The following section includes some of the many services provided to students from Student Affairs. For more information, call (972) 338-1775 or e-mail: StudentAffairs@unt.edu.
The Office of Disability Services provides numerous services to students with all types of physical and learning disabilities, including testing space and auxiliary space. Students with questions or concerns, and those wishing to request an accommodation should call Rosemary Meredith, Disability Services Coordinator, at 972-338-1775, TTY access: 888-937-9291
First Year Seminars
A course offered to first year students to teach them the ins and outs of becoming successful UNT Dallas students and connect them with other new students as well as faculty and staff through a shared academic experience.
An array of student clubs and organizations offer UNT Dallas students friendships with people of similar and varied interests and avenues for organized and meaningful service. Included are national honor societies, national professional societies, departmental clubs, and special focus groups. Enjoy your student experience at UNT Dallas by joining or starting a group of like-minded class-mates. For information, call Student Affairs at (972) 338-1775.
Area organizations come to UNT Dallas to find qualified and motivated employees for all types of employment opportunities each semester coordinated by Career Services.
Career Services offers a variety of career advising, major decision, and job search services, computerized programs, workshops, in-class assignments, career assessments, and graduate school planning/guidance. Career Services assist students with using social media for the job search and how to create an academic and career portfolio. Career Services provides a variety of employment opportunities - full-time and part-time employment opportunities, and internships and volunteer experiences off campus to currently enrolled students and alumni. For information, call 972-338-1775 or email StudentAffairs@unt.edu.
The Office of Wellness Services maintains strict confidentiality of records and counseling relationships. No information disclosed in a counseling relationship is shared with anyone inside or outside the University unless provided by law.
Student Advocacy is available through Student Affairs. Students may come discuss issues with staff and receive referrals to campus/ community resources for a number of concerns, including: Academic and other adjustment problems ; Test anxiety ; Career indecision; Romantic or other relationship problems; Grief related to the loss of family member or friend; Stress; Family conflict; Major-life changes; Depression; Thoughts of suicide; Hopelessness; Anxiety; Alcohol and drug problems.
Contact Student Affairs for more information.