Student Services

Career Center

Chestnut Hall 103, 940-565-2105
Assists students and alumni find jobs and internships. Career advisors and employment resources available to individuals of all majors and educational levels with regards to resume writing, interview tips, job search strategies and career advising.

Center for Student Rights & Responsibilities

Dean of Students, Union 409, 940-565-2039
Provides education to the campus community on student rights and responsibilities, referrals for violations of Student Code of Conduct, mandatory psychological or medical withdrawals, ethics and civility issues training, student reinstatements and arrest clearances.

Counseling & Testing Services

Chestnut 311, 940-565-2741
Provides free confidential, professional, short-term (8 sessions per academic year) psychological counseling to currently enrolled students.  Also has a national testing center and computer-based testing site for the GRE, GMAT, TOEFL and CLEP.  The computer based testing is located in the Gateway Center 140, 940-565-2735 and available Tuesday through Friday.

Dean of Students

Sage 110, 940-565-2648
Provides student absence notification, service and civic learning opportunities, hardship withdrawals, student deaths; oversees Seeking Options and Solutions Program, Greek Life, Student Legal Services, Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities, Substance Abuse Resource Center, Center for Leadership and Service, the CARE team.

Health and Wellness Center

Chestnut Hall, 940-565-2333
Offers medical care and health education services like flu shots and discounted massage therapy for currently enrolled students. Call or go online to schedule an appointment.   

Housing & Residence Life

Crumley Hall 128, 940-565-2610
Assists students with on-campus housing arrangements.  Provides a wide variety of residence-based educational and developmental programs.

International Student Programs/UNT-International

Marquis Hall 105, 940-565-2197
Assists with international admissions, provides intensive English proficiency programs, orientation, advising, social and cultural activities for international students.

Money Management Center

Chestnut Hall 313, 940-369-7761
Offers financial planning assistance and advisement to students.

Multicultural Center

Union 335, 940-369-3424
Provides resources, information, educational opportunities, and events that build inclusion focusing on five areas of diversity: race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, interfaith, and disability.

Office of Disability Access

Sage 167, 940-565-4323
If you have a physical or learning disability and need accommodations, consider registering with the Office of Disability Access. They assist students with ADA-related concerns, educational access, and accommodations.  They also provide referrals for diagnostic evaluations.

Pride Alliance

Union Room 372, 940-565-2589
Pride Alliance is a unique facility that serves UNT's LGBT+ and Ally community and offers education, community outreach, meeting space, programming, and serves as a central gathering place for all students, faculty, and staff.

Psychology Clinic

Terrill Hall 171, 940-565-2631
Provides psychological services such as counseling, testing, and biofeedback for UNT students and the community.

Seeking Options & Solutions (SOS)

Dean of Students Office, Union 409, 940-565-2648
Helps students find alternatives to withdrawing from UNT.  Possible solutions to financial and academic difficulties are addressed.

Sexual Harassment/Discrimination Concerns:

  • By students or student organizations: Contact the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities (See Dean of Students, Union 409, 940-565-2039).
  • By faculty, staff, or visitors: contact Equal Opportunity (Hurley Administration Building 175, 940-565-2456).

Student Financial Aid & Scholarships

Eagle Student Services Center 228, 940-565-2302
Processes applications and awards of federal and state financial aid, loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs.

Student Legal Services

Union 144, 940-565-2614
Provides mediation services by assisting students in resolving disputes before they reach a level requiring official academic or disciplinary action. Provides free legal advice to students for civil/consumer complaints.

Substance Abuse Resource Center

Health and Wellness Center, Chestnut Hall 301, 940-565-2787
Promotes a campus-wide approach to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and the use of illegal drugs through education, intervention and resources.

Veteran’s Center

GAB 119, 940-369-8021
Serves as a safe place to help student veterans navigate the university resources for academic success.  Able to assist students dealing with funding (GI Bill, Hazelwood Act) as well as transferability.