Life on campus is a bit easier and more fun when you know about some of the services you can access as an employee or currently-enrolled student. Go for it!
Bookstore • Barnes and Noble
University Union, First Floor | 940-565-2592
Here you may rent or purchase textbooks, buy supplies, UNT-themed clothing and accessories, snacks, drinks and a variety of gifts.
Chestnut Hall, Suite 301 | 940-565-3177 | Recovery@unt.edu
The Collegiate Recovery Program offers peer-driven recovery support for students seeking or in long-term recovery from mental illness, substance use, and/or process addictions. The CRP at UNT utilizes a peer-support model, using the experience of students in recovery to provide support to other students in recovery.
University Union, Room 112 | 940-369-8567
We offer complete U.S. postal services including post office boxes, postage and shipping. You can find more information at UNT Eagle Post.
Crumley Hall • Map • Open to current UNT Students: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday–Thursday and 10 a.m.–5 p.m. on Fridays during the long semesters.
We serve as an accessible on-campus food source for students in need. This resource is provided through the Office of the Dean of Students. Privacy is provided for students upon request. Any current student in need may access the Food Pantry. Students can access the Food Pantry through the back door near the loading docks. Students who visit the food pantry can request to meet with a staff member to discuss any difficulties they may be facing. Referrals to additional campus and/or community resources may be made. Questions regarding the UNT Food Pantry may be emailed to the UNT Dean of Students.
Crumley Hall, Room 128 | 940-565-2610
We assist students with on-campus housing arrangements and provide a wide variety of residence-based educational and developmental programs.
Multicultural Center • UNT Institutional Equity and Diversity
University Union, Room 335 | 940-565-3424 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The center is committed to cultivating a campus environment where people of all identities and experiences can thrive. It fosters the success and awareness of historically underrepresented student populations with an emphasis on disability, ethnicity, gender, interfaith, race and sexual orientation. The center’s programs and activities are developed to increase the awareness, understanding, and intersectionality of the various identities in the UNT community.
Pride Alliance • UNT Institutional Equity and Diversity
University Union, Room 335 | 940-565-2589 | email@example.com
Pride Alliance is a gender and sexuality resource center and a safe and welcoming space for all. The values that drive our work include education, engagement and involvement, student success and leadership development.
University Union, Room 409 | 940-565-2648
We help students find alternatives to withdrawing from UNT. We address possible solutions to financial and academic difficulties.
Spiritual Life • UNT Student Affairs
University Union, Room 367E | 940-565-3288 | SpiritualLife@unt.edu
The Office of Spiritual Life seeks to promote the spiritual development of our students by encouraging thoughtful dialogue, critical thinking, personal reflection, and interfaith awareness. We aim to create a safe and inclusive environment for all students as they reflect on and engage with their beliefs, values, purpose and ways of making meaning.
Highland Street Parking Garage Building, First Floor, 620 Central Ave. | 940-565-3020
Community visitors may valet park 7 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday at the Union Circle in front of the University Union, a block from the CVAD Art Galleries, but check in advance for availability of valet services. To self-park, visitors may use the ParkMobile app or a pay meter in both the ground lot across the street from the UNT Art Gallery at Welch and Mulberry Streets, Lot #55 on the map, or in the Union Parking Garage a block from the CVAD Art Building — O5 on the campus map. Please visit the UNT Transportation website for parking permits and additional information.
Student Health and Wellness Center • UNT Student Affairs
Chestnut Hall, Second Floor, 1800 Chestnut St. | 940-565-2333
The Student Health and Wellness Center is the on-campus medical clinic for UNT students. Our clinic offers treatment for injuries, illnesses, and other medical issues with convenient access to on-site laboratory testing, x-rays, and pharmacy services. We also offer health education services to keep UNT students healthy, in class, and on the path to graduation and professional success.