- Becoming a UNT student
Information about the deadlines, hours of operation, and contact information for UNT admissions.
- Assistance with Paying for UNT
Financial aid, short-term loans, tuition and other information to assist in paying.
Contact information, resources, and ways to acclimate you quickly to UNT.
- Distance Learning
Information about newly offered distance learning classes that displaced students can take remotely and transfer back to their college or university.
How to apply for housing at UNT.
- Student Development Services
Non-academic services offered by the UNT Division of Student Development to help during your transition. Includes counseling, tutoring, emergency loans and medical services.
- Office of Disability Accommodations
Information for students who qualify for disability accommodations as defined by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and, since 1990, the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
- Counseling and Testing Center
Free counseling is available. Counselors will work with students individually or in groups.
- Dean of Students
- Volunteer Center
- Women’s Center
Employee Assistance Program
UNT employees may call the EAP toll free number anytime, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to speak to one of the on-call professionals or to set an appointment with an EAP counselor. The EAP services are free.
Help to Get the Word Out to Your Colleagues
UNT Provost Howard Johnson is encouraging faculty members to reach out to their academic colleagues at universities affected by the hurricanes by inviting them to use UNT resources. The university is offering office space and access to computers, e-mail and libraries. Some of the office space will be at UNT
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UNT Relief Fund sets $32,000 goal
UNT departments can help raise funds for the American Red Cross' efforts by registering their department as a collection site for the Disaster Relief Fund, the proceeds will enable the Red Cross to provide shelter, food, counseling and other assistance to those in need. Each collection site will need to provide a secure location with a designee to collect funds at all times. Please contact, the Dean of Students Office at 565-2648 to register by Friday, September 2nd, 12:00 p.m. if your department is willing to serve as a collection site.