Homecoming is a great time to show your Mean Green spirit as an UNT Department. We love to see Faculty and Staff get involved in celebrating UNT! The opportunities listed below will allow you to join in on some of our Homecoming festivities from the comfort of your own home!
Since quarantine, students have had more time to cook, bake, and try new recipes. We want to take the opportunity to create UNT's first ever Homecoming Cookbook - a space where UNT students, staff, faculty, and alumni can share their favorite quick dishes with the UNT community. Homecoming Crew is looking for quick and easy dishes that students can make, whether they're cooking in a residence hall kitchen or apartment. Submissions will be taken throughout Homecoming Week. A Homecoming Cookbook PDF will be shared with the UNT community after Homecoming is over.
Students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to donate needed toiletries and other hygiene items to Zoie’s Place.
All items must be unopened/in their original packaging and on the list below
Students, faculty, and staff can drop off their donations in person on Friday, November 6th from 8am-12pm. In order to maintain proper social distancing protocol and ensure we have the appropriate amount of staff present, you must reserve a ticket for a time slot using the link below. Please arrive during your 30 minute window of time. Remember to stay socially distanced, and bring your UNT ID. Non-vaccinated individuals are encouraged to wear face-coverings. Only one drop-off time per ID and Ticket.
Zoie's Place is also accepting donations via their Amazon Wishlist. Those who wish to donate but cannot make it to the in-person drop-off are encouraged to purchase items from the wishlist and have them directly shipped to Zoie's Place
Zoie’s Place is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to helping young adults aging out of foster care achieve self-sufficiency. Their mission is to better the lives of youth and young adults who have experienced foster care. Some of their programs include providing housing, weekly classes on life skills, and a mentorship program.