General Resources

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Student Resources

Please click on the title of each card to access the following UNT resources:

The Dean of Students Office fosters the development of leadership, civility, accountability, and responsibility in the University of North Texas student; builds community through service and involvement; and serves as an advocate for all students. This office is dedicated to supporting the UNT student who may need assistance in resolving complex personal and academic matters. We strive to help all students achieve their academic and personal goals and enhance the UNT student experience.

UNT’s Title IX Coordinator is the university official responsible for coordinating the university’s compliance with Title IX, including the university’s grievance procedures for resolving Title IX complaints.

The UNT Police Department is a nationally accredited agency and serves an integral role in campus life as the university's principal provider of safety and security for our faculty, staff, students, and visitors. As established in our Mission Statement, we are dedicated partners in maintaining UNT's legacy as a healthy and enriched educational environment.

CTS consists of two inter-related parts: The Counseling Center and Testing Services. We exist to serve the students and community of UNT in support of the mission of the University. Through our Counseling Center services, we strive to support the academic success and general well-being of UNT students through professional counseling, career counseling, consultation, mental-health screenings, educational programs, and self-help resources as well as a referral services.

The Student Health and Wellness Center is the on-campus medical clinic for UNT students. Our clinic offers treatment for injuries, illnesses, other medical issues with convenient access to on-site laboratory testing, and x-rays. We also offer health education services to keep UNT students healthy, in class, and on the path to graduation and professional success.

The Pride Alliance educates the community through trainings, workshops, and programs that promote awareness, understanding, and inclusion of all genders and sexualities.

UNT welcomes more than 9,000 international students and scholars to North Texas. International Student and Scholar Services is committed to providing top-notch, culturally sensitive services to UNT's international communities. Our staff is here to help you navigate U.S. immigration regulations throughout your time at UNT.

The UNT Financial Aid & Scholarships team is dedicated to assisting students and families throughout the financial aid process. UNT offers financial assistance or merit-based scholarships for qualified students and a variety of other tools that families can use to make higher education possible.
The UNT Survivor Advocate exists to support students who have been impacted by sexual or relational violence, trauma, or harassment, and connects students to resources (counseling, health, safety, academics, legal, and more). The Survivor Advocate can assist a students with filing protective orders, completing crime victim’s compensation applications, contacting professors for incident-related absences, working with housing to facilitate a room change (if needed), and connecting students to the many other resources that are available, both on and off-campus. They are here to help and advocate on students’ behalf.
Denton Police Department, non-emergency 940-349-8181 601 E. Hickory St, suite E, Denton, TX, 76205 Denton PD website
Dallas Police Department, non-emergency 214-744-4444 1400 Botham Jean Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215 Dallas PD website
Fort Worth Police Department, non-emergency  817-392-4222 350 Belknap St, Forth Worth, TX, 76102 Fort Worth PD website
Denton Presbyterian Hospital * 940-898-7000 3000 Interstate 35, Denton, TX, 76201 Denton Presbyterian Hospital website
Medical City Denton * 940-384-3535 3535 S Interstate 35, Denton, TX, 76210 Medical City Denton website
John Peter Smith Hospital * 817-702-3431 1500 S Main St, Fort Worth, TX, 76104 JPS Hospital website
Texas Health Presbyterian; Dallas Safe Suite * 214-345-6789 8200 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX, 75231 Texas Health Dallas website
Denton County Friends of the Family * Crisis Lines: 940-382-7273 or 800-572-4031 see website for details DCFOF website
Hope's Door New Beginning Center * 24-Hour Hotline: 972-276-0057 860 F Avenue, Plano, TX 75074 Hope's Door website
Brighter Tomorrows Inc. * 24-Hour Hotline: 214-941-1991 928 Bluebird Dr, Irving, TX 75061 Brighter Tommorows Inc. website
Mosaic Family Services, Inc. * 24-Hour Hotline: 214-823-4434 12225 Greenville Ave #800, Dallas, TX 75243 Mosaic Family Services website
The Family Place * 24-Hour Hotline: 214-940-1991 P.O. Box 7999, Dallas, TX, 75209 The Family Place website
Women's Center Tarrant County *
24-Hour Hotline: 817-927-2737 1723 Hemphill St, Fort Worth, TX 76110 Women's Center website
SafeHaven of Tarrant County * Hotline: 1-877-701-7233 1010 N Center St, Arlington, TX 76011 Safe Haven TC website

*Confidential Resources are not required to report specific incidents to the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX or any investigating body and may not disclose any information without the permission of the student.