Image Description: Students participating in spirit and traditions at orientation.
The University of North Texas health teams and executive leadership have been continuously following the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), with a focus on safeguarding the well-being of our students, staff, faculty and community. All orientation sessions for new students admitted for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters will be in an online format.
We have developed a FAQ page for the virtual orientation program (link) to assist you with questions.
All newly admitted students for the Fall 8W2 semester (classes beginning October 19) must attend orientation prior to enrolling in classes. Orientation for Fall 8W2 consists of a welcome session with opportunities to learn about students services, a supplemental online orientation course, and academic advising. Your orientation will take place between Friday, October 9 - Wednesday, October 14, 2020. For more information on the orientation process, click here.
Orientation is your first step in successfully transitioning to UNT. All new undergraduate students are required to attend an orientation session. For freshmen, orientation is a 1-night or 2-night experience designed to help students and families become acclimated to the university. For transfer students, orientation is a 1-day experience with the same goal.
During orientation, you will have the chance to meet with faculty and staff from your respective college or school, new classmates, and current students. Orientation is a time for you to learn about campus resources, receive academic advising in preparation for registering for classes, and learn about UNT's traditions! You will leave orientation with a class schedule for the upcoming semester.
New graduate students can learn more about orientation options by clicking here.
To register for an orientation session, log in at http://my.unt.edu with your EUID and password. Once logged in, click Advising & Orientation, then Register for Orientation. Register early as sessions fill up quickly. If you have questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.