Our Campus Location

The history of UNT Dallas College of Law may be just beginning, but our location in downtown Dallas is rich in heritage. 

Our Historic Location

The building in which the College of Law is located started as the Titche-Goettinger department store. Located at the corner of Main and Harwood and facing the Main Street Garden Park, the building is part of the Harwood Historic District in downtown and also is a designated part of the larger Downtown Dallas Historic District. At the end of the 19th century, Harwood Street marked the eastern outskirts of Dallas, still a frontier town. After the turn of the century, the area became a retail and government center, as the City of Dallas relocated its City Hall to the new Municipal Building, immediately to the south and east of the Titche-Goettinger building.

Our Renovations

The UNT System Building completed final stages of a $29 million renovation aimed primarily at modifying it to serve as the home of the UNT Dallas College of Law. The fully renovated spaces include the lobby and Office of Admissions (first floor); faculty offices, adjunct faculty offices, student organization rooms (second floor); Office of Dean of Students and classrooms (third floor); classrooms, courtroom, Dean’s suite, Office of the Registrar, Office of Career and Professional Development, and student lounge (fifth floor); and the law library (sixth floor). The renovations reflect a priority on collaborative learning spaces, best teaching and learning technologies, and modern yet welcoming design and furnishings.


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