UNT Dallas Leadership & Multicultural Programs help enhance student skills, expose students to new cultures and develop each students college experience to aid them in their career choices. Leadership & Multicultural Programs collaborates with faculty and other departments throughout the university to ensure our students have the best possible experience while here at UNT Dallas.
A Welcome to All Individuals
UNT Dallas strives to create an inclusive and engaging environment for all students to learn and grow. As a community of individuals constantly seeking education and personal development the Office of Student Affairs wishes to craft programming that encourage open dialogues about the differences that enrich our community. Campus multicultural programming may include, but is not limited to the celebration of the following:
- International Day of Peace (September 12)
- Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15)
- LGBT History Month (October 1-October 31)
- Disability Awareness Month (October 1-October 31)
- Native American Heritage Month (November 1-November 30)
- Black History Month (February 1-February 28)
- Irish American Heritage Month (March 1-March 31)
- Women’s History Month (March 1-March 31)
- Earth Day (April 22)
- Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (May 1-May 31)
Details for each of these months to come...
If any student would like to see programming created surrounding a specific issue or identity that is not already taking place on campus please contact the UNT Dallas Student Affairs. Want to get involved and help plan these types of events? Email Marcus Roberson at Marcus@untdallas.edu or call 972.388.1778.
UNT Dallas has a very diverse student population with unique backgrounds and experience. Studies show that aside from academic support, social support plays a major role in student retention. The core of the social support that UNT Dallas provides students is the opportunity to grow and develop as leaders. Student leadership programs help students engage, explore and elevate the entirety of their college experience so they may flourish as individuals and become life-long contributors to strengthened and empowered communities. Student leadership programs examine leadership from three different perspectives: Self, Team and Community. The ultimate goal is that through the leadership programs, UNT Dallas students will graduate with a greater capacity to be leaders in their chosen careers and respective communities. For more information on specific programs please contact Marcus Roberson at Marcus@untdallas.edu or call 972.388.1778.