Mission & Vision Statements
Latin Dreams is a residential community that assists in fostering an empowered community that contributes to the successful education, retention, identity development, and the leadership potential of our Latino men at the University of North Texas. This unique residential environment combines curricular and co-curricular activities designed to enhance each student’s overall college experience. Men will be able to identify and explore what it truly means to be living as a Latino in current America. With the guidance of a mentor, the staff in the Multicultural Center, and the faculty in the Latino/a and Mexican American Studies they will develop their knowledge of Latin Americans in the United States and across the diasporas. With these tools they will be able to create connections with university staff and faculty and explore their leadership capabilities through social and cultural organizations. Students in the Latin Dreams community will also be introduced to a variety of cultural focused programs, community service opportunities, and staff and faculty members that will help connect them and grow during their time at UNT.
- Cesar Chavez Day of Action
- Dia De Los Muertos
- “Cafécito con Familia” - Weekly Series of Discussions and Workshops
- Men of Color Summit at UT Austin
- La Raza Graduation
- Intramural Sports as a Community
- Men of Color Faculty and Staff Mixers
- La Vida Denton
Please fill this survey if you are interested in joining. A staff member will then be in contact with you.
By joining this incredible opportunity you have the chance to have your housing application fee waived. If you need this waiver please contact us directly.
The Latin Dreams Residential Community is supported by the Multicultural Center, Housing, and the Latino/a and Mexican American Studies. For more information about Latin Dreams contact Cesar Quezada via email Cesar.Quezada@UNT.edu or by phone at 940-565-3527
In the Media
Student Services Coordinator, Cesar Quezada, was interviewed by Consulado General de México en Dallas about Latin Dreams.