*UNT at Frisco Hall Park is closed until further notice. UNT at Frisco is serving students remotely. Please stay connected. Speak to a staff member 8am-10pm by phone: 972-668-7100 or Live Chat with us on the Home Page*

*For the most recent response from UNT at Frisco please click here (PDF).*


Summer Tuition Relief

The current global crisis has negatively impacted our students’ finances, and every effort is being made to provide them with relief. As a result, UNT will not be charging students for some mandatory fees for summer sessions that support services delivered on the campus, including waiver of the Recreational Facility Fee, Student Union Fee, Medical Services Fee, Transportation Fee and Athletics Fee due to the COVID-19 health crisis. 

Students can take advantage of this opportunity to save money and stay on track to graduate on time. Student Financial Services can provide additional information by email at, online chat at or phone at 940-565-3225.


Stay Connected

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, UNT at Frisco is working to keep everyone up to date on how we will proceed for the duration of the semester.


We Are Here for You

Thank you for your patience as our faculty and staff have worked to create a plan to shift your instruction for the remainder of the semester. Your health and safety are our top priority, and in order to ensure your academic experience remains of the highest quality, it was important that we take this time to prepare. In addition, we will be publishing information related to New College and the regional campus sites at Hall Park, Inspire Park and the CHEC at the following web site .

We are here for any questions or concerns you may have. You can speak to a staff member at (972) 668-7100 or through our live chat feature located on the right-hand side of the webpage.  A staff member will be available 8a.m.-10p.m.  Monday- Saturday


How Will COVID-19 Affect New College? Please See the Recent Letter From Dean Randall here (PDF).

All of the courses offered by New College will move to online delivery. In most cases, your faculty will be using Canvas and/or ZOOM to provide you as rich a learning experience as possible. For Applied Arts and Sciences majors, your BAAS 3000, 3020, or 4100 courses were already in an online format using Canvas or had Canvas as an integral part of the hybrid courses. Therefore, those have been continuing on schedule as online courses. There are also a number of tools that you will find on .


How Will COVID-19 Affect Registration?

UNT is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community. We will continue to provide high-quality instruction so that you can succeed, progress, and achieve your academic goals. In the meantime, we also look forward to helping you register for summer and fall classes! We are doing phone and Zoom appointments, so please call to set up your advising appointment at the same number.

Due to the COVID-19 Corona Virus, we have decided to move all face-to-face appointments to phone/virtual appointments. Once you have signed up for an appointment our advisor will send you a virtual zoom meeting invitation. Sign up for your advising appointment over the phone ((972) 668-7100) or online


Other Available Resources

Learning online can be a lot like working remotely. Here is an article with great tips on time management and productivity: . For more information on how to transition into online classes please visit:


Don’t forget! As a UNT student, you have access to LinkedIn learning: .

You can learn more about UNT’s response to COVID-19 at . The website is updated regularly with the latest information.