Cheyenne's Tips for Student Success
What is your favorite place or thing to do on campus? Why?
My favorite place on campus is the Media Library in Chilton Hall. Students can check out movies, video games, board games, card games, and even gaming systems if available. I loved checking out games to play with friends and watching different kinds of movies I would have otherwise not had access to. You have to check it out!
What advice do you have for students at UNT?
Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and get involved in a student organization on campus. UNT has hundreds of student orgs for just about everything you can imagine! It’s a great way to find other students with common interests and even gain some professional experience in your chosen field with pre-professional organizations. You can find all student organizations on campus on the Division of Student Affairs website!
What advice do you have for prospective UNT students?
Stay on top of your myUNT and Eagle Connect email! Getting started can be overwhelming but you have resources at UNT that are here to help you! Through myUNT, you will see anything missing from your student account that the university needs like final transcripts, vaccinations (if applicable), TSI requirements, financial aid notices, and other holds or notices that are important to stay on top of. Your UNT email is your primary method of communication at the university, so all important information will be sent to you there! Find a way to keep on top of your UNT inbox that works for you to make sure you don’t miss anything important!
What is the number one resource you recommend to UNT students?
The Learning Center! The Learning Center offers so many different things from tutoring (including the Math Lab), supplemental instruction sessions, and academic coaching to workshops and events to refine your study skills and other helpful tips to being successful on campus. It is a one-stop shop for so many things supporting you in your academics!
What is your favorite quote?
“What we know matters, but who we are matters more.” – Brené Brown