design International Studies School of Journalism 7:30 UNT Coliseum Media Arts Doctoral and Master's Commencement Ceremonies Sunday, May 15, 2022. Doctoral/Master's I Doctoral/Master's II. 12 UNT Coliseum 4 UNT Coliseum College of Engineering College of Education College of Health and Public Service College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences College of Information Frank W. and Sue Mayborn College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism School of Journalism College of Music G. Brint Ryan College of business Toulouse Graduate School (candidates from College of Science Interdisciplinary Studies and Advanced Data Analytics) College of Visual Arts and Design 1.
8 2022 Commencement SPRING 2022 Honors Candidates 2. Candidates for Honors SPRING Commencement College of Education Krista M. Abraham Corinne Alexandra Erb Brigid K. Krbec Kendall Shea Rives Virginia Andrea Rose Ackley Mariana Espinosa Tori Ann Landrum Kaitlyn Lee Roberts*. Kayla D. Adams Rosalba Espinosa Adela A. Lazo Alexia Rodriguez Abril Paulina Aguilera Delgado Emma Grace Evilsizer Iida Sofia Lepparanta Jennifer Monique Rodriguez Sara Elizabeth Alanoor Jacan Allen Farmer Jessica Merced Lopez Sydney Elizabeth Rogers Ryan L. Alsbrook Jeanette R. Felix Ignacio Luciano Salmeron Isabel F. Rosa Katrina C. Arcellana Nicole Catherine Fenley Kyla Marie Lynch Shelby Kay Rosenbaum Jayson S.
9 Arenas Philip A. Foster Alexandra Brooke Lyons Carly Nicole Roth Maximiliana Armendariz Jacqueline Garcia Breleigh Mann Abbie Nicole Ruth Jose Jesus Avitia Clara Garner Madison Grace Mapes Christopher Adrian Samaniego Sabina A. Ayala Alexandra Leigh Gearhart Grace Nicole Marquardt Anngelica Aimee Sanchez Alexandria T. Beatty* Ancelin V. George-Eugin Amber Nicole Martin Monisha Sathianathan Anna M. Beaudette* Seyed Saman Ghaemmaghami Carmen A. Martinez Mackenzie Schaefer Carly A. Behrens Ashlea Nichole Gilliam Heidi R. Martinez Jalie C. Schifelbein Yvanette Eliana Benavides Arianna Lynn Gonzales Reveca A. Martinez Lauren Elizabeth Scoville Adam Christopher Berdych Brianna Lee Gonzalez Jessica L.
10 Mason Michelle Hannah Sherwood Hannah Ruth Bevil Zoe M. Graves Rachel Alyssa Mason Ryan Christopher Shipley Hannah A. Bonham Dylan Adonis Grimes Hannah Elizabeth Mathew Piper Simons Haley Nicole Brannon Prisilla Maria Guia Aliyah M. McGines Gregory Wayne Smith Rachel L. Brasher Alphie Dewayne Guillory Jr. Riley Kathryn McMinimy Jordan Chase Smith Mikayla Renee Braun Courtney Angela Guinn Hanna V. McCray Kaylee A. Smith Kylie Nicole Briggs Cristina Gutierrez Laney Tiger Michel Allyson Lindsey Spiel Mary K. Brownell Jennifer Patricia Guzman Caroline Grace Mikita Karigan Kaylor Elissa Stanley Natalie Buchetto Kiara Renee Hackett* Samuel John Minette Haley Renee Sutton Elizabeth J.