After serving residents of Collin County and the surrounding areas through the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC) since Fall 2009, UNT expanded its services to students in the Frisco area in January 2016 with the opening of classrooms at Hall Park. And in May 2018, UNT and the City of Frisco announced a partnership that will create a branch campus to serve a growing number of students long into the future. Since that announcement UNT students, faculty and staff, and Frisco area partners worked with design consultants Ayers Saint Gross on a plan for the branch campus that is expected to open with 27 undergraduate and master’s level programs. Currently, students may take classes in 23 undergraduate and master’s level programs at Hall Park, Inspire Park and the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC). Please keep this page bookmarked and check back regularly for updates!
The branch campus will sit on 100 acres of green space, which will be incorporated into the design. Buildings will allow for adaptability to serve the campus community as it grows.
The UNT at Frisco branch campus master plan establishes the framework that will guide the growth and development of the new branch campus for decades to come, and support UNT’s mission to prepare students to thrive in a rapidly changing world. This plan is meant to be adaptable to allow UNT and its partners remain responsive and best support the community’s evolving needs, priorities and opportunities.