Division ofStudent Affairs

Student Veteran Services

Find us at Sage Hall
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Our Mission

 To build and maintain a community at the University of North Texas with individuals who have served in the US military in hopes of supporting a seamless transition from military life to civilian college life. Our goal is to remove barriers that student veterans face with the transition support. We hope to provide student veterans and dependents connections to resources both on and off campus, and to give recognition to the service members in our UNT community through programs and scholarships.


The Student Veteran Services at UNT aspires to be a national leader in student Veteran participation, success and excellence through the transition from Military to campus life and from campus life to graduation and professional achievement. 



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Whitney Williams

Student Veteran Mentor

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Ruth Tecle

Student Veteran Mentor

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Sean Richter

Student Veteran Mentor


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James Davenport


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Veteran's Spotlight: Kelsey Smith

  Kelsey Smith is currently in his sophomore year at the University of North Texas pursuing a degree in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, he is also the Vice President of the Student Veterans Association.  Kelsey served...

Veteran's FAQs

How can I determine my veteran status? I am enrolled in school. When will I receive my benefits from VA? What if I am receiving Education benefits, am called up, and drop out of school without receiving credit? Are my...

Veteran's Spotlight

CAPT Daniel Robnett Born in Plano, Daniel Robnett graduated from Plano Senior High School in 2000 and went on to enroll at the University of North Texas. He enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve and entered boot camp in October 2001; while...

Using Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance Military Tuition Assistance is a benefit paid to eligible members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. Although each service has their own eligibility requirements, application process, and restrictions...

Student Called to Active Duty

Texas Education Code 54.006 (f) indicates, "Beginning with the summer semester of 1990, if a student withdraws from an institution of higher education because the student is called to active military service, the institution, at the...

Military Discounts

Cell Phone Service Discount All Federal employees are able to get a 15% discount on their personal cell phones by calling their carrier and mentioning the "Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 - Discount to Federal Employees Past...

Veteran Resources

Academics UNT gives you more options than any university in the Dallas-Fort Worth Region, offering 97 bachelor's, 101 master's and 48 doctoral degree programs. We are the largest providers of online courses among Texas public...
Psychological Services for Active Military and Veterans
Health & Wellness
Individual counseling sessions provide a confidential setting where military-affiliated students work with a counselor to address...
SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society
The SALUTE Honor Society recognizes American active military and student veterans who have earned an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or...
UNT Veteran Friendly Campaign
The purpose of this campaign is to increase faculty and staff sensitivity to student veterans and provide training that can enhance...
Veteran's Day
Arts & Entertainment
Veteran's Day is an annual United States holiday observed on November 11. It also commemorates Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day,...