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3 College Junior

Weather: It doesn't affect it, I heard this past year was the worst but overall it didn't matter because we had school when conditions were permissible. If conditions were bad, then we didn't have school and more time to catch up or study up for the exam which was a win win.

3 College Senior

Weather: Local weather has little to no effect on campus unless it is extreme. For example, this semester we had a couple of days off because of icy conditions, as a result, the campus was shut down.

3 College Sophomore

Weather: They do not cancel when they should but they are improving this.

3 College Junior

Weather: Texas weather is always unpredictable.

2 College Junior

Weather: It's Texas. It might be 80 degrees one day and it could be snowing by the next morning.


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UTD students, Dallas-born and international alike, maintain a love/hate relationship with the weather in Dallas. The "love" part, however, prevails for the better part of the year, and is only replaced by discontent when summer takes over from May to September, which includes only two months of the fall and spring semester, so students have plenty to rejoice about when they compare the weather here to that of any other places up north.

That being said, North Texas’ summer is truly unforgiving. The temperature can reach and stay at 110 F for weeks on end, without a drop of rain to ease it. This misery is typical of August and September, and sometimes even carries over to October. When fall comes, however, life on campus blossoms. The sun, wind, temperature, and even rain are all just right, and, by Halloween, people have already forgotten how they nearly died of heat just weeks before. Believe it or not, there has been snow in Dallas; however, it’s always risky to bet on a snowy winter. If you are one of those snow lovers, there’s still a bright side to it: Legend has it that any amount of snow or ice on campus can easily translate into an extra week or two of winter break. (Talk about snowphobia!) The transition into spring in March is pleasant yet subtle, often recognized only by the start of outdoors intramural tournaments.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 77 °F
Spring - Low: 57 °F
Summer - High: 95 °F
Summer - Low: 76 °F
Fall - High: 78 °F
Fall - Low: 58 °F
Winter - High: 59 °F
Winter - Low: 39 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 3.82 in./month
Summer: 2.73 in./month
Fall: 3.50 in./month
Winter: 2.50 in./month
What to Pack
  • Hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
Did You Know?
  • Texas' weather is well-known for being unpredictable. For example, February temperatures may range from 28 F to 80 F. Although tornadoes and other extreme conditions are not too common, sudden downpours and strong winds can take students by surprise.
  • Snow is always anxiously anticipated by UTD students. In early February 2011, heavy snow and ice forced a one-week cancellation of classes.


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