Graduate Student Orientation
Congratulations on your acceptance to graduate school at the University of North Texas (UNT)!
After being accepted, you’ll want to attend a graduate student orientation. Although not required, you’ll learn about UNT, your program and resources available to you, among other things. You’ll also need to check with your department, as they usually have a required departmental orientation.
If you're a new Teaching Assistant or Teaching Fellow, you should attend the Teaching Excellence Seminar.
In addition, international students are required to attend orientation through UNT-International. Review items that will be covered by the UNT-International Welcome Center.
New Graduate Student Orientation Sessions:
|Orientation Session||August 20||August 22||August 28|
|Check-In||5:30pm - 6:00pm||9:00am - 9:30am||5:30pm - 6:00pm|
|Orientation||6:00pm - 8:30pm||9:30am - 12:00pm||6:00pm - 8:30pm|
|Location||Eagle Student Services Center 255||Eagle Student Services Center 255||Eagle Student Services Center 255|
|Registration||Registration Full||Registration Full||Register for August 28th|
The orientation program will include:
- Welcome to UNT from the Toulouse Graduate School dean
- Student rights and responsibilities for graduate students
- Student resources:
- Computing Center
- Health Center
- Learning Center
- Professional Development Workshops
- Writing/stats support
- Blackboard support
- Student experience:
- Parking tips
- Rec center
- Night life
- Multicultural Center
- Campus events
- Graduate Student Council
- Networking with other graduate students
- Financial aid and registration support
Be sure to get your UNT student ID card. More information on where to get ID card here.