UNT gives you more options than any university in the Dallas-Fort Worth Region, offering 97 bachelor's, 101 master's and 48 doctoral degree programs. We are the largest providers of online courses among Texas public universities and offer a custom Bachelor Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS) degree that can give you credit for military training courses and previous college courses you have taken, putting you on the fast track to a bachelor's degree. For more information about the bachelor of applied Arts & Sciences Programs click here.For connection to all academic resources for students click here.
GI Bill: How Do I Get Started?
The University of North Texas has several resources for military personnel who need information about benefits and programs. For more information, about all of the veterans support services at UNT, please visit http://essc.unt.edu/registrar/veterans/html.
The Veteran's Program Office, located at Sage Hall, Suite 236 handles Montgomery GI Bill educational benefits.
The Writing Center is located on the 1st floor of Sage Hall (Room 150) and also is open in Willis 250C for walk-ins from 5-9PM Sunday through Thursday. Hours of operation are included below.
Sage 150 Hours of Operation
|Monday--Thursday||9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (walk-ins only from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.)|
|Friday||9 a.m. to 3 p.m.|
Willis Library Forum (Room 250C) Hours of Operation
|Sunday--Thursday||5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (walk-ins only)|
Online Appointments (must schedule 24 hours in advance)
Follow the instructions here to set up an online appointment.
|Monday--Thursday||9 a.m. to 9 p.m.|
|Friday||9 a.m. to 3 p.m.|
The Learning Center was created to supplement and support academic excellence and life-long learning. A wide range of individual and group programs and resources are provided to maximize the academic potential of all University of North Texas students. Almost all Learning Center programs are FREE and include online and in-person options for academic coaching and tutoring, in addition to the Supplemental Instruction program, speed reading classes, GRE workshops, other graduate exam prep resources, Learning 101 workshops, and an academic resource library with many common textbooks and graduate exam study materials. Visit LearningCenter.unt.edu or stop by their office in Sage Hall for more information.
The Office of Disability Access can assist with adaptive strategies and academic accommodations if you qualify for disability accommodations. For more information, visit the office in Sage Hall, Suite 167.
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