Student Spotlight: Viridiana Soliz

Viridiana Soliz at Crumley Hall


Major: BBA in Human Resources Management

What attracted you to UNT?

“UNT has a great business program with high accreditations, while being affordable. In addition, the campus is remarkably diverse and inclusive which made it more appealing to me.”

What is an identity you're proud to share with others at UNT?

"I am tremendously proud of my Mexican heritage."

How have you gotten involved on campus?

“Due to conflicting schedules, I have not been able to fully get involved in campus but I’m hopeful that this coming semester I will have more availability to join professional organizations, more specifically I’m looking forward to joining the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM).”

How has your UNT experience been so far?

I have had a wonderful experience. I have enjoyed multiple networking events and panels where I have learned about my future career, as well as learning useful life lessons. I have met excellent professors that have changed me not only at an academic level but also at a personal level with all the advice they have given me.

What's a fun fact about you?

One of my dreams is to one day own a bakery. I love to bake, it doesn’t matter if it is 100 degrees outside, I’m still baking.

What are your plans after you finish at UNT?

I am planning to start my career right away and I will also apply to graduate school to get a master’s in finance.

What advice would you give to a student who is looking to get involved on campus and make the most of his/her time at UNT?

“I would say not to be afraid of attending events even if you are by yourself. I guarantee you will make friends there and establish meaningful connections that will make it even more pleasant to be a student at UNT.”

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