Identities Abroad

All UNT students receive a global-minded education driven by an appreciation of other cultures and opportunities to study abroad.

UNT prides itself on being a university where people have different backgrounds, experiences and interests, AND everyone can find their place and feel at home. The university is one of the most diverse in the nation with 8,400 Hispanic students and 5,300 African American students. And UNT’s population includes 2,500 international students who come from every corner of the world.

The Study Abroad Office regularly works with students who are the first in their family to earn a degree, racially or ethnically diverse students, LGBTQIA+ students, and students with disabilities. Our advisors and staff are always available to help you choose the right program for you and to address any questions or concerns you may have about studying abroad. 

Emerald Eagles in Spain

For more information, visit Diversity Abroad.

A special thank you to the University of Michigan and the Forum for their contributions to this content.