- Krispy Krunchy Chicken
- Taco Bueno
- Burger King
- Fuzzy's Taco
- Avesta (Rm 248)
- Campus Chat Food Court
- Boar's Head Deli
- Chopt Salad Bar
- Mia's Pizza
- Sauté: customizable noodle bar
- Design Works (Rm 223)
- Wells Fargo (Rm 222)
- Eagle Images (Rm 221)
- ATMs (across from the Information Desk)
- Information Desk and Lost and Found
- Union Art Gallery
- Multicultural Center (Rm 335)
- Student Org Space (Rm 337)
- Graduate Student Council - GSC (Rm 344)
- Student Government Association - SGA (Rm 344)
- Student Activities Center (Rm 345)
- University Program Council - UPC (Rm 345)
- Fine Arts Series (Rm 345)
- Center for Leadership & Service - CLS (Rm 345)
- Pride Alliance (Rm 372)
- Substance Abuse Resource Center - SARC (Rm 376)
- Office of Spiritual Life (Rm 376E)
- Student Affairs Admin (Rm 376)
- Orientation & Transition Programs (Rm 377)
- Small Ballroom (Rm 333)
- Large Ballroom (Rm 314)
- One O'clock Listening Lounge
- Dean of Students (Rm 409)
- Student Legal Services (Rm 411)
- Survivor Advocate (Rm 411)
- Union Administration (Rm 418)
- Meditation Room
- Lactation Room
- Individual, gender-neutral bathroom
- Rooftop Terrace
The Campus Chat
The Campus Chat has a variety of seating and the ability to accommodate 750 students and is the most popular location for students to eat in the Union. All of the Union dining options are close by, and there are also two microwaves for guest use. UNT alumna Murielle White created a 109-foot mural, Ocean of Possibilities, which includes visuals that represent our campus and community.
The Campus Chat also features two meeting rooms that are open during peak dining hours to accommodate heavy traffic and can be reserved for events and lunch meetings.
The Union Art Gallery
The Union Art Gallery is one of two spots on campus where undergraduate art students can display their work, and all students can view free art exhibitions and be exposed to excellent work. There are new exhibitions every two to three weeks, and the type of art varies across all media.
The Syndicate is one of the most popular spaces in the Union. It's a two-floor hangout location with a sports lounge feel. University Program Council often uses it for their events--lookout for open mic nights, performances by bands and stand up comedians, watch parties for awards ceremonies, the Olympics, and the Super Bowl, and much more. Students can request to change the channels on the TVs, and all televised UNT Athletics events are shown in the Syndicate. UNT Jazz bands--and the famous One O'Clock Lab Band--play on the Syndicate stage several times a week.
On the second level, there are pool tables and students can check out pool equipment for free with their student ID. There are also multiple TV lounges, where students can connect their game console or laptop to the screen and play games or watch TV and movies.
The Meditation Room
The Meditation Room is a tranquil space to reflect and de-stress, open to any students. UNT's Office of Spiritual Life offers occasional programming in the space.
Student Organization Space
Dedicated to the 425+ student organizations at UNT, the Student Org Space gives student organizations a place to meet, work on projects, and plan for the semesters. It is open and allows for collaboration. The student org lockers are located within this space, plenty of seating, monitors that laptops can be connected to, as well as a Mean Green fireplace in the back corner.
One O'clock Listening Lounge
Named for the famed One O'Clock Lab Band, this open area on the third floor features a row of interactive touch screens that act as a digital jukebox, with archives of UNT jazz music through the ages.