Current Resources: Academic Services & Testing

Adaptive Computing and Learning Lab

The Sage Hall Adaptive Computing and Learning Lab provides accommodations for students who benefit from specialized technology and is open to all students. This specially fitted adaptive lab provides general services to the UNT community with an emphasis on unique features provided by the University Information Technology Department.

Sage Hall, Room 330 | 940.565.2324 

Honors College

The Honors Program provides enrolled students with specialized programming including, specially designed Honors classes, training in research methods and skills, opportunities to present research at undergraduate conferences, eligibility to live in Honors Hall or Rawlins Hall, free tickets and invitations to special and cultural events, special library privileges, priority registration and assistance in applying for major scholarships. The Honors College is open to undergraduate students pursuing their first Bachelor’s Degree.

Sage Hall, Room 229 | 940.565.3305

The Learning Center

The Learning Center provides a variety programing to enhance learning and facilitate academic excellence for all UNT students. Services include, Academic Coaching, Academic Workshops, Graduate resources and support, Tutoring, TSI, Supplemental Instruction, and more!

Sage Hall, Room 170 | 940.369.7006 

Office of Disability Access

The Office of Disability (ODA) serves as the central campus resource for the University community regarding students with disabilities and accommodations. The ODA works in partnership with faculty and staff to eliminate or minimize barriers in the educational environment and facilitate inclusion on campus by determining reasonable accommodations that will enable every student to have equal access to the full range of UNT programs and services.

Sage Hall, Room 167 | 940.565.4323

Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program

The McNair Scholars Program is a highly competitive program funded by the U.S. Department of Education to prepare university juniors and seniors who are low-income, first generation, and/or underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral education. This rigorous program assists students in the attaining their educational and personal goals through participation in research and other academic/scholarly activities.

Sage Hall, Room 390 | 940.565.3203

Seeking Options and Solutions

One of the primary aspects of the Dean of Students Office is to help students remove barriers that impact their academic progress. Through the Seeking Options and Solutions (SOS) Program, the office assists students, and their families in navigating diverse concerns, as well as identifying resources for personal, academic, and social concerns.

University Union, Room 409 | 940.565.2648

Student Records

The Student Academic Records area of the Registrar's Office handles all matters related to a student’s permanent record at the University of North Texas. This includes official grades, original admissions documentation, grade changes, incomplete grade removals and the posting of transfer credit. In addition a student makes official record changes such as name and social security/student number changes in Student Academic Records.

Eagle Student Services Center 209 | 940.565.2111

Student Support Services 

Student Support Services (SSS) funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is devoted to providing timely, student-centered programming to increase the academic success, retention, and graduation rates of SSS students, by providing a purposeful set of comprehensive services to support the individual students’ academic, personal, and financial needs at UNT. 

General Academic Building, Room 117 | 940.565.4754

Study Abroad

The UNT Study Abroad Office coordinates affiliate, exchange, and faculty led programs for UNT students in collaboration with university colleges, schools, faculty, and staff.

Marquis Hall, Room 145 | 940.565.2207