Every day, UNT reaches out to the community to create partnerships and offer helpful services, making us the university for North Texas. UNT enriches, inspires and helps the communities of the region in many ways.




Community service and volunteers

Looking for volunteer opportunities?

UNT's Center for Leadership and Service links students who want to serve with causes that need assistance, including off-campus projects that support community needs and on-campus projects. By connecting UNT students with volunteer opportunities, the center develops learning opportunities to engage students as active citizens and leaders in the global community.


Need volunteers?

Become a partner with UNT's Center for Leadership and Service. UNT has more than 46,000 students and 4,600 employees, making it an excellent source of volunteers. Whether you need someone with a particular skill, a volunteer for one hour a week, or a lot of bodies to staff an event, we want to help.

UNT has many student organizations dedicated to service and volunteerism. Visit our
student orgs website to discover the various ways UNT students give back to the community (click on "Service" link under "Browse By Category").

Lifelong learning & professional development

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Designed for fun and intellectual development (learning simply for the joy of learning), the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute provides an extensive range of classes, travel programs and social activities for adults age 50 and older.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNT Travel

Educational trips to locations around the world led by UNT faculty members and other expert guides.

Professional development courses

Allow professionals in the North Texas region and beyond to take non-credit courses taught by UNT faculty members. Both online and in person classes are offered.

Online minicourses

Provided in conjunction with Ed2go, UNT's online minicourses are downloadable 12-lesson modules designed to meet your needs for skill development.

Public services and resources

Center for Sport Psychology and Performance Excellence

Provides sessions to improve mental toughness for individual athletes, coaches and leaders, and teams and groups.

Child and Family Resource Clinic

Services include assessment, counseling, and parent education classes.

UNT Passport Office

Services include processing new passport applications, taking photos and replacing lost or stolen passports for students, faculty, staff and the general public. No appointment is needed.

UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center

Provides families with a resource for evidenced-based interventions and training, as well as comprehensive treatment, research and support for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.

Counseling and Human Development Center

Services include individual adult counseling, individual adolescent counseling, career counseling, couples counseling and play therapy

Center for Play Therapy

The center provides play therapy services including individual play therapy, group play therapy and parent training.

Elm Fork Education Center

Provides investigative encounters that engage students of all ages in field activities and discovery experiences designed to encourage responsible environmental stewardship.

Oral History Program

Partners with many community organizations to record, transcribe and archive oral history interviews covering a wide variety of subject matter in order to preserve local, state, and U.S. history.

UNT Psychology Clinic

Services include individual and group therapy; marriage and family therapy; play therapy; behavior health services and intelligence, vocational and personality evaluations.

UNT Speech and Hearing Clinic

Services include diagnostic and treatment services in speech-language pathology and audiology.

UNT Library services for community members and visitors

Provides several resources and services for the wider community and serves as a hub of activity on campus for special events.

Printing Services, Eagle Images Copy Centers & Union Design Works Services

Print, publishing, copies, graphic design and multimedia services.


Youth camps and programs

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Music camps

Hosted by UNT’s College of Music, these camps span experience levels from elementary school to college. Many camps include to performances in public concerts throughout the summer.

UNT Robocamp

Through UNT’s Computer Science and Engineering department, Robocamp allows kids 12 and up to learn about robotics, programming, and game development in week-long, all-day programs.

Office of Outreach

Building college knowledge for young students and parents and creating a college-going culture to encourage education past high school.

Elm Fork Explorer's Camp and Discovery Camp

Elm Fork Explorer's Camps are week-long half-day science education sessions for 2nd through 8th graders that can be combined with Discovery camps (which are more about recreation and arts and crafts and less about science) to create full-day programs.

Debate camp

The Mean Green Comet Debate Institute brings together the North Texas region's largest debate programs and most established debate camps to offer the very best in debate education.

Athletic camps and clinics

Join Mean Green head coaches and staff for athletic development experiences in basketball, football, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.

Facilities, event hosting and catering services

University Union event planning & scheduling services

Make your next event a success at the University Union, Gateway Center or Coliseum by taking advantage of the Union's one stop shop‚ for venue selection, set-up and catering services.

Conference & Event Management

From summer camps to international conferences, event management services can help you arrange meeting and recreational spaces, housing, dining services, transportation, social events and all the support services you need for a successful event.

Verde! full-service catering

World-class catering from donuts and coffee to hors d'oeuvres and full-course meals to satisfy any taste.

The Club at Gateway Center

UNT's restaurant, operated by students in the Hospitality Management program, is a great casual setting for your birthday or business luncheons and can easily accommodate large parties.

Food-To-Go at the University Union

Fresh, delicious, made-from-scratch food served in affordable group-sized amounts.

Gateway Center

The Gateway Banquet and Conference Center is a 28,000 square foot, multi-level facility located on the entrance to campus. Services include meeting rooms, outdoor spaces and an extensive banquet facility.

Coliseum (Super Pit)

With 10,3000 square feet of arena space and 43,685 square feet of concourse, the Coliseum is large enough to host basketball games, commencements, concerts, luncheons, workshops, dances, camps and competitions.

Recreation and fitness facilities and reservations

Reserve tennis courts, multi-purpose athletic fields, racquetball/handball courts, basketball/volleyball courts and many more.