The Sage Hall Adaptive Computing and learning Lab is a part of the Student Computer Lab and provides accommodations for students who benefit from specialized technology and is open to all students. Appointments are required to use the physical lab, or you can use the CloudLab, a virtual option for accessing most programs available through UNT Computer Lab machines.
Sage Hall, Room 330 | 940.565.2324 | email@example.com
The Honors Program is open to undergraduate students of any major and once accepted we will provide specialized programming for you as part of the program. Some of the benefits of membership in the Honors College include 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. You can find more information at UNT Honors.
Sage Hall, Room 229 | 940.565.3305
For information about the tutoring we provide, see the section on tutoring. In addition to tutoring, we provide multiple academic support services for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Academic Coaching – We will work with you to develop a personalized plan for achieving academic success.
Graduate Resources – We offer a variety of workshops and services to support graduate students and students interested in graduate school.
Academic Workshops – We provide free virtual workshops on topics such as Study Skills and Public Speaking.
Sage Hall, Room 170 | 940.369.7006 | LCcoaching@unt.edu
If you have a disability and need accommodations, consider registering with us. We assist students with ADA-related concerns, educational access, and accommodations. We also provide referrals for diagnostic evaluations. You can find more information at UNT Disability.
Sage Hall, Room 167 | 940.565.4323
ODA Testing Center - Sage Hall, Room 167
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 educational and personal goals through participation in research and other academic/scholarly activities.
Sage Hall, Room 390 | 940.565.3203
We help students find alternatives to withdrawing from UNT. We address possible solutions to financial and academic difficulties.
University Union, Room 409 | 940.565.2648
You can visit us at the Registrar’s office to request transcripts, withdraw from courses, make a grade change, remove an incomplete and check course duplications. You can find more information at UNT Office of the Registrar.
Eagle Student Services Center 209 | 940.565.2111
Student Support Services – UNT TRiO Programs
We offer tutoring in various subject areas, personal and academic counseling, study-skills instruction and career planning for students who qualify for this federally funded program. Students may qualify under First-Generation, Documented Disability or Low-Income Guidelines. You can find more information at UNT SSS.
General Academic Building, Room 113 | 940.565.4754
We provide information on study and travel abroad opportunities for U.S. students. We can also help with providing information for scholarships for study abroad.
Marquis Hall, Room 145 | 940.565.2207