UNT is closed, Tuesday, Feb. 11, due to icy conditions.
The closure affects all offices and classes. Blackboard Learn and online testing will continue as scheduled.
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Current UNT students, faculty and staff should receive an Eagle Alert message notifying you that the university is closed. If you did not receive a phone call or text message, be sure your contact number is correct at my.unt.edu.
Other campuses in the UNT System
Online classes are not affected by weather delays and closings, unless the course instructor otherwise informs students.
Check online, Facebook and local media for weather info
Information about road conditions
Sometimes the university remains open during wintery weather conditions. Individuals who commute long distances to campus may want to contact the Texas Department of Transportation's area hotline for information on road conditions at (800) 452-9292. The 24-hour recording is updated regularly and includes information on highways in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Navarro and Rockwall counties.
For information on road conditions in other counties, call the Texas Department of Transportation directly at (800) 452-9292. View a detailed report of road closures that you customize based on your location.
To access the Broadcast Notification System or to reach the university switchboard, call (940) 565-2000 or metro (817) 267-3731.
For UNT employees
University personnel identified as essential must be present at their work places, unless otherwise notified by their supervisors.
When inclement weather conditions exist, visit www.unt.edu, check the UNT Facebook page or listen for announcements on local media outlets before you begin driving to campus. View a list of media outlets that will announce closures in the extended entry.
If your department does not have an updated calling tree to notify staff members about delays and closures, this is a good time to revise your document and distribute it to all your departmental members.