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Activities

Mean Green Sports

For information on tickets or Mean Green sporting events, please visit Mean Green Sports online.

Dining and Food

General Information

Dining Services | Faculty/Staff Meal Plans | Hours of Operation | FAQs | Dining Map

Dining Locations

Avesta Restaurant | University Union, Second Floor | 940-369-8284

Avesta Restaurant in the Union offers upscale yet affordable cuisine in a relaxing, casual atmosphere for UNT and the community. Their made-from-scratch, à la carte menu is created using the freshest ingredients gathered from local and regional sources. 

They accept cash, credit or debit, contactless payment, or Flex.

Bruceteria | 1624 Chestnut St, Denton, TX 76201 | 940-565-4582

Bruceteria is centrally located on the corner of Chestnut and Avenue C and offers a diverse selection of hot entrées as well as healthy vegan and vegetarian options. Be sure to try the rotisserie chicken or hit up the ever-popular pizza and pasta bar (even our pasta is made from scratch). Looking for a fresh gyro or Mediterranean bowl? Bruce has you covered with the Mediterranean Station. Two fresh salad bars and a dessert bar are also on-site. Bruceteria has some of the most elaborate and fun special dinners on campus, like the annual Hogwarts Christmas Dinner.

They accept cash, major credit cards, Flex, Declining Balance, and contactless mobile payment.

Champs | 1379 S Bonnie Brae St, Denton, TX 76207 | 940-565-2999

Located next to Victory Hall and in the heart of Mean Green athletic venues, Champs is especially popular among student-athletes thanks to its focus on sports nutrition. Diners can expect a rotation of fresh grilled and rotisserie specials, as well as high-protein items like the lauded smashed burger. The Fueling Station is stocked with nutritionally-charged items to further help students refuel, refresh, recharge, and rehydrate. Champs also offers fresh salad, fruits, and vegetables, as well as delicious desserts—and bread baked daily at Clark Bakery.

They accept cash, major credit cards, Flex, Declining Balance, and contactless mobile payment.

Eagle Landing | 1416 Maple, Denton, TX 76201 | 940-369-8415

Eagle Landing is unlike any of the existing venues because it offers the best of both worlds -- Dining Halls and Retail Restaurants. Just like in the Dining Halls, they serve up a huge variety of chef-crafted, from-scratch recipes made with fresh, whole ingredients -- and similar to the Retail Restaurants, they offer those great recipes through a familiar, fixed menu you can count on.

With several restaurants open to serve you at Eagle Landing, you'll enjoy plentiful choices every time you visit -- all for one Meal Plan Swipe.

Food Pantry | Crumley Hall - 1621 W. Highland Street Denton, TX 76201 | 940-565-2648

The UNT Food Pantry presented by Kroger is one of the best ways to serve our students, faculty, and staff experiencing food insecurity. They opened our doors in January 2015 in a small closet in the Union. They have moved four times since their early beginnings, growing and developing new ways to meet the needs of our campus members experiencing food insecurity. Current operating hours are on the website.

Donations are accepted at the Food Pantry location in Crumley Hall or The Dean of Students Office in the Union, Suite 409. To have a staff member pick up your items, contact The Dean of Students

Kitchen West | West Hall, 320 N Texas Blvd, Denton, TX 76201 | 940-565-4966

Join Dining Services for lunch or dinner at Kitchen West, the first university dining hall in Texas completely free of the “Big 8” Food Allergens. Free of Allergens, Full of Flavor, now backed by Kitchens With Confidence. Worry-free dining just got better—Kitchen West is now "Certified Free From™️" the Big 8 Allergens AND Gluten by Kitchens With Confidence!

Kitchen West passed a comprehensive review of over 125 specific critical control points in order to receive the "Certified Free From" distinction. 

Mean Greens Café | 902 Avenue C, Denton, TX 76201 | 940-565-2163

Mean Greens Café is a 100% vegan dining hall offering plenty of flavorful menu options that appeal to both dedicated vegans and anyone looking for a healthy and tasty alternative in dining. Located behind Maple Hall, Mean Greens Café offers a cornucopia of flavorful plant-based options—everything from house-made seitan and pizza to made-to-order paninis and fresh desserts. 

They accept cash, major credit cards, Flex, Declining Balance, and contactless mobile payment.

Restaurant Locations

Enjoy quality dining at our convenient Retail Food Shops across campus. There are so many options to satisfy every taste. Whether you're looking to relax and enjoy a meal with friends or just dropping by for a quick snack between classes, all our locations look forward to serving you! All of our Retail locations accept FLEX, Declining Balance, cash, credit cards, and Apple Pay.

Verde Catering | University Union | 940-369-6057

We provide campus-wide services for meetings, parties, and special events. 

  • -To book a room and place a food order at the same time, call 940-565-3804, OR
  • -To place a food order, call 940-369-6057, OR
  • -Go to verdeonline.catertrax.com to place or change your order 24/7.

 

Discounts, Perks

Discounts

Off-Campus

Great Wolf Lodge • Grapevine, Texas

Save up to 30 percent per stay at Great Wolf Lodge

Online

PerksConnect: UNT System has worked with PerksConnect and area businesses to make local and national discounts available to UNT employees.  Please visit PerksConnect to set up your account and start saving today! For additional information, call 877-253-7100  or email info@perksconnect.com

BeneplaceUNT System Enterprise employees can enjoy discounts on computers and electronics, fitness memberships, dining, travel, merchandise, cell phone plans, subscriptions, and much more. 

PerkSpotUNT System Employee perk system for exclusive deals on your favorite brands. 

Parking SpotOffers UNT System Enterprise employees airport parking discounts at DFW and Love Field Airports.

On-Campus

Wear Green! Show your Mean Green Pride and win a T-shirt!  

All UNT Perks can be found here!

General Information and Campus Life

Bookstore • Barnes & Noble | University Union, First Floor | 940-565-2592

At the on-campus Barnes & Noble Bookstore you may rent or purchase textbooks, buy supplies, UNT-themed clothing, accessories, snacks, drinks, and a variety of gifts.

Campus Operator | 940-565-2000

Call the Campus Operator when you need a specific phone number, location, or to contact person for a specific program or department.

Eagle Post | University Union, Room 112 | 940-369-8567

Located on the first floor of the University Union the Eagle Post provides complete mail services including P.O. Boxes, Stamps, Postage and Shipping Services. P.O. Boxes are free to students currently living in the Residence Halls. Boxes may be rented for $35 for 6 months or $70 for a year. Access to your P.O. Box is available during normal Union business hours.

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.

Maintenance - UNT Facilities Services Work Order Request

Have you identified a maintenance issue or safety concern on campus? Report it to Facilities so it can be addressed! To submit a UNT Facilities Services work order request, please log in with your EUID and fill out the online form.

State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC)

The State Employee Charitable Campaign is an annual workplace giving and fundraising initiative authorized by the Texas Legislature. The campaign provides a convenient way for UNT employees to give to many of their favorite charitable organizations. The campaign runs October 1-31 and includes many fun events.

Transportation and Parking | Highland Street Parking Garage Building, 620 Central Ave. | 940-565-3020

UNT Transportation Services can help you pay citations, purchase parking permits, and find more information about shuttle routes and schedules. 

Health and Wellness

ACCESS Mentoring Program | University Union, Suite 376 | 940-565-4198

The ACCESS Mentoring Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to connect with a member of UNT’s faculty or staff as well as a peer mentor. Faculty and staff members who have been at UNT for at least one year are encouraged to be a mentor for new students. Mentors should have knowledge of the university and its resources and be willing to assist new students as they acclimate to our campus and college life. ACCESS Mentoring invites staff representatives from every department to participate; this is an excellent opportunity for UNT students to connect with the campus outside of the classroom and enhance their learning experience. Learn more about the program.

CARE Team | University Union, Suite 409 | 940-565-4373

The Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team has been established (Policy 05.002) to respond to disruptive or potentially threatening behavior and provide resources to those involved. The faculty/staff CARE Team is chaired by a UNT Campus Human Resources representative and is a collaborative, interdisciplinary committee. Members include representatives from:

  • Human Resources
  • UNT Police Department
  • Dean of Students
  • Counseling and Testing Services
  • Office of the Provost

The CARE Team meets regularly to discuss referred employee behavior that may indicate risk to the university community. Emergency CARE Team meetings also may be scheduled.

To refer a student, staff, or faculty to the CARE Team, please go to report.unt.edu. After submitting a report, a UNT staff member will reach out to the student, staff, or faculty within the next business day. A crisis or emergency should be reported to the UNT Police Department by calling 911 or 940-565-3003.

Child and Family Resource Clinic | Matthews Hall Annex | 940-565-2066

The Child and Family Resource Clinic (CFRC) is 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.

College Optical Express | 1800 Chestnut St., Room 101 | 940-565-7441

The College Optical Express is 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. College Optical Express provides a substantial discount for all UNT students, faculty, staff, alumni, and UNT affiliated family members.

Counseling and Human Development Center | 425 S. Welch St., Welch Complex 2 | 940-565-2970

The Counseling and Human Development Center offers individual child and adult, marital, family, group, and career development counseling for students and community members using a sliding fee scale.  

Employee Assistance Program

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.

Psychology Clinic | Terrill Hall, Room 171 | 940-565-2631

The Psychology Clinic at UNT serves as a supervised training facility, providing psychological services such as individual therapy, group therapy, support groups, and psychological evaluations for students and the community on a reduced-cost sliding scale. 

Speech and Hearing Center and Clinic | 907 W. Sycamore St., Room 190 | 940-565-2262

They provide hearing tests and rehabilitation for hearing impairments. They also provide diagnosis and assistance for disorders of voice, articulation, language, and fluency.

Pohl Recreation Center | 940-565-2275

The Pohl Recreation Center promotes a healthier lifestyle and enhances the well-being of our University employees. Whether it's group fitness, working out in the weight/fitness room, or swimming laps, Recreational Sports offers an assortment of fitness and recreational activities for you to choose which are as varied as your personal interests.

Substance Use Resource and Education Center | University Union, Room 376C | 940-565-3177

The Substance Use Resource and Education (SURE) Center promotes a campus-wide approach to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and use of illegal drugs through education, intervention, and resources.

UNT Dental Office | Chestnut Hall, Room 154 | 940-273-2184 | Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The UNT Dental Office is staffed with an experienced team of licensed professionals who aim to provide UNT students, faculty, and staff with the most affordable, high-quality, and convenient dental care available. If you have an emergency or need to make an appointment outside of regular business hours, please call the office, and the Dental Office will do its best to accommodate your schedule. The UNT Dental Office also offers discounted rates for students and payment plan options. 

News

News Releases

Official University announcements, news, and information published by the Division of University Brand Strategy and Communications.

North Texas Daily Newspaper | General Academic Building, Room 119 | 940-565-4265

North Texas Daily is part of student media at the University of North Texas and is the only ongoing source of happenings at the University of North Texas since 1916. North Texas Daily provides information, commentary, and entertainment for UNT and North Texas communities. At North Texas Daily, we strive to promote quality, real-world experience for students within the business and journalism community. North Texas Daily’s mission is to create a professional business atmosphere where students can experience and learn the ethics, challenges, and professionalism of the business community, along with the ideas, tools, and solutions needed to meet the challenges they will encounter in future careers. North Texas Daily is the number one source of information for the student body at the University of North Texas.

Professional Development

Learn Spanish • Aprender Inglés

The President's EDGE program includes English language acquisition and computer skills for any staff member, regardless of their academic or language abilities.  For more information please visit The President's EDGE

Office of Disability Access | Sage Hall, Room 167 | 940-565-4323

Staff with a disability or access need, whether ADA-related or concerned with educational access and accommodations, can reach out to the Office of Disability Access. The office also provides referrals for diagnostic evaluations.

Mediation at UNT

Mediation at UNT is a voluntary process that can help individuals find mutually agreed upon solutions to job-related interpersonal disputes between faculty, administrators, and/or staff. You can request mediation by filling out a request form here. If you have questions about mediation, send an email to mediation@unt.edu.

Problem Solving Concierge | Hurley Administration Building, Room 201 | 940-565-3514

UNT's Problem Solving Concierge helps faculty and staff navigate barriers and makes connections to the university offices and divisions that can help you work toward resolution. 

If you experience organizational, functional or process problems at the university, division or department level that negatively affect the university or your work, you can fill out the form and describe the challenges you're facing.

For more information, email Problem.Solving@unt.edu.

Financial

Student Financial Services | Eagle Student Services Center, Room 105 | 940-565-3225

Student Financial Services is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition, fees, and third-party charges for UNT. They also issue UNT ID cards, administer payment plans, process refunds and issue short-term loans to eligible students. 

Faculty, Staff, and Dependent Scholarship | Eagle Student Services Center, Room 105 | 940-565-3225

The University is committed to promoting development and assisting faculty and staff in pursuing higher education for themselves and their dependents. Please visit the forms page in Student Financial Services to find the form and criteria information for faculty/staff and for faculty/staff dependent.

In general, the total amount of the scholarship includes the Board Designated Tuition (excluding any Graduate Board Authorized Tuition), Differential Tuition, and Mandatory Fees assessed. The recipients must pay all Statutory Tuition (resident or non-resident), any Graduate Board Authorized Tuition, and all academic, instructional, and program fees by the designated due date each semester/session.

SmartDollar

To help our UNT family meet their financial goals, SmartDollar is available at no cost to all full-time faculty and staff. Use your UNT EUID to enroll. You will then receive an email verification request to complete your enrollment. If it doesn’t arrive immediately, please check your spam folders. If you need help remembering your EUID, please visit ams.untsystem.edu and click on “forgot EUID.”

Research, Printing, and IT 

Copy Center: Eagle Images | University Union, Room 221, 940-565-4975 | University Services Building, Room 124, 940-565-2083

We offer copies in all sizes, full color or black and white, three-hole punching, spiral binding, and self-service copying. We can also do specialty printing like glossy photos. We offer student deals regularly. You can find more information at UNT Printing Services.

UNT IT Helpdesk | Sage Hall, Room 330 | 940-565-2324 | helpdesk@unt.edu

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.

Research Computing Services | Hurley Administration Building (varying offices - call to confirm) | 940-369-7428

They strive to provide a robust, dependable High-Performance Computing resource that is attractive for users and enables efficient research throughput tailored for a diverse set of research needs at UNT.

Libraries | Willis Library, Media Library, Eagle Commons, Discovery Park | 940-565-2413

They provide print and media resources, study areas, music library, 24-hour computer lab, copy machines, free workshops and other amenities to facilitate your academic success.

LinkedIn Learning Service and Support

Lynda.com is a leading online learning platform that helps people learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through UNT's LyndaCampus, UNT students and employees have access to the Lynda.com video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.

Printing Services | University Services Building, Room 127 | 940-565-2005

We produce printed materials from design to finish for a fee. We also provide the UNT community a below retail cost advantage for purchasing UNT branded products. You can find more information at UNT Printing Services.

Safety and Security

UNT has created a network of professionals who are committed to a caring program of identification, intervention, and response in an effort to support students, staff, and faculty and provide our community with the greatest level of protection.

The CARE Team is a collaborative interdisciplinary committee of university officials that meets regularly to provide a response to students, staff, and faculty whose behavior could be harmful to themselves or others. Members include representatives from:

  • Dean of Students
  • Counseling and Testing Services
  • UNT Police Department
  • Housing and Residence Life
  • Human Resources
  • Provost's Office

CARE Team referrals can be submitted at https://studentaffairs.unt.edu/care-team. A crisis or emergency should be reported to the UNT Police Department by calling 911 or 940-565-3003.

Clery Act  | 1700 Wilshire St. | 940-565-3000

The “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,” commonly referred to as the “Clery Act,” is a federal law that requires institutions of higher education in the United States to disclose campus security information, including crime statistics for the campus and surrounding areas.

Office of Equal Opportunity | Hurley Administration Building, Room 175 | 940-565-2456

If you have witnessed or experienced sexual harassment or discrimination at UNT, contact the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) for advice or help in filing a complaint. Anyone who is aware of a suspected violation of the policies prohibiting discrimination/harassment is obligated to notify us.  Faculty and staff should report these to their immediate supervisor and OEO.  Students should report violations to the administrative director or chair of the department in which the alleged incident occurred and to us. OEO also has a Title IX Coordinator and ADA Coordinator to ensure UNT’s compliance with specific UNT policies, such as sexual harassment and discrimination.

UNT Police Department | 1700 Wilshire St. | 940-565-3000

The UNT Police Department provides is a full-service department that provides service to the university 24/7/365. They offer a med return, exchange zone and will engrave valuables. In addition, they provide information and assistance with safety concerns. For any questions or concerns, please contact UNT PD. In an emergency, dial or text 9-1-1.

UNT Risk Management | 700 N. Texas Blvd. | 940-565-2109

Risk Management Services' (RMS) programs provide proactive support for the strategic, operational, and financial foundation of the UNT. A safe academic environment is the top priority of the RMS department and staff members. RMS offers a variety of services, from processing incident reports to offering a vast array of trainings. Use these training opportunities to improve yourself and help the UNT campus become more resilient. 

Transportation and Parking Services | 700 N. Texas Blvd. | 940-565-2109

Transportation Services includes parking and transit solutions for the UNT campus. Campus buses are run by partners at Denton County Transportation Authority. During the fall and spring semesters, UNT runs an evening E-ride service until 2 am to get community members between two points on campus. All lots on campus require parking permits. As a UNT staff member, you can purchase an annual permit on the Transportation portal. You or your guest can also purchase daily $5 permits on this portal. Hourly parking is available by using the ParkMobile app to pay by phone in a designated lot (check the app) or in the Highland Street Garage for $2 an hour or $16 per day.

Special Services, Financial

Learn Spanish • Aprender Inglés

The President's EDGE program includes English language acquisition and computer skills for any staff member, regardless of their academic or language abilities.  For more information please visit The President's EDGE

Office of Disability Access | Sage Hall, Room 167 | 940-565-4323

Staff with a disability or access need, whether ADA-related or concerned with educational access and accommodations, can reach out to the Office of Disability Access. The office also provides referrals for diagnostic evaluations.

Mediation at UNT

Mediation at UNT is a voluntary process that can help individuals find mutually agreed upon solutions to job-related interpersonal disputes between faculty, administrators, and/or staff. You can request mediation by filling out a request form here. If you have questions about mediation, send an email to mediation@unt.edu.

Problem Solving Concierge | Hurley Administration Building, Room 201 | 940-565-3514

UNT's Problem Solving Concierge helps faculty and staff navigate barriers and makes connections to the university offices and divisions that can help you work toward resolution. 

If you experience organizational, functional or process problems at the university, division or department level that negatively affect the university or your work, you can fill out the form and describe the challenges you're facing.

For more information email Problem.Solving@unt.edu.

Financial

Student Financial Services | Eagle Student Services Center, Room 105 | 940-565-3225

Student Financial Services is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition, fees and third-party charges for UNT. They also issue UNT ID cards, administer payment plans, process refunds and issue short-term loans to eligible students. 

Faculty, Staff, and Dependent Scholarship | Eagle Student Services Center, Room 105 | 940-565-3225

The University is committed to promoting development and assisting faculty and staff in pursuing higher education for themselves and their dependents. Please visit the forms page in Student Financial Services to find the form and criteria information for faculty/staff and for faculty/staff dependent.

In general, the total amount of the scholarship includes the Board Designated Tuition (excluding any Graduate Board Authorized Tuition), Differential Tuition and Mandatory Fees assessed. The recipients must pay all Statutory Tuition (resident or non-resident), any Graduate Board Authorized Tuition and all academic, instructional and program fees by the designated due date each semester/session.

SmartDollar

To help our UNT family meet their financial goals, SmartDollar is available at no cost to all full-time faculty and staff. Use your UNT EUID to enroll. You will then receive an email verification request to complete your enrollment. If it doesn’t arrive immediately, please check your spam folders. If you need help remembering your EUID, please visit ams.untsystem.edu and click on “forgot EUID.”