The university president is the highest-ranking official at the University of North Texas at Dallas. This position is appointed by the UNT System Board of Regents. The president’s role is to oversee the overall strategic planning and maintain the performance of the institution. This role consists of: consultation with administrators, faculty, staff, and students, excercise effective leadership along wtih the board to ensure the mission of the University is being met, and communicate to the government, legislators, and other state officials the needs of the University. In 2015, Robert (Bob) Mong was appointed the University President of the University of North Texas at Dallas and the College of Law. To learn more about our current president, Robert (Bob) Mong, please click here to review the numerous and outstanding acheivements our president has accomplished since joining the UNT Dallas family as well as an outline of his prior successes.
The UNT Dallas president’s cabinet consist of the provost, chief financial officer, executive vice president for administration, vice president for student access and success, vice president for university advancement, chief compliance officer, dean of students, distinguished leader in residence, and executive assistant to the president. The members of the cabinet are held to a high prestige. They are the body that closely evaluates and recommend innovative changes for the well-being and growth of the UNT Dallas campus and community. Please click here to be directed to a list of those serving in the president’s cabinet.
UNT Dallas Contacts
The UNT Dallas contacts is a directory of frequently called offices on the campus. Please click here to be directed to a list of the offices, including contact numbers, fax numbers, email addresses, and office locations.
UNT System Board of Regents
The Board of Regents, the governing body for the University of North Texas System, is composed of nine distinguished and dedicated Texans who are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Regent terms last or six years and are staggered so that three members are appointed every two years during the legislative session. The Governor also appoints a non-voting Student Regent for a one-year term, beginning on June 1 of each year. Throughout its history, the Board of Regents has been composed of ardent advocates for excellence in quality of education, research, service, and leaderhip, supporting institutional and regional growth and success. Please click here to be directed to a list of those serving in the president’s cabinet.
UNT System Administration
UNT System Headquarters, also referred to as UNT System Administration, was founded in 1999 and provides governance and service to UNT System component institutions in the areas of legal, finance, audit, academic affairs and student success, facilities and construction, human resources, information technology and government relations. Chancellor Lesa Roe leads UNT System Headquarters. The purpose of UNT System Headquarters is to lead, serve and inspire. Please click here to be directed to UNT System’s Chancellor and the Chancellor’s Cabinet.
Like its counterpart central administrative offices across Texas, the UNT System:
- Provides executive leadership;
- Represents the University of North Texas System and its component institutors in all legal matters;
- Leads the development of educational mission, policy, and programs and facilitates and coordinates new initiatives and academic and student affairs planning and implementation;
- Oversees system-wide financial planning and analysis, including coordination of the annual institution budgets within the UNT System;
- Supervises compliance with federal, state, and local laws and with Board of Regents policies;
- Provides a full range of professional design, development and management support for facilities planning and construction;
- Establishes state and federal legislative and policy priorities for the System in collaboration with the Board of Regents institutional leadership and engages constituencies and stakeholders at all levels of government on issues impacting higher education;
- Coordinates relationships with the region’s communities and organizations and other university systems.