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Student Affairs

Multicultural Center

The UNT Multicultural Center was established with the goal that it would be a place where students and community members could experience the cultural wealth of the University, with a central purpose to teach diversity through student engagement and promote student success. The Multicultural Center provides resources, information, educational opportunities, and events that build inclusion focusing on five areas of diversity: race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, interfaith, and disability. 

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Located in Stovall Hall 122

Student Government Association

Student Government Association is the official voice of the student body. As an organization, we are here to make the student voice heard. With the combined effort of the students, administration, Executive Board, Student Senate, Supreme Court and the freshmen interns, we work to vocalize the concerns of the students in our university community. As the official representation of the student body, we work constantly to improve the collegiate experience.

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Located in Stovall Hall 170
 

Student Activities

Student Activities promotes a sense of community and loyalty to the University, while serving to enhance the social, intellectual and developmental growth of students as individuals or as members of organizations. By engaging members of the University community in collaborative efforts, Student Activities nurtures citizenship, leadership, and community, while striving to assist in the holistic development of students.

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Located in Stovall Hall 177

Orientation and Transition Programs

The University of North Texas is focused on the retention and overall success of our students. Through Orientation and Transition Programs, resources and services are provided to help you establish and attain your educational goals. Beginning with your first year, our office serves as a central location to help you connect with your peers, faculty, staff, and parents. These connections can help guide and direct you through your experiences at UNT.

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Located in Stovall Hall 155

Dean of Students

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.

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Located in Stovall Hall 153

Student Legal Services

Student Legal Services offers a wide variety of legal guidance. The goal of this office is to counsel, advise, and represent University of North Texas students. Student Legal Services may write letters, draft legal documents, represent students, arrange for mediation or otherwise attempt to resolve legal problems. While general advice may be available, Student Legal Services does not represent students in criminal matters (including traffic tickets).

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Located in STUB 134

Center for Leadership and Service

The Center for Leadership & Service provides collaborative programs to better serve students, the campus, and the community. Opportunities and events exist to develop students to become engaged leaders in the global community. Service programs include Alternative Spring Break, Adopt-a-Block, Big Event, and Make a Difference Day. Additionally, the Center offers leadership programs, such as UNT’s LeaderShape® Institute, All for NT/NT for All Conference, Emerging Leader Summit, and Certified Leadership Series. 

Phone: 940.565.3021
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Located in STUB 175

Greek Life

Since 1952, the University of North Texas Greek community has been a viable and integral part of campus life. With four councils consisting of 41 fraternities and sororities, our Greek community offers a unique and lifelong involvement experience. Membership in a Greek organization can be one of the most significant experiences for a college student. The value of Greek Life for students who choose to participate is the melding of almost every segment of the campus community into one cohesive program. Greek Life promotes the experience of self-governance, leadership development, academic achievement, community service, social opportunities and friendship.

The Greek Life office will be located in STUB Room (TBA) until the permanent Greek Life Center is completed. 

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Phone: 940.369.8463
Located in Stovall Hall 170


Discovery Park

The University of North Texas Discovery Park (formerly known as the UNT Research Park) preserves and protects the intellectual property assets of the University, licensing technology developed by its faculty and innovators and offers an integrated university campus environment for start-up companies to grow from a concept to commercialization. Discovery Park is north of campus off of Bonnie Brae and North Elm Street.

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