Students standing at game holding the "claw"

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Transition Programs are designed to provide students with continued support and resources by creating intentional programs that are specific to each class. Programs are tailored to connect students to their specific needed and interests by providing individual and cohort attention. Visit your classification page to stay up to date on programs and information specifically for your classification.

We are so excited to have you on our campus! We’re here to make your transition at UNT a successful one. Visit your classification page to stay up to date on programs and information specifically for your classification. 

Transition Programs Terms

Class Cause

Each year the incoming Freshman Class selects a cause to support throughout their four years at UNT. This is an opportunity for students to fundraise, volunteer, and advocate for their cause. The purpose of this program is to help connect students to their classmates as well as give back to the community.

Class Pin

Each year students have the opportunity to earn their class pin. Students collect their pins from each year and wear them at graduation. To earn your class pin: 

  1. Self Enroll in the Transition Programs Canvas Course using the button below. 
  2. Click on your classification and you'll find instructions to submit your Class Pin activities. 
  3. You need 50 points to earn you Class Pin 
  4. You can pick up your pin from the Orientation and Transition Programs Office in Union 377

Transition Programs Canvas Course