Future Students COVID-19 FAQ

Important Updates

Our priority is to offer both safe in-person and remote classes and services to meet our students’ varying needs.

Visit our Ways to Connect page for information on admissions counseling and virtual events for future students.

Registration for Winter 2020 and Spring 2021 sessions opens between Oct. 19 to Nov. 12, depending on student classification. View our registration guides for more info.

We will communicate any course delivery updates related to Spring 2021 as we know more.

Info for Incoming Freshmen

Info for Incoming Transfer Students

Info for Incoming International Students

Campus Tours

  • I haven’t taken a tour yet. How can I check out the UNT campus?

    In the interest of the health of our campus tour visitors and community members, we are offering limited capacity in-person walking tours and guided virtual tours only at this time. Sign up now! To ensure a small capacity for the in-person tours, the walking portion of the tour will be capped at groups of 10 (including guide). If you would like to speak to one of our student Eagle Ambassadors about student life at UNT, please call 940-565-4104 or send us an email at ambassador@unt.edu.

Orientation

Financial Aid

Registering for Future Classes

Residence Halls, Dining and Parking

Campus Life

  • What campus activities will be available on campus? What will my campus experience be like?

    We know that students who have an on-campus experience as freshmen adjust better to college life and go on to have a successful academic career. While we know that some events and activities may look a little different, we are going to give our students the experiences they are craving. All of our residents will have a robust, meaningful experience this year that will set them up for future success.

    All of our programs and services will be available in a hybrid model this fall – both face-to-face and virtually. All services will remain in place through finals for the fall semester. This is an ever-evolving process, and as new developments emerge, we will make necessary adjustments.

Navigating Your Classes