The Transfer Center connects you to important campus resources and provides opportunities to get involved. Each semester the center hosts events designed to help you meet other students and discover all that your new campus has to offer.
Transfer Ambassadors are student leaders who also transferred from another college or university, so they can easily relate to the needs of fellow transfer students. Our Transfer Ambassadors provide mentoring face-to-face or online.
The Succeed at UNT initiative provides you with the keys to succeed in your studies, your social life and your personal well-being. By utilizing the Keys to Succeed, you’ll ensure your success at UNT so you can succeed after UNT.
Our Career Center offers resources that will help get you hired. From Career Fairs stocked with employers looking for the best UNT has to offer, to networking events where you can share your accomplishments and aspirations with some of the region’s most valued employers, we’ll help you start your career on the right foot.
Professional development opportunities through the Career Center include:
UNT’s award-winning Student Money Management Center provides personal financial and money management education. In addition to seminars and presentations, you can receive confidential individual financial consultations and planning services – all at no cost. At the Student Money Management Center, you’ll be able to do the following:
If you want to do everything you can to succeed in your studies or if you feel challenged with making it at UNT, the Learning Center is here for you. We can connect you with free tutors, and we offer workshops on study skills topics like note and test-taking strategies.
The Off-Campus Student Services Office will help you locate housing, transportation, child care and more.
As one of only 18 Tier One research universities that also is a Hispanic-Serving Institution, UNT is committed to inclusive excellence by providing diversity and inclusion training and resources. The Multicultural Center and the Pride Alliance help students explore their identities and provide opportunities to socialize and take action.
At UNT, we understand that a global education helps you become a better citizen of the world. Choose from more than 800 study abroad programs in 90 countries – with short-term summer programs, semester-long exchange programs that cost the same or less than a semester at UNT and affiliate programs around the world that won’t set you back for graduation.
The Office of Disability Access (ODA) at the University of North Texas exists to prevent discrimination on the basis of disability and to help students reach a higher level of independence. Our caring and professional staff helps students learn more about their disabilities, develop techniques to facilitate individual learning styles, learn how to talk to faculty and staff about your needs and develop strategies to achieve goals.
Student Veteran Services gathers resources for military members and their families into one location and provides a community at UNT for veterans.