UNT Provost, Dr. Jennifer Cowley

Dr. Jennifer Cowley, UNT Provost

Fall Back to School Letter

Dear Faculty and Academic Staff,

The first day of the semester is such a joy as we watch our students meet our faculty and staff and learn their way across campus. While we are doing everything we can to provide typical experiences for our students, it is important that we all choose to wear face coverings when we are inside campus buildings. For those teaching an in-person class, I’m asking that you show the First Day of Class video... Read more

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Welcome to the Provost's Office

The Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is responsible for UNT's academic mission, including teaching and service. The provost's office provides leadership in the development and supervision of the university's academic programs and curriculum in conjunction with the deans and faculty representatives. Additionally, the provost's office collaborates with the Office of Research and Economic Development in promoting faculty and student scholarship.

 

UNT's Hispanic Serving Institute (HSI) Initiative

As a caring and creative community that prepares students for careers in a rapidly changing world, UNT is committed to serving underrepresented and underserved communities. As a university located in the increasingly diverse region of North Texas, we believe its critically important to expand its resources to serve as a welcoming institution for everyone, and especially for this targeted population who is become a larger part of our student body. Learn more about UNT's HSI Task Force

 

Return to Learn at UNT

The Return to Learn initiative is a transparent academic plan for how we seek to mitigate known and anticipated impacts of COVID-19. This plan is built by starting with the question of “How Can We.” How can we operate to maximally advance the intellectual development of our students and support their success? How can we operate in ways that support our goal of advancing as a research university? How can we continue to demonstrate that we are a creative and caring community? Learn more about the Return to Learn initiative.