November 2016 DSA Newsletter
SECC Coffee Break
Thank you to everyone who stopped by for the Division of Student Affairs coffee break benefiting the SECC!
Dining Services Survey
Dining Services is conducting a major survey from October 21 to November 23. Provide your feedback and you could win $100 FLEX Dollars. See the UNT administrative email sent on October 21 for more details and a link. The survey is totally confidential. Please pass this on to everyone you know. Your opinion is very important. Thank you in advance for your time and feedback. If you have any questions, contact Dining Services at 940-565-2462.
Breast Cancer Awareness
DSA Staff wearing pink to raise breast cancer awareness on October 18. Thank you for all that you do!
Student Organization Advisors
Join us at our Advisor Workshop on Wednesday, November 30th at 4 p.m. in Sage 356! We will discuss the ins and outs of being a student organization advisor and hear from other current student organization advisors as they share tips and tricks to being a successful and resourceful advisor. For more information about this workshop contact Kally Jorgensen.
Student Activities is looking for full-time faculty and staff members to serve as student organization advisors! This is a great opportunity to provide a mentoring experience to student leaders and make a difference at UNT and in individual student lives. If you are interested, please fill out the Volunteer to be a Student Organization Advisor form.
Rec Sports semester memberships are now half priced! At $45 ($0.80/day) it's the perfect time to explore all the ways we can help you stay active, healthy, and happy.
Group Exercise semester passes are also half priced, giving you access to any and all of the 50+ classes we offer a week.
Want one-on-one instruction? We offer personal training sessions and private swim instruction that you can schedule at your convenience. Both are provided by certified instructors that can help you learn a new skill or craft a personalized workout to meet your needs.
The month of November is full of other opportunities beyond just working out as well, including 12 free events for members that include Moonlight Yoga, Splash Basketball, and even a Stargazing Clinic!
Come be a part of the Rec Sports family. Stop by the Pohl Recreation Center, visit our website, or talk with our staff at the Member Services desk by calling 940-369-8347 for more information.
UNT Homecoming 2016
Homecoming is less than a week away! Join us from October 31st – November 5th as we celebrate all that is Mean Green. The theme is “Mean Green Eaglempics” and encouraging students, staff, and faculty to celebrate the ideas of Unity, Diversity, Pride, and Sports. From the Homecoming Picnic to the Parade, we hope that your department engages in Mean Green Spirit this Homecoming season!
Monday, October 31st
Homecoming Picnic & Eaglempics Opening Ceremony
Time: from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Library Mall (Union 314 if rain)
Description: Celebrate the start of Homecoming week with food, activities and giveaways. BBQ will be served. Free with valid UNT ID. Come out and enjoy food and fun with the UNT community and celebrate the start of the Mean Green Eaglempics!
Tuesday, November 1st
Homecoming Spirit Day
Time: 11:00AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Library Mall (Union 314 if rain)
Description: Spirit Day is all about showing your Mean Green Spirit! Event will include music, activities, and entertainment from various UNT organizations!
Friday, November 4th
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Apogee Stadium
Description: The Homecoming Bonfire has been a tradition for over 50 years! Entirely built by UNT Talons, it is our final Pep Rally of homecoming week.
Saturday, November 5th
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Starts at Highland Street
Description: Come enjoy the annual Homecoming parade which will include participants from the UNT and Denton Communities. Go here to view our new parade route for 2016!
Throughout Homecoming Week several departments will be decorating their offices with Mean Green Spirit. Take a tour around campus and enjoy their hard work!
If you advise a student organization, please encourage them to attend our Homecoming Events. You can see the rest of the event schedule by visiting our website. If you have any questions regarding homecoming, please contact email@example.com.
Career Center - Upcoming Events
Please encourage students to attend! For more information about our events, please visit our website
Free professional clothing and accessories for UNT Students!
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Risk Management and Insurance Fair
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Government/Non-Profit and Criminal Justice Fair
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Union 314 Ballroom
North Texas Xpress Bus Service
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA) and the Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA) have started a new bus service that connects Fort Worth and Denton with stops in Alliance.
If you have ever need a convenient, reliable way to travel between the three, the NTX makes round trips daily between 5:15 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays. There is currently no service on weekends or holidays.
For more information and a schedule of stops, please visit the DCTA website.
New Advertising Platform Released for UNT Student Entrepreneurs
UNT SGA Releases the Green Pages, a resource for student entrepreneurs and students seeking services
Look no further, the UNT Student Government Association is proud to announce the launch of the Green Pages – the campus directory for student entrepreneurs! The Green Pages is a resource that will enable student musicians, hair stylists, artists, carpenters, fashion designers, photographers, or other entrepreneurs to advertise their skills to students and the UNT community to grow their brand and make new connections at UNT.
“Too many UNT students have talents or skills that go unnoticed by people outside of their friend group. As a growing university full of business-minded innovative students, I felt that a resource for students to advertise and locate UNT student entrepreneurs was lacking on our campus. With limited opportunity to advertise on campus due to various regulations, the Green Pages was made to fill the gap,” SGA Director of Campus Outreach Andrea Masamba, said.
While only Students can be featured on the Green Pages, Students, Faculty and Staff may use this resource to find contacts to student entrepreneurs by searching “UNT Green Pages” on Facebook to join the group or by using this link to instantly visit the page. To advertise a business, students must submit a brief application on OrgSync to provide information about their business.
Current listings on the Green Pages include a car detailer, a photographer, and a website created to promote artists in the Denton community, (www.dentongallery.com) with several applications to follow following an enrollment and eligibility check to ensure that all posts on the Green Pages are currently enrolled UNT students.
For more information on who is eligible to be featured on the Green Pages, the quality of services listed on the Green Pages, and student guidance when using this resource please refer to the Green Pages FAQ and Green Pages Liability document located in the “Files” category on the Green Pages.
Disclaimer: UNT shall not be responsible for the actions of the students, faculty or staff participating in the SGA Green Pages. SGA does not recommend nor endorse any student business listed on this page, nor does SGA guarantee the quality of services rendered. Customers and businesses are strongly encouraged to use common sense when connecting with each other.
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