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.
The Advising Services office is a centralized advising team committed to helping undecided students choose their majors at UNT.
The Office of Disability Access collaborates with students and faculty to determine and provide academic accommodations to reduce disability-related barriers and ensure educational success.
The Math Lab is a free walk-in tutoring service. Math Lab tutors help students work through math problems, check the approach and provide strategies and encouragement.
Whether students need help with writing an essay or seek edits to a cover letter, The Writing Center is here to help students at all writing levels and at every writing stage.
The Seeking Options and Solutions Program assists students and their support system or family members in navigating diverse concerns, as well as identifying resources for personal, academic and social concerns.
The RISE (Recovery and Intervention Support and Education) Center is a student support office that provides resources for students seeking information about substance use and mental health recovery.
Considering withdrawing from the university? A Dean of Students team member will meet with every student to discuss options prior to withdrawing and share resources that may help students decide to stay enrolled at UNT.
TRIO programs at the University of North Texas are integrated into the Division of Student Affairs and are federal outreach programs designed to help students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to education.
Early Start is a 5-week summer residential program that offers newly admitted first-year students an opportunity to earn up to six hours of graded credit before the fall semester begins, with many other perks.
The UNT Male Alliance for a Rigorous, Transformative and Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning (MARTIAL) is a living learning community of young men who share an interest in pursuing academic success while at the University of North Texas.
The Adaptive and Learning Lab provides technology accommodations for students who may require, or otherwise benefit from specialized technology and is open to all students.
The Computer-Based Testing Center is available for courses that require computerized testing in support of distance, hybrid or in person classes.
The nation's first early college entrance residential program for gifted high school aged students.
Assisting undergraduate and graduate students in identifying and pursuing externally funded research and study opportunities.
Our goal is to remove barriers that student veterans face with transition support.
Career Connect works with UNT faculty, staff and community partners to enhance, assess and showcase UNT students' marketable skills.
The Information Technology Help Desk is here to provide technical support with timely, professional answers to your computing and information technology questions.
The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state law that requires all Texas public education institutions to determine college readiness in reading, writing and math for all degree-seeking undergraduates both on-campus and online.
The College of Applied and Collaborative Studies is ready to help students finish their degree so they can enter the professional world prepared to be a leader in their career. If you are starting college for the first time, our cohort-based Project Design and Analysis program can provide you with the foundation to excel in any career.
The University of North Texas and the Greater Texas Foundation established High School Career Connect to provide future career advice, postsecondary planning and workforce trends to assist eighth graders choose endorsements and high school students select college majors.