The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that postsecondary institutions participating in federal student aid programs make certain disclosures to students. The following information is disclosed to you as a student at the University of North Texas in compliance with federal law. For additional information, including requesting a paper copy of any of the materials, please visit the indicated websites, or contact the appropriate office directly.
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University of North Texas is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees. Questions about the accreditation of the University of North Texas may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC's website.
Please note: SACSCOC should be contacted only to inquire about the accreditation status of UNT, to ask questions about the accreditation process, or to pursue procedures for filing complaints against UNT. General inquiries, such as admission requirements, financial aid, and educational programs, should be addressed directly to UNT and not SACSCOC's office.
UNT may accept credit in transfer from any institution of higher education upon a determination that the course work and learning outcomes are comparable to UNT's own courses.
The Financial Aid and Scholarships (FAS) website includes information about the following:
Student Accounting website provides refund options. The University of North Texas has partnered with Nelnet Student Choice Refunds to process student refunds for all UNT students. This partnership allows for more efficient processing of refunds. Refunds sent to Nelnet Student Choice Refunds will be processed according to the refund preference the student has elected (direct deposit or reloadable debit card). View our institution's contract.
Information concerning UNT's current educational programs and course descriptions is available on UNT's Undergraduate Catalog website. This includes information about instructional, laboratory, and other physical facilities that relate to the academic programs, as well as faculty and other instructional personnel. The university catalog provides information related to institutional/program accreditations and approvals. The university catalog includes academic terms and their definitions, the list of degrees offered at UNT, and the group of classes known as the University Core Curriculum requirements of the core curriculum. Courses deemed necessary by your school or college can also be found here. Important information about grades, transfer credits, transcripts and graduation is also provided. Learn more about the policies and procedures related to academic governance and the role of the advisory committees and academic administration.
At the University of North Texas our caring and creative community empowers our students to thrive in a rapidly changing world. UNT evaluates success with respect to student achievement through student retention rates, graduation rates, and conferred degrees. UNT's commitment to student success can be reviewed within UNT's Student Achievement Goals and Outcome.
Wherever you are in life, UNT has a path that can help you achieve your educational goals. As one of the largest providers of online credit courses among Texas public universities, we offer more than 20 graduate degrees, 4 Bachelor's completion degrees, 16 graduate certificates, and 2 undergraduate certificates. UNT's online programs have been designed to meet national quality standards and provide the rigor of a university experience without the inconvenience of travel. UNT continues a 125-year tradition of excellence by offering online degree programs that promise a brighter future by preparing you for the challenges of today. Visit Online Learning Options for North Texas and Beyond for a list of online programs & certificates offered at UNT.
Are you looking to get involved on campus, meet new people and make new friends, and learn leadership skills? Then checkout Student Activities. With more than 425 student organizations, ranging from academic to cultural to performing arts to religious and more, you will find the perfect fit at UNT. And our annual events such as Mean Green Fling, University Day and Homecoming provide great opportunities for you to jump into the UNT community. We also offer programs specifically designed to help off-campus, commuter, graduate, and non-traditional students ease into campus life.
The Career Center is here to help you find your academic/career path and equip you to successfully execute the transition from student to professional. We provide a variety of services for students and alumni, including Student Employment, On-Campus Interviews, Career Fair, Networking Events, Eagle Careers powered by Handshake, Individual Career Advising, Peer Advising, Etiquette Dinners/Workshops, Internships, “Take Flight” Job Shadowing and Career Education Workshops.
Need to make an appointment, find a job/internship or sign up for a career fair or
Sign into your Eagle Careers powered by Handshake account! Simply go to my.unt.edu and click on the link under “Jobs.”
University of North Texas offers academic programs that lead to professional licensure to practice in the State of Texas. Students considering these programs should review the specific academic requirements for the program in which they are enrolling. Students and prospective students are encouraged to contact the applicable licensure board(s) in their state of residence or in the state where they intend to practice before beginning an academic program that results in licensure and prior to enrolling. State licensure laws, regulations, and policies may change at any time. Changes in requirements can impact the program's ability to meet educational requirements for licensure. Visit the State Authorization and Licensure Disclosure website for a list of licensure programs and state-by-state licensure disclosures.
The Office of Disability Access provides disability-related information and referrals; documents disability and conducts needs assessments; facilitates reasonable accommodations; and provides disability-related technical assistance, auxiliary aids/services, and advocacy and training. Visit the Office of Disability Access homepage for additional information on services and resources available to students with disabilities.
The Jeanne Clery Report provides information about alcohol and other drug health risks, drug and alcohol laws and penalties, and campus alcohol and other drug education and counseling resources. Read the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act report.
UNT takes copyright law very seriously and as such has developed policies prohibiting unauthorized duplication and distribution of copyrighted materials, including copyrighted music. Sanctions for violations of these policies include:
UNT also employs a number of technical and procedural measures to prevent illegal downloading and distribution of copyrighted materials. A summary of these measures, including references to applicable policies, can be found on the IT Shared Services website, UNT Approach to Addressing Copyright Infringement. Legal alternatives to copyright infringing downloading can be found on the University Information Technology website.
UNT annually coordinates the collection and reporting of fire safety and statistics information for publication. Each year, the university notifies the campus community, via email, that they may view the report online. Copies of this report may be obtained from the UNT Risk Management Services (RMS) or the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. The report is available online.
Eagle Alert allows UNT administrators to quickly contact campus community members about emergency situations affecting the safety and well-being of people on and around the UNT campus. Students, staff and faculty should update their phone numbers in my.unt.edu. For more information about Eagle Alert go to the Eagle Alert website.
UNT regularly develops and annually updates plans and procedures for emergency response and evacuation for the campus community.
Information regarding public safety at UNT is provided in the Annual Security Report. The Security Report includes crime statistics for the previous three years concerning certain crimes reported to have occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by UNT; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The Security Report also includes information about:
Get additional information regarding emergency response and evacuation procedures. Pursuant to the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, information regarding registered sex offenders is available by visiting the Texas Department of Public Safety website. To obtain a paper copy of the Security Report contact the Dean of Students office at 940-565-2648 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about the notification procedures to be followed when a student residing in on-campus housing has been reported missing more than 24 hours are available online.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that gives students the right to:
Pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the university has established policies relating to the accessibility of student information in the custody of the University of North Texas.
FERPA gives students basic rights with respect to their education record:
The UNT FERPA policy statement appears in its entirety in the UNT FERPA, policy number 07.018.
Students who complete work at another institution, to be applied toward a bachelor's degree at the University of North Texas, should make sure that the appropriate officer of the other institution furnishes to the Office of Admissions or the Registrar's Office at the University of North Texas a complete official transcript of such work.
A student who successfully completes a 42- to 48-semester-credit-hour common core curriculum at a state-assisted institution of higher education in Texas may transfer as "core complete" to UNT. The student will receive academic credit for each of the courses transferred. The student will need to work with an academic advisor in the appropriate college or school academic advising office to determine if additional requirements will be necessary to satisfy the 42-hour UNT core. For more information, see the UNT transfer articulation website.
Loan servicers may require enrollment verifications for deferment purposes. Students should check with loan servicers for specific requirements. Students may request enrollment verifications from the Office of the Registrar. See the Registrar Enrollment Verification/Certification website for request procedures.
You can find classes using the MyUNT online class search or by browsing the schedule of classes by department using the PDF documents provided on this page.
Students may search for textbooks from within the my.unt.edu portal during registration by clicking on the textbook link within the details of the class section. Students may also search the UNT Barnes and Nobles Bookstore webpage for textbooks. Students may also search the Barnes & Noble at UNT webpage for textbooks.
All forms of sexual misconduct — including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual coercion and sexual exploitation — are violations of university policy and the federal law Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. If a member of the UNT community is a victim of any form of sexual misconduct, there are many services available to assist, but first, the individual's safety is of the utmost importance. If you or a member of the community are a victim of sexual misconduct, you may contact any of the following offices for resources or to initiate an investigation:
The disclosure of final results of any disciplinary action to consider misconduct involving an alleged crime of violence or non-forcible sex offense can be released to a student who was the victim regardless of whether the Office of Equal Opportunity concluded a violation was committed.
The UNT Student Immunization and Screening/Testing Policy statement appears in its entirety in the UNT Student Immunization and Screening/Testing, policy number 07.025.
All new students, including transfer students, must show evidence of receipt of an initial bacterial meningitis vaccination (meningococcal meningitis vaccine) dose or booster in the last five years and at least ten days prior to the first day of the semester in which the student initially enrolls. This law also applies to any student returning to school after a break in enrollment for a fall or spring semester. Even though the bacterial meningitis vaccination is the only required immunization, the University of North Texas Student Health and Wellness Center (SHWC) recommends that all students have current immunizations for polio, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, rubella, mumps, and measles. Consideration should also be given to vaccination against hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and varicella. Immunization requirements can be found at the Health Center website.
Each school must provide an accountability report annually to the state and to the general public. The states must submit to the U.S. Department of Education, and make available to the public, an annual report containing school and state-level information.
Constitution Day is a time to commemorate the September 17, 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. Constitution Day is observed each year on September17th, although UNT may offer events and activities to celebrate the day throughout the week in which the date falls. The purpose of this week is to encourage the UNT community to continue learning and appreciating this living document which, despite its birth over 200 years ago, still plays an integral role in our everyday lives. Constitution Day provides an opportunity to reflect on our government, our liberties, and our obligations as citizens in this democracy.
A scan of the U.S. Constitution may be found on the National Archives website: https://www.archives.gov/national_archives_experience/charters/constitution.aspx
The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy and we want to make sure our students have access to up-to-date voting information, including how to register to vote and where they can vote during each election.
Get information on registering with the U.S. Selective Service System. Federal law requires all male U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, and male immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, residing in the United States, who are 18 through 25, to register with Selective Service.
The most recent record of graduation data of degree seeking, full-time undergraduate students at UNT is available in UNT's Fact Book under the current UNT FACT SHEET tab.
Get information about student body diversity, including the number of enrolled full-time students by gender and race/ethnicity, at UNT is available in UNT's Fact Book under the current UNT FACT SHEET tab.
In compliance with the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, information on men's and women's athletic programs at UNT is available at www.meangreensports.com. The report includes the number of participants by gender for each team, operating and recruiting expenses, coaches' salaries, revenues, and athletically related student aid. A copy of the report is available online on the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education Equity in Athletics Disclosure website. A paper copy of the report may be obtained by contacting the Athletics department.
The following reports can be found at Mean Green Compliance
To file complaints with the following offices, visit the links for specific instructions.