Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs (DSA) creates an inclusive student experience that supports academic success, social engagement, and personal and professional growth. We enhance the student experience through a wide array of intentional programs, services, and activities that support the life cycle of our students.
In addition, the division champions the overarching goals of the university by implementing programs essential to realizing UNT’s mission and goals.
Departments and programs within the DSA include: Career Center, Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Center for Leadership and Service, Center for Student Affairs at Discovery Park, Coliseum and Gateway Center, Counseling and Testing Services, Dean of Students Office, Dining Services, Distinguished Lecture Series, Emerald Eagle Scholars, First Generation Success Center, Green Jackets, Housing and Residence Life, North Texas in D.C., Off-Campus Student Services, Office of Disability Access, Orientation and Transition Programs, Recreational Sports, Recovery and Intervention Support and Education Program, RISE, Student Activities, Student Government Association, Student Health and Wellness Center, Student Legal Services, Student Veteran Services, Survivor Advocacy, TRIO Programs, University Union, UNT Food Pantry presented by Kroger, and We Mean Green Fund.
For more information, call 940-565-4909 or visit studentaffairs.unt.edu.
International Affairs is a guide and champion for internationalization at the University of North Texas. International Affairs supports international teaching, research, and service. We strive to enrich campus life by welcoming international students and scholars, cultivating global citizens among students, and fostering global connections between UNT and institutions, communities and people around the world.
International Affairs functions in a leadership and facilitation role to support the university’s global endeavors and international initiatives. We provide expertise, assistance, and support to faculty, staff, students, and administration in all international activities.
All units are located in Marquis Hall (international.unt.edu).
The Global Engagement Office supports global engagement activities and international initiatives. Global Engagement advises colleges on the development of global programs, manages UNT’s international agreements and contracts, and oversees the data and information about UNT’s global engagement activities. Global Engagement acts as steward for campus internationalization by encouraging global scholarship, managing Fulbright and intramural grants, and promoting other global opportunities for faculty and students. Contact 940-565-2197 or international.unt.edu/globalengagement.
The International Programs & Communication Office provides UNT students opportunities for cross-cultural learning and engagement via a full schedule of international events and activities, provides international student support programs to help new students adjust to life in the U.S., and manages and awards International Affairs scholarships and grants. Contact 940-369-7795 or international.unt.edu/student-activities.
The Intensive English Language Institute, established in 1977, is the longest-standing program of its kind in North Texas and one of the most prestigious programs for learning academic English in the United States. IELI also conducts the International Teaching Assistants testing and training program for UNT. Contact 940-565-2003 or Marquis Hall, Room 223 or visit international.unt.edu/ieli.
The International Recruitment Office recruits well-qualified and diverse international students to UNT colleges and schools. Its core activities include converting international prospects to applicants via digital outreach and recruitment at feeder institutions both abroad and in the U.S. Office staff work regularly with high school counselors, foreign faculty, U.S. higher education advisors and UNT alumni. Contact 940-369-7624 or Marquis Hall, Room 290 or visit international.unt.edu/content/international-recruitment-office.
The International Student and Scholar Services Office provides culturally sensitive immigration advising and support to international students and scholars engaged in academic activities at the University of North Texas System. The office serves as the primary campus and system resource on immigration matters pertaining to all non-immigrant visa types. Contact 940-565-2195 or Marquis Hall, Room 110 or visit international.unt.edu-international-student-scholar-services.
The Study Abroad Office coordinates affiliate, exchange and faculty led programs for UNT students in collaboration with the university’s colleges and schools. The office works to create programs that inspire global citizenship, enhance curriculum, and support the academic and personal goals of UNT students from all majors and backgrounds. The office also serves as a U.S. Passport Acceptance Facility and is open to the UNT and North Texas communities. Contact 940-565-2207 or Marquis Hall, Room 145 or visit studyabroad.unt.edu.
International student health insurance requirement
Since 1982, UNT has required all international students to have medical insurance. Consequently, international students are automatically charged a student health insurance fee to cover the premium for the UNT-sponsored health plan each semester after registration.
There are only three instances when a student may receive a waiver from the UNT-sponsored health care plan:
an international student has a government-sponsored plan (these waivers are processed in the Office of International Student and Scholar Services,
an international student has insurance through a U.S. employer group policy that meets the waiver requirements, or
an international student is a dependent on a parent or relative’s U.S. employer group policy that meets the waiver requirements.
Students will be required to go to https://unt.myahpcare.com to waive out of the Plan, underwritten by United Healthcare Student Resources. For students requesting an insurance waiver, supplemental insurance to cover medical evacuation and repatriation will also be required. This coverage may also be purchased from United Healthcare. A waiver will not be granted until proof of acceptable insurance and medical evacuation and repatriation coverage is provided. Waiver requests are processed up until the official 12th class day.
Questions about the UNT-sponsored health plan or about a waiver from the plan may be addressed to SHWCinsurance@unt.edu.
Tuberculosis (TB) screening requirement
UNT requires all incoming international and IELI students from high-risk tubercular disease countries to be screened for TB. These students must be screened and, if required, tested for TB their first term of study on the UNT campus or provide documentation of a previous TB test with results done in the United States within the past six months. Failure to complete the TB screening requirement will prevent students from registering for future semesters. For more information, please read the TB screening section at studentaffairs.unt.edu/student-health-and-wellness-center/services/international-students.
Student services, activities and information
Athletic organizations and activities
Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports at UNT offer a wide range of opportunities for recreation. Accessible sports facilities include the Pohl Recreation Center with two swimming pools, four gymnasiums, an indoor soccer court, 45-foot tall climbing wall, weight room and cardio area, 1/8 mile indoor track, group fitness rooms, Smoothie King and lounge area. The Waranch Tennis Complex has 12 lighted tennis courts.
North Texas Athletics
North Texas Athletics is a vital component of university life. The Mean Green athletics programs provide a rallying point for fans, friends and, most importantly, students of the University of North Texas. A student’s collegiate experience would not be complete without having enjoyed the opportunity to: tailgate with friends and family; stand and cheer on the Mean Green as they take the field or court prior to competition; and sing “Glory to the Green” immediately following the conclusion of an athletic event.
Mean Green Athletics strives to be a university partner and works diligently with multiple aspects of the university in order to enhance students’ participation and enjoyment of the collegiate experience. Students are admitted free to all athletic events with a valid student ID.
The University of North Texas competes at the Division 1 level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and is a member of the American Athletic Conference. The university is represented by athletic teams in the following sports: men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country and track and field, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming and diving, women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. North Texas Athletics resides in the 46,000-square-foot Athletics Center, which houses administrative offices, a football locker room, team meeting rooms, strength and conditioning facilities, and sports medicine facilities.
DATCU Stadium provides amenities that attract today’s fans looking for the ultimate game-day experience, including 21 luxury suites, club level with chair back seating, giant video screens, unique concessions options and generous tailgating and staging areas. And in accordance with UNT’s commitment to create a sustainable campus, strict Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards were followed in making this the nation’s first collegiate football stadium to earn platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Mean Green athletics teams have captured numerous Conference championships as well as receiving national recognition by making recent appearances in postseason football bowl games and NCAA postseason championship tournaments for basketball, golf, soccer, softball and track and field. The 2020-21 men’s basketball team became the first team in the history of the school to win an NCAA tournament game when it defeated Purdue in the first round of March Madness.
Within the Career Center, Student Employment (SE) assists students in their job search by providing employment opportunities both on- and off-campus year-round. Students who have been accepted to UNT and are currently enrolled or who have been enrolled within the previous year are eligible to access student employment services. The Career Center assists students in identifying local jobs on or off campus. Students with a preference working off-campus will find numerous opportunities in the Dallas–Fort Worth region posted through the Career Center. Some on-campus jobs may include:
- Food Services Worker, Barista, or Delivery Driver
- Rec Sports – Referee, Lifeguard or Coordinator
- Computer Lab Assistant, Tech Support or Library Assistant
- Office Assistant or Research Assistant
- Tutor, Grader or Academic Assistant
- Resident Assistant
If students choose to work on campus, we recommend scheduling classes to have three to four hours available during the day. This allows students to work up to 20 hours a week for international students and 25 hours for students with US citizenship per week. Some departments are flexible with schedules, but others may prefer a set schedule.
On- and off-campus job openings are advertised on Handshake, which is available to all students, or by visiting careercenter.unt.edu. Once a student is hired for an on-campus position, the student is required to complete student employment orientation, which is offered both online and in-person. The student’s supervisor may also request the student to attend a training offered through the Career Center.
Students may receive more information about Student Employment as well as learn how to log into Handshake by calling 940-565-2105 Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or by visiting the Career Center in Sage Hall, Suite 202.
The Career Center provides the following services to students in all degree programs and at every degree level: undergraduate, master’s and doctoral.
In-class presentations and guest lectures are offered on career-related topics, including “Resume Writing,” “Interviewing Skills,” “Using Social Media in Your Job Search” and “What Can I Do with a Major In …?”
Career planning and job search resources can be found at careercenter.unt.edu. These resources assist students and alumni in assessing their career interests, exploring career options, and accessing relevant information for making career-related decisions.
Career Coaches assist students and alumni in career exploration and research, resume writing, interview preparations, career transitions and general job search strategies through individual advising.
A web-based career services job listings system (Handshake) contains current job vacancy announcements from UNT-friendly employers. Students and alumni must formally register with the Career Center to utilize this service.
More than 1190 employers come to UNT each year to conduct on-campus employee recruiting and on-campus interviews. The Career Center links student and alumni job seekers with hiring professionals. Registration for on-campus interviewing is required through Handshake.
All services and resources the Career Center offers are provided at no cost to students and alumni.
Visit the Career Center in Sage Hall, Suite 202 and College Career Coaches:
Meet the UNT Career Coaches – Career Center | University of North Texas
The Center for Leadership and Service
The Center for Leadership and Service provides opportunities and programs to assist students in becoming engaged leaders in the community. Programs include leadership workshops and conferences, short-and long-term service programs, and opportunities for students to engage in leadership positions on campus. The Center for Leadership and Service is located in the Union, Third Floor. For more information call 940-565-3021.
The Coliseum is a multipurpose facility with accommodations for center arena events (9,797), theater presentations (3,400–5,200), banquets (1,100), concerts (3,400–8,200), commencements, athletic events, workshops, dances, camps and competitions. For information regarding Coliseum reservations, contact the Coliseum/Gateway Center scheduling office at 940-565-2557.
Off-Campus Student Services
Part of Student Activities, Off-Campus Student Services (OCSS) functions as a resource for UNT’s off-campus, commuter, graduate, online, and non-traditional students. Resources include an off-campus housing and roommate search database, babysitter clearinghouse, and information about transportation services (e.g., carpooling, bus schedules). OCSS also coordinates events for these populations, including the Non-Trad/Grad Student BBQ, Housing Fair, Family Fun Night, and Professional Picture Day.
For more information about OCSS, contact Student Activities in the University Union, Room 345; follow on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook (@UNToffcampus); visit offcampus.unt.edu; or call 940-565-3807.
Counseling and Testing Services
The center provides short-term, confidential, professional psychological services to currently enrolled students. Individual counseling related to personal, social and emotional concerns; vocational counseling for help with selection of a major field of study or career plan, and couples counseling are offered at the center. Outreach programs and consultation are available for faculty/staff and student groups.
Counseling and Testing Services is also a national testing center and administers professional and academic testing (e.g., TSI, CLEP, Pearson Vue exams, Meazure Learning exams, TCFP/FIDO, and other proctored exams).
The Counseling center is in Chestnut Hall, Room 313, or call 940-565-2741.
Professional and Academic Testing is located in Gateway Center, Room 140, or call 940-369-7617; or visit studentaffairs.unt.edu/testing-services.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Office fosters the development of leadership, civility, accountability, and responsibility in the University of North Texas student; builds community through service and involvement; and serves as an advocate for all students. This office is dedicated to supporting the UNT student who may need assistance in resolving complex social, personal, financial and academic matters. We strive to help all students achieve their academic and personal goals and enhance the UNT student experience.
One of the primary aspects of the Dean of Students Office is to help students resolve university-related issues. Through the SOS (Seeking Options and Solutions) Program, the office assists students and their families in navigating diverse concerns, as well as identifying resources for personal, academic, and social issues. We can assist students with absence verification, pregnancy assistance, military activation of enrolled students, and absences due to temporary disabilities and/or temporary illness.
Student Conduct: The Dean of Students (DOS) is responsible for addressing student conduct, enforcing university policies and procedures, and providing students with the resources necessary to resolve their own personal disputes. DOS administers student disciplinary procedures in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct and maintains official disciplinary records. However, emphasis is placed on educating students about their rights and responsibilities as members of the University of North Texas community. In addition, DOS seeks to educate the campus community through literature and training about the services it offers. The office provides policy interpretation and rights adjustment as well as handling complaints against students. DOS is committed to enhancing students’ competencies as productive citizens and promoting life-long learning and community standards. Any member of the UNT Community can report alleged student misconduct at report.unt.edu.
The University of North Texas is committed to providing a safe environment for all community members. Dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual coercion, sexual exploitation, sexual violence, and stalking are prohibited. Please see deanofstudents.unt.edu/sexual-misconduct.
By Texas law UNT employees are mandated to report sexual misconduct, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking to the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator if they witnessed or information received while in the course and scope of their employment; that the employee reasonably believes constitutes an incident of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking; committed by or against a student who was enrolled at the institution at the time of the incident; an employee employed by the institution at the time of the incident. Reports can be made to report.unt.edu or to TitleIX@unt.edu.
Survivor Advocacy: The UNT Survivor Advocate’s role is to connect students who have been impacted by violence to resources (counseling, health, safety, academics, legal, etc.), and act as their advocate. The Survivor Advocate can assist a student by filing protective orders, completing crime victim’s compensation applications, contacting professors for absences, working with housing to facilitate a room change (if needed), and connecting students to the many other resources that are available, both on and off campus. You can contact them at email@example.com, at 940-565-2648 or by visiting Union 411.
Student Withdrawals: The Dean of Students Office is committed to helping students when they intend to withdraw for the semester. Students wishing to withdraw must do so in person at the Dean of Students Office during office hours. During their visit, students will obtain the official University Withdrawal form and meet with a staff member who will ensure students are informed of any pertinent implications related to their withdrawal. Students will also be informed of any obligations they may have with the university and items they may need to fulfill prior to withdrawing and/or upon returning to UNT.
Students may only withdraw from the first class day until the official last day to withdraw as indicated in the 2023-24 Academic calendar. Please note that a withdrawal implies dropping ALL courses. Students wishing to drop classes but who will remain enrolled in at least one course can obtain the Request to Drop Class form from the Registrar’s Office.
If by chance a student is incapacitated and the student cannot make the request on their own, the Dean of Students Office will assist. Verified documentation related to their condition will be required. For more information, please contact the Dean of Students Office directly.
Student Complaints: The Student Standard Complaint Policy of the University of North Texas provides students with a procedure for resolving complaints against UNT faculty, staff, and agents of the university. Students with questions concerning discrimination, grade appeal, academic integrity, disability, financial aid, accommodations, or the Code of Student Conduct must contact the appropriate academic personnel or compliance officer and refer to the appropriate policies. Students can file complaints at report.unt.edu.
The Dean of Students Office will assist the student throughout the complaint process. UNT believes that most complaints can be resolved informally. All university contacts with the aggrieved student will stress the preferred mechanism of an informal resolution. A complaint filed, either formally or informally, will not be considered unless it is filed no later than 120 days after the event or occurrence giving rise to the complaint or knowledge of the event or occurrence. A student’s complaint may be withdrawn at any point by the student, thereby halting the complaint.
Absence Verification: Students are expected to attend classes regularly and to abide by the attendance policy established by the professor. However, the university is aware that there will be times when a student is unable to attend class due to emergency situations, health, or the death of a loved one. The Dean of Students Office is also available to assist you with documenting your absences. Students must provide the Dean of Students with official and verifiable documentation related to the reason for absence. Once the absences have been verified the decision to allow a student to make up course work is left to the discretion of the professor and/or the department.
Authorized Class Absences/ Field Trips: All travel by students off the campus for the purpose of participation in athletics, music groups, AFROTC activity, dramatics, exhibitions, debate, student government, conventions and field trips must be authorized by the dean of the school or college of the sponsoring department. Absence lists must be approved by the department chair and sent to the office of the dean in advance of the travel date. Sponsors must report to the Dean of Students Office all students listed who did not make the trip.
Within three days after the absence, students must obtain authorized absence cards from the Dean of Students Office for presentation to instructors of classes missed. Students with authorized absence cards may make up the work missed when practicable or be given special allowance so that they are not penalized for the absence. Additional information regarding Authorized Class Absences may be found in the Faculty Handbook.
Military Activation of Enrolled Students: The University of North Texas is deeply committed to supporting students who serve in the military. A student who is a member of the National Guard, Reserve or other branch of the United States Armed Forces and is unable to complete classes because of military activation may request course withdrawals, incompletes, or grades, depending on the timing of the activation and the individual needs of the students. This will ensure understanding and standardized guidelines for awarding grades to students called to active military duty during an academic semester.
The student will be required to provide documentation of military orders to the Dean of Students Office and follow procedures for withdrawal. This will ensure understanding and standardized guidelines for awarding grades to students called to active military duty during an academic semester. Dean of Students will meet with the student to discuss options and consider all areas that affect the student upon withdrawal. If incompletes or grades are requested, the student will be referred to the faculty member or academic department for assistance. The Dean of Students will send notification to faculty, academic department, and Associate Dean of the verification of military orders and student’s preference for incomplete or grade assigned.
Per Texas Education Code 54.0006 (f) 3, either grades are assigned or incompletes granted. If a student receives an incomplete, they will have one year from the end of their active duty to complete the course. The Dean of Students office will complete the official withdrawal of the student and full refund of appropriate tuition and fees. If student opts for an incomplete or grades are assigned, no refund will be given.
Pregnant and Parenting Students: The U.S. Department of Education and Office for Civil Rights released new Title IX requirements regarding pregnant and parenting students in June 2013. Students can apply for possible accommodations at report.unt.edu for pregnancy and parenting.
The requirements and suggestions include:
Schools must excuse student’s absences because of pregnancy or childbirth for as long as the student’s doctor deems the absences medically necessary.
Absence policies in classes must accommodate pregnancy or childbirth related absences and allow for make-up work. “A teacher may not refuse to allow a student to submit work after a deadline that she missed because of absences due to pregnancy or childbirth. Additionally, if a teacher’s grading is based in part on class attendance or participation, the student should be allowed to earn the credits she missed so that she can be reinstated to the status she had before the leave.”
“A school may offer the student alternatives to making up missed work, such as retaking a semester, taking part in an online course credit recovery program, or allowing the student additional time in a program to continue at the same pace and finish at a later date, especially after longer periods of leave. The student should be allowed to choose how to make up the work.”
Once the absence is verified, professors must accommodate these absences and allow for makeup work. Students needing assistance with accommodations related to pregnancy and parenting should contact the Dean of Students Office.
Temporary Disabilities: Even temporary disabilities are not afforded the same consideration for accommodation and/or waivers that is provided under federal law for permanent disabilities. The Dean of Students Office can act as an advocate for students dealing with temporary disabilities. If a student has a temporary disability (i.e., broken leg, broken arm, pregnancy, etc.) and needs accommodation, they may contact the Dean of Students Office and request we advocate on their behalf. Student must submit proper documentation to the office. Upon receipt and verification, DOS will contact the student’s professors confirming that the temporary disability exists. Ultimately, it is up to each individual instructor to make any accommodations pertaining to temporary disabilities.
CARE Team: The University of North Texas cares about our students’ success, not only academically, but emotionally and physically as well. This commitment to the holistic development and well-being of our students is the fuel behind the hundreds of departments, services and resources across campus that seek to respond to their unique needs. Nevertheless, students do not always ask for help when they need it. In an effort to identify those students proactively, UNT has created a campus wide network of professionals who are committed to caring and responding to the unspoken needs of students. The CARE Team ensures a confidential program of identification, intervention, and response in order to provide our students with the greatest chance of success and our community with the greatest level of protection.
Questions or concerns for the CARE Team regarding a student or an incident can be directed to a CARE Team Chair or another member through our web site at report.unt.edu.
Student Death: The Dean of Students Office is the main point of contact in the case of a student death. The dean’s staff will notify all appropriate people and departments on campus. Information needed is the student’s full name and the contact name and number for the student’s family. A staff member will be identified by the Dean of Students to make direct contact with the family and serve as the university liaison to assist the family as needed. The names of the student’s friends should be forwarded to the Dean of Students for the purpose of outreach to those affected by the death of their friend and fellow student.
The Dean of Students Office organizes the annual Flight Memorial, an event where the UNT community recognizes all students, faculty, staff members and alumni who have passed away over the past year. The Flight Memorial is usually held on a Wednesday in April. All family members of those who will be honored are welcome and encouraged to attend the memorial. Please contact the Dean of Students at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 940-565-2648; or visit us on the web at deanofstudents.unt.edu.
The University of North Texas (UNT) recognizes that freedom of expression and public assembly are fundamental rights of all persons and are essential components of the education process. These activities promote debate and the sharing of ideas, which are the foundation of educational institutions.
The responsibility of the University to operate and maintain an effective and efficient institution of higher education requires regulation of the time, place and manner of assembly, speech, and other expressive activities on the grounds of the University. In keeping with this responsibility, students, faculty, staff and visitors are free to exercise the rights to assemble and engage in expressive activity in a constitutionally-protected manner subject only to the content-neutral regulations necessary to fulfill the mission and obligations of the University; preserve the rights of others, coordinate multiple uses of limited space; assure preservation of the campus facilities and grounds; and assure financial accountability for any damage caused by these activities.
The UNT Free Speech policy can be found at policy.unt.edu/policy/07-006.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The personal safety and security of every member of the university community is of paramount concern to all at the University of North Texas. In keeping with this concern, each year the university publishes the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report informing the campus about programs and services to enhance campus security, crime statistics, fire safety, fire statistics, and student disciplinary referrals for certain crime-related conduct. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at clery.unt.edu.
The following notification is mandated by Texas Education Code Sec. 51.219.
Notification of Penalty for False Alarm or Report
A person commits an offense if he knowingly initiates, communicates, or circulates a report of a present, past, or future bombing, fire, offense, or another emergency that he knows is false or baseless and that would ordinarily:
(1) cause action by an official or volunteer agency organized to deal with emergencies;
(2) place a person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury; or
(3) prevent or interrupt the occupation of a building, room, place of assembly, place to which the public has access, or aircraft, automobile, or other mode of conveyance.
An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor unless the false report is of an emergency involving a public or private institution of higher education or involving a public primary or secondary school, public communication, public transportation, public water, gas or power supply or other public service, in which event the offense is a state jail felony.
A false threat can be communicated through any means (e-mail, phone, in writing, verbally, social media, etc.). An individual adjudged guilty of a state jail felony shall be punished by confinement in a state jail for any term of not more than two years or less than 180 days and, in addition to confinement, may be punished by a fine not to exceed $10,000.
UNT students should be aware that the State of Texas takes these threats seriously, and the legal consequences, which are severe, go beyond anything that the University’s Code of Student Conduct will address.
The university wants to take this opportunity to inform the university community about the dangers and consequences of hazing.
Hazing is a criminal act under the state law of Texas.
By definition, hazing is any intentional, knowing, or reckless act by one person alone or acting with others, directed against a student, that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student for the purpose of pledging, being initiated into, affiliating with, holding office in or maintaining membership in an organization” whose members are or include UNT students.
Examples of hazing include but are not limited to:
- Any type of physical brutality, such as whipping, beating, striking, branding, electronic shocking, placing a harmful substance on the body, or similar activity.
- Involves sleep deprivation, exposure to the elements, confinement in a small space, calisthenics, or other similar activity that subjects the student to an unreasonable risk of harm or that adversely affects the mental or physical health or safety of the student.
- Any type of physical activity that subjects a student to an unreasonable risk of harm or that adversely affects the mental or physical health or safety of a student, such as sleep deprivation, exposure to the elements, confinement in a small space, or calisthenics.
- Any activity involving consumption of alcoholic beverages, liquor, drugs, food, liquid, or any other substance that exposes a student to unreasonable risk of harm or that adversely affects the mental or physical health or safety of the student.
- Any activity that intimidates or threatens a student with ostracism or that subjects the student to extreme mental stress, shame or humiliation that adversely affects the mental health or dignity of the student or discourages the student from entering or remaining registered at UNT, or that may reasonably be expected to cause the student to leave the organization or UNT rather than submit to hazing whether the act is committed in person or communicated by other media including social networking.
- Any activity that induces, causes, or requires a student to perform a duty or task that requires commission of an illegal act.
Hazing occurs regardless of whether the act is committed on or off the university campus and regardless of whether the student victim may have consented to or acquiesced in the activity.
A person engages in hazing not only by directly engaging in hazing activity, but also by soliciting, directing, encouraging, directing, aiding or attempting to aid another in hazing; or by recklessly allowing hazing to occur; or by knowingly failing to report firsthand knowledge that a specific hazing incident is planned or has occurred; any person reporting a specific hazing incident involving a student to the dean of students or other appropriate university official is immune from civil or criminal liability that might otherwise be incurred as a result of the report.
Students may be prosecuted for committing an act of hazing or for failing to report first-hand knowledge of hazing.
Incidents or planned incidents of hazing must be reported in writing to any one of the following:
- Dean of Students Office, 940-565-2648 or 940-565-2039
- UNT Police Department, 940-565-3000
- UNT Hazing Hotline, 940-369-STOP (7867)
Amnesty: The university may elect not to pursue disciplinary sanctions for a violation of this policy against persons who voluntarily and in good faith provide information to the Dean of Students or an appropriate university official related to hazing.
The UNT Hazing policy can be found at policy.unt.edu/policy/07-013.
It’s About the Food. UNT Dining Services serves up affordable great-tasting food, made fresh daily from whole ingredients in our on-campus kitchens. With our 20+ Retail Restaurants, five Dining Halls, upscale restaurant, central bakery, hydroponic garden and catering department, you’re never far from a great meal. Our award-winning food service program was ranked No. 1 in Texas by Niche.com and is part of the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative. Learn more and find hours of operation — including late-night and weekend options — at dining.unt.edu, 940-565-2462 or email@example.com.
Interested in a job with delicious food and flexible scheduling? Dining Services provides résumé-building job opportunities to more than 1,000 student employees, and no experience is required. Apply today at dining.unt.edu/jobs.
Meal Plans for On-campus living
All freshman residence hall rooms and select upperclassman rooms are bundled with an Everyday Unlimited or Weekday Unlimited Meal Plan Membership. These Plans include unlimited meals in any of our 5 Dining Halls as well as Flex to use at your favorite on-campus Retail Restaurants, including Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, Einstein Bros. Bagels, The Campus Chat Food Court and more. Choose your Plan when you apply for housing or purchase online at dining.unt.edu/plans.
Meal Plans for Off-campus Living
Students living off campus can save big by purchasing a Meal Plan designed specifically for your commuter lifestyle. Preparing your own hearty meals can be costly in time and money. Our Plans allow you to supplement or completely replace your home cooking with convenient, freshly-prepared meals on campus. We do the hard work of cooking—and our culinary teams actually do cook — so you can focus on your university experience.
There’s a Plan for every appetite and budget, whether you want to enjoy our Dining Halls, Retail Restaurants or both. Meal Plan purchases are routed through your MyUNT account for payment with financial aid, scholarships, installments and other methods. Find the right Meal Plan for you at dining.unt.edu/plans.
Office of Disability Access
The Office of Disability Access (ODA) is the campus resource for students who qualify for disability accommodations as defined by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 as Amended. Part of the mission of the ODA is to provide reasonable accommodations and auxiliary aids to eligible students and assist with the resolution of student disability-related access issues. In order to administer this process, ODA works with faculty and campus partners to facilitate accommodations and services. Students who are approved for accommodations are responsible for presenting to their instructor a Letter of Accommodation, which is generated on ODA letter-head and emailed to the instructor by the ODA.
ODA staff members are available to counsel and advise students regarding disability related matters and can assist in devising academic success strategies, including referral to other campus and community services. ODA arranges classroom auxiliary aids such as sign language interpreters, Computer Aided Real Time Transcriptionists (CART), textbooks in alternative accessible formats, and various forms of adaptive equipment and technologies. ODA also houses a test center for the administration of accommodated course examinations and works closely with academic departments and course instructors in making such arrangements. For more information, call 940-565-4323, visit Sage Hall room 167; or go to studentaffairs.unt.edu/office-disability-access.
Distance Education (web-based and digital communication)
The University of North Texas offers a selection of undergraduate and graduate courses, degree programs, and certificate programs via distance education, primarily through the web. Most 100% web-based courses can be taken from any location worldwide that has Internet access and the appropriate computer equipment available. For more information on online programs, visit online.unt.edu.
Distinguished Lecture Series
The UNT Distinguished Lecture Series was organized and chartered as a university wide program in 2004 with the assistance of the UNT Student Government Association and the Division of Student Affairs. The series is administered by a committee composed of students, faculty and staff, with a student member serving as chairperson. The objective of the series is to provide the university and greater communities with a variety of distinguished, world-class lecturers and speakers who will bring significant interest, visibility and added prestige to UNT. The series is dedicated to complement the educational process and to add significantly to the quality of life for the university community and communities of the Dallas–Fort Worth region. Programs have featured President George W. Bush, author Sherman Alexie, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, financial planner Suze Orman, television hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, activist Cornel West, former Mexican President Vicente Fox, TV scientist Bill Nye, environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., actress Keke Palmer and more. For more information, visit studentaffairs.unt.edu/dls.
The UNT Eagle Ambassadors are a group of outstanding students with various majors and backgrounds, who are selected to provide a student perspective about our university through campus tours. They introduce thousands of prospective students and visitors to the University of North Texas annually and are known for their friendliness, genuine love for UNT and excellent customer service.
Being an Eagle Ambassador is a prestigious honor and a unique chance for personal and professional growth. Students chosen to be part of this elite group receive value training and experience, making them more marketable for today’s workforce. In addition to monetary compensation and scholarship opportunity, Eagle Ambassadors participate in special events with the Office of the President, Admissions and Advancement.
Eagle Alert is an automated system that allows UNT administrators to notify the campus community by phone in the event of an emergency. Eagle Alert sends voice and text messages to phones of everyone with an active EUID account who has registered with the system.
All students, faculty and staff are automatically enrolled in the Eagle Alert system using the telephone numbers provided to UNT during the registration or hiring process.
You should check your contact information regularly and update it as soon as it changes by logging in at my.unt.edu and following the “Update your information” link under the Eagle Alert banner. For more information on UNT Eagle Alert, visit www.unt.edu/eaglealert.
Early Alert Response System
The UNT Early Alert Response System seeks to ensure that every student has knowledge of and access to all available campus resources. Our office maintains and monitors the Early Alert Response System, and through this system we identify struggling students and connect them with appropriate on- and off-campus resources.
It is the mission of the Early Alert Program to facilitate campus-wide collaboration through the Early Alert Response System in an effort to increase student retention and persistence by identifying struggling students and actively provide a link to academic support services, advising, and campus referrals in a timely way.
Facilities use policy
The term facilities describes all structures on the campus or otherwise under the control of the university. Use of such facilities is governed by the university’s “Facilities Use” policy and “Off-Campus Speakers” policy. Requests may be made through the University Union Event Planning and Scheduling Services One Stop Shop at 940-565-3804.
Student organizations wishing to reserve facilities should contact the Student Activities Center, Stovall Temporary Union Building, Room 155, 940-565-3807.
Fine Arts Series
The Mary Jo & V. Lane Rawlins Fine Arts Series began as the Lyceum Series in 1924 during the Normal College era. The series has continued to present a wide variety of visual, performing and literary arts events for the UNT and DFW communities. Coordinated by a committee comprised of students, faculty and staff, the Fine Arts Series provides students with leadership opportunities, arts management skills, participation in the selection of artists and their works, and evaluation skills to discern among various artiexpose campus and community members to programs and personalities to whom they would not ordinarily be exposed, thereby raising their sensitivity to and appreciation for the arts. In addition, the Fine Arts Series compliments the educational process by providing supplemental presentations, master classes, workshops, residencies, and lectures to enhance student learning.
UNT students may receive free tickets to all performances at UNTuniontickets.com or by presenting a current UNT ID to the ticket seller. Faculty and staff are admitted at a discounted price. For more information, call 940-565-3805 or visit www.FineArtsSeries.unt.edu.
The Gateway Center is a multipurpose facility housing class and conference rooms, the Club at Gateway Center, offices for General Counsel, the Office of Development, the UNT Alumni Association, the UNT Foundation Inc., and a banquet facility which caters to both on-and off-campus events. For banquet/conference scheduling, reservations and pricing, call the Coliseum/Gateway Center scheduling office at 940-565-2557.
Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council assures formal avenues of communication between representatives of the graduate student body and both the dean of the graduate school and the Graduate Council. It serves as an advisory council to facilitate an interchange of views and information between these groups. Two members of the Graduate Student Council are elected annually to serve as non-voting members of the Graduate Council. For additional information, contact the Toulouse Graduate School or visit tgs.unt.edu/gsc.
Student Health and Wellness Center
The Student Health and Wellness Center (SHWC), located on the second floor of Chestnut Hall, is equipped with examination and treatment rooms, as well as a clinical laboratory and digital x-ray machine. Medical services are available to enrolled students paying the medical service fee. Medical care is not available on official university holidays. The SHWC operates on an appointment system. Call 940-565-2333 or go online to myosh.unt.edu to make an appointment. Forms, hours, and additional information are available online at healthcenter.unt.edu.
Services available to students include routine visits for injuries and illness, as well as monitoring of chronic conditions. Charges are assessed for office visits, supplies for procedures and treatments, laboratory testing, vaccinations, allergy injections, and most other services. Specialty services include psychiatric services, dietitian consultations, travel medicine consultations, and gynecological services. The SHWC accepts most major insurance plans and will file claims on behalf of the patient. The SHWC must have prior parental consent on file to treat patients under 18 years of age. Anyone with a complex medical condition is urged to meet with a medical provider to review their medical history within the first few weeks of attending UNT.
Allergy injections can be administered at the SHWC. Patients must have allergy serum and orders from their outside allergist prior to receiving allergy injections in the clinic. For more information, please visit our website.
If you are having a medical emergency, call 911. If a student needs medical care when the SHWC is closed, they can check the SHWC website for available options. Students enrolled in the student insurance plan may use a 24-hour Telehealth Line listed in their insurance benefits. Students enrolled in other health insurance should consult their carrier for medical advice options. All students may call Parkland’s Nurse Call Line at 214-266-8777 free of charge.
Medical information is confidential and is not provided to others without a release signed by the patient. If a parent or guardian requests information on a patient under 18 years of age, the SHWC provides the information as allowed under the law.
Dental, optical, chiropractic, and massage services are available for UNT students and their families through contracted partnerships. These services are not covered by student fees, but can be covered under some insurance policies. Please contact the UNT Dental Office at 940-273-2184, College Optical Express at 940-369-7441, L-Evated Chiropractic at 940-323-2335, and Massage Therapy at 940-565-2787 for pricing, information on services, and other questions.
The Meadows Center for Health Resources (MCHR) provides individual health education and outreach programs for students and campus groups, as well as special programs to address specific health needs. Visit our website for information about services and programs. Contact the MCHR at 940-565-2787 to request information or schedule a program. Wellness consultations are provided from a certified health education specialist.
The SHWC recommends that all students have current immunizations for diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, rubella, mumps, measles and hepatitis B. Effective October 1, 2013, a bacterial meningitis vaccination is required by Texas state law for any new or transfer student under the age of 22 who is attending UNT for the first time, or for any returning students who have not been continuously enrolled for the previous long semester. Additional information on this requirement, including forms and the submission process, is available at www.healthcenter.unt.edu/immunization-requirements. The SHWC recommends that all UNT students consider receiving the bacterial meningitis vaccination, even if not required by state law.
Health insurance program
A group student health insurance plan is offered for students enrolled at UNT. Interested students can enroll online at https://unt.myahpcare.com.
International students should refer to “International Student Health Insurance Requirement” elsewhere in this section.
Each fall, Homecoming activities offer a full week of events sponsored by various campus departments and student organizations. Annual events include a picnic, bonfire, and tailgating before the football game. Additionally, departmental receptions and student organization gatherings welcome alumni and friends returning to the campus.
For more information, contact Student Activities in the University Union, Room 345; follow on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook (@UNThomecoming); visit homecoming.unt.edu; or call 940-565-3807.
For more than half a century–since 1950–the University of North Texas has observed the tradition of coming together each academic year to honor our most accomplished and distinguished students, faculty, and staff. Honors Day is an important event in the life of the institution and occurs each spring semester, usually in April.
For more information, call 940-565-4909 or visit studentaffairs.unt.edu/honors-day.
University Scholars Day
The purpose of Scholars Day is to celebrate the work of undergraduate researchers at UNT. Students do not need to be members of the Honors College to present. Undergraduate students are invited to submit abstracts for a poster or paper based on original research or artist statement for creative work conducted under the guidance of a faculty mentor at UNT during the past year.
All unmarried undergraduate students who have graduated from high school the semester prior to enrolling at UNT, who have completed fewer than 30 semester hours of university work (pre-college hours not included) and who enroll for 12 or more hours are required to reside in university-operated residence halls under a contractual room and board plan as long as space is available. Exemption may be granted by the director of housing in accordance with an established policy statement, which is available from the Department of Housing and Residence Life. Honors Hall, Legends Hall, Mozart Square and Traditions Hall may be available for upperclassmen students and allow for a no–meal plan selection.
The University of North Texas’ 15 residence halls provide students with a wide range of living environments. Coed, freshmen and upperclassmen halls offer a variety of learning opportunities. All halls have rooms specifically modified to meet ADA accommodation requests.
Hall guidelines are set forth in the Housing Handbook, which is available at housing.unt.edu. It is a student’s responsibility to be familiar with these regulations.
Residence hall applications
The Housing application, available online at housing.unt.edu must be accompanied by an administrative application fee and a prepayment in order to receive a room assignment. Room assignments are made primarily on the basis of the date contracts are completed and the residence hall and room type selected via the online application. The online application includes a digitally acknowledged Housing License Agreement. A person who is not accepted to UNT must contact the Housing Assignment Office within 10 days- to receive a full application payment refund. For those accepted to UNT but electing not to attend, a schedule of application payment refund dates can be found in the terms and conditions of the Housing License Agreement.
For those accepted and attending UNT, there is a 10-business-day period after completing the contract in which to cancel for a full refund. Cancellation of an application beyond 10 days after completion can be subject to a loss of application payment and $500 termination fee upon cancellation.
Students that move into on-campus housing are expected to complete the full term of the application period. Termination of housing after move-in is subject to terms outlined in the Housing License Agreement.
Room and board rates are subject to approval by the Board of Regents. A list of current rates is available online. For housing information, write to University of North Texas, Housing Department, 1155 Union Circle #311310, Denton, TX 76203-5017 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The housing application is available by accessing the eHousing portal through the Housing web site—housing.unt.edu.
Students who are not required to live in university housing under the terms of the housing policy may live where they choose. The university does not assume any responsibility in off-campus housing arrangements but does support the federal housing policies that housing owners not discriminate because of race, color, sex, age, religion, disability, veteran status or national origin.
Location: Sage Hall, Suite 170
Web site: learningcenter.unt.edu
The Learning Center (LC) was created to supplement and support academic excellence and life-long learning. A wide range of individual, group and self-help programs and materials are provided to maximize the academic potential of all University of North Texas students. Programs and services housed within the center include: GRE course prep help, tutoring (one-on-one and online), Supplemental Instruction, Academic Coaching, academic-based workshops, Graduate Student Services and the Academic Resource. For additional information see learningcenter.unt.edu.
Living Learning Communities
Location: Welcome Center, 1417 Maple Street
Web site: housing.unt.edu/livinglearning
Living Learning Communities at the University of North Texas offer students the opportunity to live together to succeed based upon majors, general areas of study, and general interests. Living Learning Communities include Academic and Themed Communities:
Various academic units have collaborated with Housing and Residence Life to offer LLCs with dedicated faculty or staff support and/or a required course component. Students should select the academic LLC that aligns with their major field of study in order.
Themed LLCs are opportunities for students with common interests or majors to live together and help each other succeed. These LLCs offer access to amenities that foster study and creativity, and freedom for students to design their own class schedules.
Location: University Union, Room 335
Web site: https://ied.unt.edu/multicultural-center
Serving the UNT community for more than 25 years, the center is committed to cultivating a campus environment where people of all identities and experiences can thrive. It fosters the success and awareness of historically underrepresented student populations with an emphasis on disability, ethnicity, gender, interfaith, race and sexual orientation. The Center provides culturally relevant programs and services that increase the awareness, understanding, and intersectionality of the various identities in the UNT community.
UNT Alumni Association
The UNT Alumni Association is a member-driven organization that creates networking and engagement opportunities for alumni in every stage of life. The organization also operates a Student Alumni Association and offers scholarships to support UNT students and build a strong alumni legacy. For more information, visit UNTalumni.com or call 940-565-2834.
Student organizations policy
The University of North Texas recognizes the right of any group of students to form a voluntary organization for purposes not forbidden by local, state or federal law, or university policy. All organizations that wish to obtain certain benefits (e.g., room reservations) must register each school year with Student Activities.
Policies regulating the approval, functioning, and privileges of registered organizations are available from Student Activities, University Union, Room 345; studentactivities.unt.edu/orgs; or 940-565-3807.
Parking regulations, maps detailing parking facilities, parking office hours, contact information, and the links to paying parking citations online or to purchasing a parking permit online may be obtained at transportation.unt.edu. All student, staff and faculty parking permits (except TF permits) are sold online based on availability.
Pohl Recreation Center
Located at the corner of North Texas Boulevard and Chestnut Street, the Pohl Recreation Center, managed by Recreational Sports, is open daily to provide a variety of facility space and programming for the recreation and fitness needs of the students, faculty and staff at UNT.
The Rec Center has a 14,500 sq. ft. weight and cardio area, 3 multi-purpose courts for basketball, volleyball, and badminton, an indoor soccer gymnasium, a 45 ft. climbing wall and 10 ft. bouldering wall, an 8-lane lap pool and 5,510 sq. ft. leisure pool with a hot tub, and an 1/8 mile indoor track. Also located in the facility are locker rooms, Smoothie King, a lounge and seating areas, meeting rooms, two group fitness rooms, lighted outdoor sand volleyball and basketball courts, and the Recreational Sports office.
The Rec Center is open to all currently enrolled UNT students with a valid UNT ID who pay the recreation fee included in tuition. Current and retired faculty, staff and their families may purchase memberships. Memberships are also available to alumni. Current and retired faculty and staff employees who are members of the Rec Center and students with an active Rec Center membership may sponsor one individual over the age of 18 living in the same residence for membership. Members can sponsor up to two guests per day for a fee.
The Rec Center is a result of a project initiated by a UNT student group in 1997, which gained momentum through student involvement and was approved through a student referendum in 2000. The Rec Center is funded primarily through the recreation fee.
For more information about the Pohl Recreation Center, contact Recreational Sports by calling 940-565-2275 or emailing email@example.com. Information is also available on the UNT Rec Sports app and on the Rec Sports web site at recsports.unt.edu.
Recreational Sports is located in the state-of-the-art 138,000 square-foot Pohl Recreation Center and offers an incredible array of programs and experiences designed to support and inspire the wellness of the UNT Community. We also pride ourselves on being a welcoming and engaging family, committed to helping students, faculty, and staff live happy, healthy, and active lives by participating in our seven different program areas:
The fitness program offers fitness assessments, personal training, instructor prep classes, and a variety of free events and classes each semester. The group fitness program offers students exciting, instructor-led aerobic activities like cycle, kickboxing, Pilates, yoga, Zumba and others. Group fitness class schedules and registration can all be done through the UNT Rec Sports app. The fitness staff also oversee the 14,500 square foot weight room, located in the Rec Center, that offers a variety of cardio machines including treadmills, ellipticals, free weights, and a functional training space.
UNT students versus UNT students! Any student who pays the recreation fee may participate in intramurals through one of three divisions that have men’s, women’s and co-recreational teams: Residence Hall, Greek or Open. Team sports are arranged on a round-robin basis, and individual and dual sports are set up by elimination tournaments, meets and special events. Major sports include flag football, outdoor soccer, basketball, softball, volleyball, and indoor soccer while single-day events can include sand volleyball, table tennis, dodgeball, flag football and basketball tournaments, as well as PS5 and Nintendo Switch tournaments.
Esports at UNT is a varsity program dedicated to developing, guiding, and encouraging our varsity players to compete at the highest level within the collegiate arena, as well as training and facilitating the competitive growth of each player and team. The esports program also supports our students in the gaming community through club and intramural sports competitions. Varsity teams include League of Legends, Rocket League, and Overwatch.
The Outdoor Pursuits program offers a 45-foot indoor climbing wall, 10-foot bouldering wall, rental of outdoor equipment like tents, sleeping bags, coolers, stoves, canoes and kayaks. Outdoor Pursuits also oversees an adventure trip program that takes members out on day, weekend, and even extended trips within Texas and beyond. Free clinics are also offered throughout the year that give instruction on various topics like stargazing, survival, campfires and kayak roll. The outdoor staff also oversee the Outdoor Pursuits Center, located behind the climbing wall, which rents high-quality outdoor equipment including tents, sleeping bags, canoes, kayaks, coolers and more.
The sport club program provides an opportunity for UNT students to compete against other colleges and universities in the Texas region and nationally. The 36 clubs compete recreationally and competitively and welcome all those interested in the sport, regardless of skill level. Club leader information and club practice times can be found on the UNT Rec Sports app or by visiting the Rec Sports web site.
The aquatics staff oversee an indoor lap pool and indoor leisure pool and spa. The program offers private swim lessons and instructional classes for adults and children, as well as American Red Cross certification courses for lifeguards and water safety instructors. The aquatics program also hosts free special events throughout the semester like dive-in movies and swim challenges.
Informal recreation offers drop-in activity at the Rec Center for basketball, indoor soccer, swimming, badminton, volleyball and more, and can check out equipment to you at no charge. Informal Recreation also oversees the Waranch Tennis Complex offering 12 lighted tennis courts, equipment checkout, and is home to the Mean Green women’s tennis team. For more information about the Waranch Tennis Complex please call 940-565-2275.
Recreational Sports is one of the largest employers of students on the UNT campus. Rec Sports offers a wide range of job opportunities for students throughout the seven program areas including membership services, weight room, personal training, group fitness instruction, lifeguarding, outdoor pursuits, or officiating their favorite intramural sports.
For more information and program details, download the UNT Rec Sports app or visit the Rec Sports web site at recsports.unt.edu. Follow @UNTRecSports on social media for the latest news, program reminders, and special giveaway events.
Spiritual Life is an initiative within the Division of Student Affairs that serves and supports members of UNT community as they explore and engage deeply-held beliefs and religious practices during their college experience. Through a variety of programs and events focused on interfaith engagement, improving religious/spiritual literacy, and cultivating practices for spiritual health and wellness, Spiritual Life provides opportunities for students to engage the impact, significance, and value of religion and spirituality in the world today. Spiritual Life is also here to help students find and get connected to spiritual resources, provide assistance to religiously affiliated student organizations looking for more ways to connect to the campus and the student body (including a registration process for faith leaders from non-UNT organizations), and more. For more information, please call 940-565-3288 or visit studentaffairs.unt.edu/office-of-spiritual-life.
Speech and Hearing Center
The University of North Texas Speech & Hearing Center offers services to adults and children in the Denton-Dallas-Fort Worth areas with speech, language, reading, swallowing, and hearing disorders. Audiology services include hearing testing, hearing aid dispensing and management, repair of hearing aids, management of cochlear implants, assessment of auditory processing disorders, assessment of tinnitus, vestibular assessment, and aural (re)habilitation programs. Speech-Language Pathology services include evaluation and treatment of language, articulation, fluency, voice, resonance, and swallowing disorders.
The Speech and Hearing Center offers many specialized services designed to meet the needs of UNT students, including testing and support for students with language-learning disabilities and social/pragmatic difficulties. Speech and language services are offered on an individual and group basis. The Center also provides assessment and treatment services to students in the performing arts, including a hearing conservation program for musician’s ear protection, tinnitus management for musicians, and voice evaluation and treatment for performance-related disorders.
The Speech and Hearing Center accepts payment through cash and credit card, and is in network for a number of insurance plans, including most Medicaid and Medicare plans. To schedule an appointment or inquire about clinic services, fees and payment options, please call 940-565-2262. Additional information can be found at aslp.hps.unt.edu/clinic.
One of the goals of Student Activities is to help students get involved on campus, to maximize their college experience. Student Activities promotes a sense of community and UNT pride while enhancing the social, intellectual, and developmental growth of students as individuals or members of student organizations. We do this through three areas: campus-wide events and traditions, including Mean Green Fling and Homecoming; Off-Campus Student Services, which includes events and services for off-campus, commuter, non-traditional, graduate, and online students; and student organization services, including programs for new and existing organizations.
For more information or help contacting any of the 450 registered student organizations, contact Student Activities in the University Union, Room 345; follow on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook (@UNTactivities); visit studentactivities.unt.edu; or call 940-565-3807.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Financial Aid and Scholarships (FAS) at the University of North Texas offers a variety of options to assist students in financing their education. For more information on financial aid and scholarships at UNT, please visit financialaid.unt.edu, come by our office in the Eagle Student Services Center; call 940-565-2302 or contact us via ScrappySays.unt.edu.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) strives to promote the interests and opinions of students. As the official voice of the undergraduate student body, SGA represents students in matters of policy and student welfare. SGA sponsors programs and projects that enhance students’ educational and collegiate experience.
To learn more about services or becoming a member, visit SGA in the University Union, Room 344; follow on Instagram or Twitter (@UNTSGA); visit sga.unt.edu or call 940-565-3850.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services provides free legal advice and assistance to currently enrolled students. This office also maintains a variety of legal publications for student use. Students are encouraged to meet with an attorney during Open Legal Clinic hours or contact the department to schedule an appointment. Please refer to the web site for details www.unt.edu/legal, send an email to Studentlegal@unt.edu or call 940-565-2614.
Student Money Management Center
The Student Money Management Center provides tools and solutions UNT students need to achieve financial independence during their college experience. Free services include private consultations with professionals or peer counselors. The center sponsors free workshops, seminars and clinics covering a wide variety of personal financial and money management topics. Some of the workshops are based in theory, some are based in methodology—but all the training opportunities include plenty of tips and strategies that students can apply to their personal financial situations. All educational opportunities are open to all members of the UNT community. For information, visit moneymanagement.unt.edu, call 940-369-7761 or stop by Suite 115 in Chestnut Hall.
Orientation and Transition Programs
Orientation and Transition Programs seeks to provide resources and services to help students establish and attain their educational goals. Beginning with first-year students, the office serves as a central location to help students transition to the UNT campus, but also connect with their peers, faculty, staff and parents. These connections help guide and direct students throughout their educational experience at UNT and facilitate their success. For more information on Orientation and Transition Programs, stop by our office, located in the University Union, Room 377, call 940-565-4198, or visit us on the web at transition.unt.edu.
Student Veteran Services
Student Veteran Services, in collaboration with a diversity of university departments, aims to serve as a safe place to help student veterans navigate university resources for academic success. Our focus is simply three pillars: to help remove barriers for student veterans through an emphasis on transition support through campus life; to provide connection to resources both on and off campus to assist student veterans; and to give due recognition of the service members in our UNT community through programs and scholarship. For more information, please visit the center in Sage Hall, Suite 236, or call 940-369-8021, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
UNT TRIO Programs
TRIO develops, implements and administers programs specifically designed to meet the educational needs of unique student populations, such as the financially and educationally disadvantaged, underserved or underrepresented, and disabled individuals. UNT TRIO currently administers five programs that provide services to students from middle school level through undergraduate level. Projects administered by TRIO have involved numerous school districts in the state of Texas, as well as many community colleges throughout the state. These five programs provide services for more than 1,700 participants yearly, ranging from 6th graders to upper-division undergraduate UNT students. Contact TRIO at 940-565-4773 or email@example.com.
UNT Police Department
The UNT Police Department serves an integral role in campus life as the university’s principal provider of safety and security for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Located at 1700 Wilshire in the Sullivant Public Safety Center, the department operates 24 hours a day.
University Police officers are licensed by the State of Texas and enforce state and local laws as well as university rules and regulations. The department offers numerous programs and services available to the university community.
For more information, contact the UNT Police Department at 940-565-3000, or visit their web site at police.unt.edu.
The Union provides services and programs that members of the campus community need in their daily lives and creates an environment for getting to know and understand others through formal and informal associations.
The Union is home to many different offices, services and student organizations. These groups include: Barnes & Noble at UNT, Union Administration, Student Activities, Student Affairs, Dean of Students, Student Legal Services, banking services, post office, Design Works, Multicultural Center, Center for Leadership and Service, University Program Council (UPC), Orientation and Transition Programs, Eagle Images, Substance Abuse Resource Center (SARC), PRIDE Alliance, Student Government Association (SGA) and Graduate Student Council (GSC). The Union is also home to many dining options, including Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Chick-Fil-A, Burger King, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Which Wich, and much more.
For the most up-to-date information regarding the Union, please visit union.unt.edu or contact the Union at 940-565-3805. Like us at facebook.com/UNTUnion and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @UNT_Union. Contact Union Scheduling Services for catering, event planning and facility use at 940-565-3804 or visit union.unt.edu/scheduling.
University Program Council
The University Program Council (UPC) is a student-run programming board that coordinates fun and exciting programs around the UNT campus. UPC is dedicated to providing programs that are entertaining, educational, diverse and almost always free for students. UPC is comprised of several student executive positions and a student volunteer board that plan and implement events on campus. Students have the opportunity to join UPC at the beginning of each semester and assist in developing new ideas for future events as well as promote and organize events. All of our UPComing events can be found by following our Instagram or Twitter pages @UNT_UPC, our Linktree: linktr.ee/unt_upc, or our Facebook page at “UNT University Program Council”.
The UNT Writing Center offers free tutoring to all UNT students in all disciplines and at all stages of their academic careers—from English composition students to graduate students writing theses and dissertations.
Our hours are from 9:00 – 9:00, Monday – Thursday and from 9:00 – 3:00 on Fridays. We offer walk-ins at Willis Library on Sunday – Thursday evenings from 5:00 to 9:00. You can stop by at 5:00 when the tutor arrives to sign up for a slot that night – first come, first served.
Students may have up to 1 hour of instruction total per day. Graduate students working with our graduate tutors can schedule 1 hour of instruction per week, either online or in-person.
We have online appointments in our main center from 9:00 – 9:00, Monday –Thursday, and from 9:00 – 3:00 on Fridays. Please call 940-565-2563 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an online conference.
Our graduate tutors also offer online appointments for graduate students. Please e-mail email@example.com to schedule.
To learn more, visit our website writingcenter.unt.edu.