It is impossible for a new transfer student to know all the ins and outs of college life at UNT, so the Transfer Center provides support to all transfer students during their transition period. The Transfer Center’s main goal is to help students connect to important campus resources, ensuring a successful transition to UNT. Transfer students are very important to UNT; each fall, we welcome over 3,500 new transfer students on our campus and our goal is to be a resource to all of them.
The Transfer Center offers various opportunities that promote involvement, including Tau Sigma National Honor Society, Transfer REAL Community, Transfer Programs and Transfer Orientation. Throughout the semester, we host several social and academic events that allow our transfer students to make connections and learn about pertinent departments that will aid in their success.
Please browse through the site for further information on the many resources, services and programs available specifically for transfer students. See Transfer Center dropbox above for other opportunities.
Orientation & Transition Programs
Stovall Hall, Suite 155
Apply to be a Transfer Ambassador! Applications are due Wednesday, March 19 to Stovall, suite 155.
Transfer Ambassadors are student leaders who also transferred from another college or university, so they can easily relate to the challenges that our students may face during their first semester at UNT. Our Transfer Ambassadors provide one-on-one assistance and mentoring to new students. If you ever need guidance, don’t hesitate to reach out to a Transfer Ambassador! You can make an appointment or just walk in to speak with them regarding a variety of topics, including:
- Understanding what courses will transfer to UNT
- Making social connections on campus
- Choosing a major
- Getting involved on campus
To contact a Trans Am, please call 940-369-7287 or email email@example.com.
Meet The Transfer Ambassadors
Our Transfer Ambassadors plan and implement fun events all year long! Each semester we host a number of social, academic and informative events designed to help you meet other students and discover all that your new campus has to offer. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our Facebook page.
Some events that you can look forward to include:
Transfer Kickoff: A kickoff to the semester with a t-shirt tie dye and a free BBQ dinner
Bowling Night: Put on your bowling shoes and enjoy a night of free bowling compliments of the Transfer Center
Transfer Mixers: Come mix and mingle with other transfer students. There is always free food, games and giveaways at our transfer student social
20 Questions with the Career Center: The Transfer Career Peer Advisors share their tips on preparing a resume, interviewing, and the job search
Destination Denton: Hop aboard the bus and take a tour ride to discover the city of Denton
Transfer Talkbacks: We invite all transfer students to give us their feedback on programs, academic and the campus issues that they may face. Participants receive a $5 dining gift card.
Eagle Has Landed: Our Transfer T-shirt Trade is a fun way for new transfer students to embrace Mean Green Pride. Just bring us a shirt from your old college and we will give you a FREE shirt to wear on Mean Green Fridays! Shirts can be traded at any event or in the Transfer Center (Stovall, Suite 155).
Transfer Weekend: Are you planning to attend UNT Preview? If so, you should come to Transfer Weekend! The Transfer Center will be hosting an evening that allows you to have a closer look at UNT with fun events and activities specifically for transfer students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friday, March 1 - Saturday, March 2, 2013
The Transfer Center invites prospective transfer students to participate in Transfer Weekend, an event on Friday, March 1, leading into UNT Preview on Saturday, March 2. Transfer Weekend is designed to give UNT Preview attendees a closer, in-depth look at the transfer services offered at UNT. Students will be able to get advice from current transfer students, learn about the transfer process and gain insight into programs and services specifically for transfer students at UNT. Please fill out the application to register for Transfer Weekend on Friday, March 1.
Transfer Weekend is free for all prospective students, and dinner on Friday night is included in your registration. Although this event is in conjunction with UNT Preview on March 2nd, a separate registration is required for Preview. You can register for UNT Preview Day here: http://untpreview.unt.edu/.
If you have any questions or would like more information about Transfer Weekend, please contact the Transfer Center at (940) 369-7287 or at email@example.com.