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With an enrollment of over 36, students, UNT is the fourth-largest university in the state by enrollment. It is one of the two universities in Denton , the other being Texas Woman's University. For more information see History of UNT main page. At the time, Denton was a small town of only 3, people. After three years tenure, facing financial hardships and declining health, Chilton agreed to release his title and interest in Texas Normal College to the City of Denton.
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The University of North Texas is a multipurpose university on acres in Denton, a northern suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
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Eleven colleges, two schools, an early admissions math and science academy for exceptional high-school-age students from across the state, and a library system comprise the university core. Its research is driven by about 38 doctoral degree programs. North Texas was founded as a nonsectarian , coeducational, private teachers college in and was formally adopted by the state 11 years later. UNT also has a satellite campus in Frisco. The Denton campus is located in the largest populated region of Texas under two categories defined by the U. From an economic perspective, the Denton campus lies within the Dallas-Fort Worth—Arlington metropolitan area , as defined by the U.
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