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2005-2006 Denton Budget THE RIDGE AT NORTH TEXAS OPERATING BUDGET IBM= m INVESTMENT + MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT 1800 Bering Drive 9 Suite 3209 Houston TX 77057 P 713-782-5800 F 713-268-5111 www.assetcampus.com University of North Texas Denton, Texas UNIVERSITY INFORMATION: • State-supported university, founded 1890 • Calendar semesters • Degrees bachelor's,master's, doctoral,and postbachelor's certificates • Suburban 744-acre campus with easy access to Dallas—Fort Worth • Endowment$13.1 million • Coed, 24,274 undergraduate students,78%full-time, 55%women,45%men • Moderately difficult entrance level,71%of applicants were admitted FRESHMAN Admission: 9,903 applied,7,036 admitted,3,456 enrolled TOTAL ENROLLMENT Current Enrollment: 31,155 Students Projected Increases in Enrollment Numbers are not currently available,however enrollment has been on a decline since 2002 and is starting to flatten out Between 1999 and 2002 Enrollment rose 12% In 2003 Enrollment rose 3% In 2004 Enrollment rose 1.3% University housing Policy • HOUSING ON CAMPUS IS REQUIRED FOR FRESHMAN YEAR. Freshmen are given priority housing and 23%of all undergraduates live in the 5,588 beds available. Capacity is at 100%. • On-campus housing is a premium. More than 5,000 students reside on-campus,and again residence halls are at capacity. About 10-12,000 students reside within the city limits of Denton. The remaining 15,000 students reside and commute from within the DFW Metroplex. • Due to high response,the Office of Commuter and Off-Campus Student Services at UNT hosts an annual Off-Campus Housing fair. The fair is held for one day in the first week of March from 9a.m.-5p.m. on the UNIT campus. Last year over 1,000 students attended. Rental agencies and apartment properties from Denton and the Lewisville area are invited and encouraged to attend. Space is limited and tables are offered on a first come,first serve basis. The fair's purpose is to provide a one-stop"apartment shopping"opportunity to fit the hectic schedules of students. At the same time,it allows properties significant exposure to the campus community. The Off-Campus Student Services Office is also in favor of creating strong relationships with new developers to better serve the students and residents of Denton and the surrounding area.