The University of North Texas considers a non-traditional student to be an undergraduate who has two or more of the following characteristics:
The non-trad student population at UNT is as diverse as it gets. They are veterans, married couples, single parents, grandparents, distance learners, first time students and second chance opportunists. If you did not graduate high school in the last few years, chances are, you are a non-traditional student.
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Union of Non-Trad Students' members are non-traditional students who advocate for programs, resources, and access to services that can help all non-traditional students succeed academically, socially, and professionally. To become a part of this organization, sign up HERE.
Coming to college for the first time, or returning after some time away, can be a very intimidating and scary idea for students. Trying to navigate the campus, knowing who to talk to about certain resources UNT provides, and getting into the groove of things in the classroom may seem stressful, and may take a bit of time for some. We have a Non-Traditional Student Representative to help you throughout your experience here at UNT, whether you’re new and adjusting to life at UNT or counting down the days until graduation. This person, who is also a fellow non-traditional student, is available to answer any questions you may have or confide in about any issues you might be facing as a non-traditional student at UNT. If you would like to speak with the Non-Trad Rep, please email them at NonTradRep@unt.edu or call (940) 565-3807.