Admission information, applications and status reports for new undergraduate students (U.S. citizens and permanent resident aliens).
Admission information, application and status for new and former graduate students (U.S. citizens and permanent resident aliens).
Information regarding graduate admission, general policies, regulations and degree requirements; GRE and GMAT score recording; final approval of graduate degree plans.
Student placement in supervised work situations related to fields of study.
Individual and group counseling for career, emotional and personal concerns; interest, aptitude and personality testing; computer-based testing site for GRE, GMAT and TOEFL, plus information and applications for most national admissions tests.
General information non-academic and personal counseling; policy interpretation; social adjustment problems; assistance for Greek Life, Traditions, leadership, commuter services activities; registered organizations information, women's center, volunteer center and disability accommodation.
General information and non-academic counseling; policy interpretation; social adjustment problems; assistance for commuter and nontraditional students; assistance for disabled students; activities; registered organizations information.
Assistance with registration and scheduling, as well as auxiliary academic aids for students whose disabilities necessitate special accommodations for equality of educational opportunity.
The Division of Equity and Diversity is committed to executing the mission of the university as it relates to the recruitment and retention of faculty, staff and students. The primary goal of this office is to develop a supportive environment for a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body, to include the investigations of allegations regarding discrimination and sexual harassment.
Residence hall contracts, payments, room assignments and problems; residence hall disciplinary action and appeals.
Provides services to all students, citizens of the U.S. and of other countries, who wish to include an international experience in their education; assists UNT administration, faculty, colleges and departments in the developments and conduct of international education activities and programs on and off campus; directs and supports activity of five constituent units: Intensive English Language Institute, International Admissions and Advising Center, International Welcome Center, Sponsored Student Programs Office and Study Abroad Center.
Provides English instruction to students whose first language is not English; beginning to advanced levels; small classes focus on writing and communication skills, academic skills, research methods and western style critical thinking modes; practical, efficient and up-to-date instruction enhanced with specialized instructional ESL computer lab, tutoring; training for Teaching and Research Assistants.
The admissions office provides admission, application and status information to new and former undergraduate, graduate and Intensive English Language Institute students.
The immigration office provides immigration assistance and advising to new and former undergraduate, graduate and Intensive English Language Institute students. The center also provides university related non-academic advising.
Provides campus, community and general information, personal assistance, non-academic counseling and support for student activities to all new and continuing international students, visitors, and alumni; continuing orientation programs, activities, International Week.
Tailors programs for UNT international students sponsored by governments, agencies, businesses, other universities; provides special orientations; personal and academic counseling; reports academic progress to sponsors with direct invoicing for tuition/fees.
Individual advising on study abroad opportunities to students and faculty; summer, semester and year long programs; facilitation of international credit transfer; hosts students from other universities; information/orientation for study, travel, work, and volunteer abroad programs and national grants for international study; international hostel and ID card service to traveling faculty, staff and students.
Registration; transcripts; grade reports; academic status information; residency determination for continuing and former students; military waivers; enrollment verification/certification; services for veterans; notary service; and athletic eligibility and graduation.
Information and assistance regarding tuition and fee charges, waivers, installment payment of tuition and special fees; refunds; returned checks; identification cards.
Student Employment: Part-time employment listings for on and off campus; job fairs and camp days; customer service training; supervisor conflict assistance.
Career Services: Career and job search resources; job announcements; Internet Career Guide and job listings; transmission of online files to potential employers; job search advising; on-campus interviews with employer representatives.
Counseling, application and status for federal, state and institutional financial aid programs, including Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Federal Perkins Student Loan program, Federal Work-Study program, Stafford Student Loan program, State Grants and scholarships.
Student government; metro phones; student income tax service; student discount cards; Faculty and Student Directory; holiday shuttle.
Clinic and pharmacy hours of operation: fall and spring semesters Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; mini-mester and summer sessions Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Legal advice on matters of civil law (i.e., landlord/tenant, consumer, debt and credit, etc.) for currently enrolled students.
Police protection on a routine and emergency basis; crime prevention program; campus escort service; shuttle bus service; motorist assistance; emergency phone system.
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