UNT's top priority is the health and safety of our current and future students. As we all continue to adjust our lives in response to COVID-19, we are committed to supporting you academically and socially as you take the next steps toward your UNT education.

To help our future students and their families stay on track for joining the Mean Green family, we have established a number of ways to connect with you for questions about UNT admissions.

Face-to-face Appointments

In-person admissions counseling has resumed. Visit us on the 3rd floor of the Eagle Student Services Center during regular business hours, call us at 940-565-2681, or visit our website and request an appointment via Live Chat.

Zoom Meetings

If you prefer a more in-depth remote meeting with UNT Admissions, our admissions team can meet with you via Zoom, which will allow you to share screens to help answer questions regarding application status or what you may need to complete your application.

  • Undergraduate students: To set a meeting with an Admissions Counselor at your earliest convenience, please click here or email us at undergrad@unt.edu to make an appointment.
  • Graduate students: Graduate admissions counselors can provide a Zoom link to you and share screens to help answer questions regarding the application process, advanced degree options or other general university information. Click here to schedule a meeting, or  email us at gograd@unt.edu to make an appointment.
  • International students: For general advising inquiries, contact us at internationaladvising@unt.edu or click here to schedule an appointment for Virtual Advising via Zoom. Students and scholars will be connected with a UNT Immigration Advisor. If there are multiple students and scholars in the queue, you will be placed directly into a waiting room.
  • For a meeting with a current student to ask questions about life at UNT: Email ambassador@unt.edu or call 940-565-4104.


Call us anytime! If we are unavailable at the time of your call, we will return your call within four business days.

Virtual Events for Incoming Freshmen

UNT at Frisco Project Design and Analysis Info Sessions

Learn more about this exciting new three-year degree that will provide you with real work experience through internships and project-based learning alongside our community and corporate partners. There are several Info Sessions to choose from! Once you register, you will receive a Zoom link to participate online. Register for UNT at Frisco Project Design and Analysis Info Sessions.

Virtual Events for Transfer Students

Transfer Debut

We’ve taken this traditionally on-campus event and made it an accessible and worthwhile experience for transfer students! Not only can you connect with an admissions counselor about the application process and how your credits will transfer, you’ll be entered in a scholarship drawing where two lucky students at each of these events will be named a winner! See Transfer Debut virtual event dates. Transfer Debut events are held for students interested in attending UNT in Denton and also UNT at Frisco.

Virtual Events for Graduate Students

Questions for Graduate Admissions

If you have already submitted an application and have questions about the status, you can view your status in the application portal at my.unt.edu, or you can email us at gograd@unt.edu. Prospective students can also email us at gograd@unt.edu to learn about degree options and the application process.

Graduate Academic Advising

Our graduate academic advisors are available to help you stay on track to earning an advanced degree. They can answer questions about degree plan options, admission criteria and other specific program details. Feel free to email them directly to set up a phone call or virtual meeting.

College Contact Information

To connect with the recruitment team member and learn more about a specific college, go to:

Toulouse Graduate School


College of Education


College of Engineering

Contact Online

College of Health and Public Service


College of Information


College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences


College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism


College of Science


College of Visual Arts and Design


Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism


G. Brint Ryan College of Business


Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science


University Libraries