Orientation and Transition Programs is currently recruiting staff mentors for their ACCESS Mentoring Program for UNT students for the 2017-2018 academic year. Their office invites representatives from every department to participate; this is an excellent opportunity for our students to connect with UNT outside of the classroom and enhance their learning experience.
Orientation and Transition Programs Office | 940-565-4198
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Sage Hall, Room 336 | 940-565-4068
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UNT Facilities Services Work Order Request
To submit a UNT Facilities Services work order request, please log in with your EUID and fill out the online form.
Human Resources now offers an electronic off-boarding process to simplify, standardize and improve service for faculty, staff and others who retire, resign or leave UNT employment. For questions regarding the online off-boarding process, contact the UNT Campus Human Resources team by email at AskHR@unt.edu or 940-565-2281.
UNT Information Desk
We provide general assistance regarding location and services provided by various departments.
University Union, Second Floor | 940-565-3805
Lost and Found
If you have lost something, check with the offices in the building where the item was lost.
If the lost item is not there, check at the University Union Information Desk, second level, 940-565-3805.
For valuable items, such as laptops, jewelry and bicycles, contact the UNT Police Department, 940-565-3000.
Mean Green Sports
For information on tickets or Mean Green sporting events, please visit Mean Green Sports online.
Information will be coming in the Fall 2017 term as to how you are able to get involved with this event.
The University Information Technology Help Desk is here to assist you – students, faculty, staff, retirees, alumni and visitors – with fast, professional answers to your computing and information technology questions.
Sage Hall, Room 233 | 940-565-2324 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Health and Wellness
We are a collaborative interdisciplinary committee of University officials that meets regularly to discuss students exhibiting behaviors indicative of high risk. To refer a student to the CARE Team, you can email email@example.com the name of the student and a brief narrative of their behavior. If you are concerned about a student but have not witnessed any distressing or disruptive behavior, please explain your concern in detail. Once we receive a referral we will create a plan for the student and designate a contact person who will handle the situation. For more information about detection of a student in distress, visit UNT CARE.
Hurley Administration Building | 940-565-4373
We are a counseling and training clinic that serves the Denton County community. The CFRC offers to counsel children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families for issues including learning, emotional, and adjustment difficulties. The CFRC's purpose is twofold: to provide professional and responsible services to clients who request them and professional, competent training for graduate students.
Matthews Hall Annex | 940-565-2066
We are the first full-service optometric practice located on any college campus in the state of Texas. Full service means that there is a full-time optometrist on staff to perform exams and an optical store to provide products such as glasses and contact lenses. We provide a substantial discount for all UNT students, faculty, staff, alumni, and UNT affiliated family members. For more information, visit UNT Optical Express.
1800 Chestnut St., Room 101 | 940-369-7441
We offer individual child and adult, marital, family, group, and career development counseling for students and community members using a sliding fee scale.
Welch Complex 2, 425 S. Welch Street, corner of Welch and West Prairie streets | 940-565-2970
The free, confidential, Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to help employees at all locations with family, legal or financial issues, substance abuse or other stressful events. EAP programs are available to retirement-eligible employees, retirees, household members and dependents.
We serve as a supervised training facility and provide psychological services such as individual therapy, group therapy, support groups, and psychological evaluations for students and the community on a reduced cost sliding scale.
Terrill Hall, Room 171 | 940-565-2631
We provide hearing tests and rehabilitation for hearing impairments. We also provide diagnosis and assistance for disorders of voice, articulation, language and fluency.
907 W. Sycamore St., Room 190 | 940-565-2262
We promote a healthier lifestyle to enhance the well-being of our University employees. Whether it's aerobics, working out in our weight/fitness room or swimming laps, we offer an assortment of fitness and recreational activities for you to choose which are as varied as your own personal interests.
Pohl Recreation Center | 940-565-2275
We promote a campus-wide approach to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and use of illegal drugs through education, intervention, and resources. You can find more information at UNT SARC.
University Union, Room 376C | 940-565-3177
If you have an emergency or need to make an appointment outside of regular business hours, please call the office and we will do our best to accommodate your schedule. We also offer discounted rates for students and payment plan options.
Chestnut Hall, Room 154 | 940-273-2184 | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.