The College of Arts and Sciences began in 1945 with a diverse set of 14 departments. Today, our family of 19 academic departments remains eclectic. And so are the college’s alumni, who number in the tens of thousands and live throughout the United States and in many countries around the world.
Our alumni have distinguished themselves in areas ranging from scientific research to politics to business and finance. Learn more about some of our notable alumni.
We stay connected with our alumni through our academic departments, as well as through broader activities and communications originating from the Dean.
The college sponsors group activities both on campus and in several cities where large numbers of alumni live. In addition to the DFW area, recent gatherings of alumni have taken place in San Antonio, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, New York City, and Washington, DC.
There are many ways to support the exciting activities of the College of Arts and Sciences, both at the college level and at the department or program level. These include participation in events, service on advisory boards, and investments in student scholarships and program development.
Our Development and Advisory Board is comprised of CAS alumni and other supporters with a strong commitment to helping shape the college’s future.
For information on how you can participate in the life of the college, please contact our Office of Development.
We love the opportunity to recognize our alumni and join them in celebrating their successes. Some of our most distinguished alumni are highlighted in our annual UNT Alumni Awards dinner. We also feature many of our alumni through various publications and other special events.