About Giving to the DSA

Tuition and student fees do not provide funding for all of the programs offered by the Division of Student Affairs at UNT. We rely on private support to develop, innovate and grow programs that foster a well-rounded campus experience and prepare students for future success.

The Student Affairs development officer works with alumni, corporations, and foundations, and other supporters, one relationship at a time, to match their charitable interests with the priorities of our division. 

Create Your Own Legacy

Contact us to create your own legacy for students at the University of North Texas.

Patrick O’Hara

Associate Vice President of Development
(O): 969-369-8132
(C): 214-457-6260


Donor Spotlights

Phil Sorgen

Phil and Lea Sorgen 

Career Center Excellence Fund 

Internship support for current students “It is all about helping the students,” he added. “The more experience they get the more confidence employers will have to take a chance on them. Students can build the skills they need, and we are helping them with their next steps in life.”


Give now to the Career Readiness Initiative

Jerry and Judy Pinkerton 

Jerry and Judy Pinkerton 

The Judy and Jerry Pinkerton Family Endowment for Foster Care
Alumni – Critical support for Foster Care Alumni students on campus

“We wanted a place we could really make a difference, and this was it,” Judy said. “The PUSH program is all about giving these kids the support they need to get through school,” Jerry said. “We have always had a heart for helping kids and giving makes us very happy, ...The joy really fills you when you are helping others,” Judy said

Erin and Kyle Hogue 

Erin and Kyle Hogue 

Donation for custom closets for our UNT Mean Green Gowns For Grads and Suit Up programs

"We were able to align our resources and knowledge with something that was meaningful to us,” Erin said. “Being able to help organize those spaces was a wonderful feeling.”



Corporate Partnership

Corporate Partnership over 5 years to support the UNT Food Pantry

Greater Texas Foundation

Greater Texas Foundation 

Supporter of Emerald Eagle Scholars

Partnership over 5 years to support High School Career Connect