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    University of North Texas at Dallas
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

Supervision of Minors


UNT Dallas is a learner centered institution of higher education. To ensure that all student learners receive quality academic instruction, only registered students should be in the classroom. Children, friends, family members, and others who do not appear on the class roster should not be in the classroom. Because UNT Dallas does not provide onsite child care, parents or adult guardians are responsible for supervising and monitoring all activities of their children and children under their care while they are on campus.

The following applies for students who bring children/minors to the UNT Dallas campus:

  • Parents or adult guardians are responsible for any damage caused by children in their care (e.g., cutting, tearing or destroying books, periodicals, equipment or furniture, or otherwise defacing campus property).
  • Children 17 years of age or under must not be left unattended anywhere on the UNT Dallas campus, including the parking lot, computer labs, hallways, library, sport complex or the residence hall. Children under the age of 18 should be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian at all times while on the UNT Dallas campus.
  • An occurrence of an unattended child or children will be reported to University Police.
  • The parent(s) or adult guardian(s) of a child who disrupts campus operations and/or activities may be required to remove the child from the premises.
  • Students required to leave class to attend to a disruptive child may be considered absent from class.