Buildings opening and services returning to campus

June 5, 2020

UNT has planned a phased approach to returning to on-campus operations. Campus buildings are opening as needed to accommodate the work that must be done. 

The university’s top priority is to help keep faculty, staff and students safe and to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As buildings open, signage will remind faculty, staff and students of the safety precautions they should follow. Members of Facilities’ Custodial Services also are routinely cleaning and disinfecting buildings.

Buildings open as of June 5:

  • Athletic Center, for athletes and staff (football coaches and player groups phasing in this month)
  • Chemistry Building, for research
  • Chestnut Hall
  • Art Building, for limited graduate student project work
  • Discovery Park, for research
  • Facilities Shop Buildings, for technicians (Monday-Friday, normal hours)
  • Hickory Hall, for research
  • Hurley Administration Building (7:45 a.m. to 11 a.m., Tuesday and Thursday only)
  • Kerr Hall
  • Oak Street Annex, for limited graduate student project work
  • Oak Street Hall, for limited graduate student project work in the ceramics lab
  • Physics Building, for research
  • Sage Hall
    • Career Center (two days a week for I-9 documentation, by appointment only)
  • Science Research Building, for research
  • University Union (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday)
    • Barnes & Noble (9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday) 
    • Dining in the Union:
      • Avesta
      • Chick Fil-A
      • The Corner Store
      • Starbucks
      • Which Wich 
  • Welch Street 1, for limited graduate student project work
  • Welcome Center, Housing tours only, for incoming fall residents
  • Willis Library 
  • Woodhill Building 4 (BSC) (8 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday)