Official UNT System Updates

As you enjoy the winter break this year, please keep in mind the CDC-recommended public health strategies, including wearing your face mask, staying socially distanced, and avoiding nonessential indoor spaces and crowded outdoor venues, among others. The first day of classes is Monday, Jan. 11.

To best prepare for the start of Spring 2021, please be mindful of the following:

  • All faculty, staff and students are strongly encouraged to get a COVID-19 test and to self-monitor for 14 days before returning to campus in January. The self-monitoring form can serve as a guide, and you also can use Bridge to access the COVID-19 safety protocols training as a refresher. The student version is available through Canvas.
  • Daily COVID-19 testing administered by WellHealth will continue at the Union Circle Garage. The testing is available with no individual out-of-pocket cost. To register, visit https://www.gogettested.com, search for Denton on the map and follow the “Book Now" link on the "Denton – UNT Union Circle Garage – Texas Emergency Management” location and include the group code "UNT." Including the “UNT” code allows positive test results to be sent directly to UNT's COVID response team. Testing is offered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, except for holidays.
  • All faculty, staff or students arriving from any international location will be asked to quarantine off campus for 10 days. International students who will be living on campus will be provided with an on-campus quarantine room. To report your international travel to the COVID hotline, call 844-366-5892 or email at COVID@unt.edu for instructions on their quarantine period or on-campus quarantine housing.




UNT at Frisco welcomes you to Spring 2021!

As you prepare for your upcoming classes please feel free to get acquainted with one of UNT at Frisco's main buildings, Hall Park!

You can learn more about returning to UNT at Frisco here: https://frisco.unt.edu/media/blog/welcome-spring-2021. Feel free to contact us by visiting our webpage: frisco.unt.edu.


UNT at Frisco Updates

Stay Connected

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 frisco.unt.edu webpage. The right sidebar has detailed contact information and hours of operation for UNT at Frisco

For Counseling Appointments & Virtual Group Therapy visit:

For Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions, and Academic Coaching visit:

How will COVID-19 affect New College?

Please See the this letter from Dean Randall: click here to download the .pdf.

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 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 https://frisco.unt.edu/advising

Other Available Resources

If you are in need of financial assistance we encourage you to apply for the COVID-19 Student Success Award. Administrators, staff, and faculty at the University of North Texas are deeply committed to our students and understand the impact COVID-19 has had on them financially. Through a combination of university, donor, and federal funds from the CARES Act, we are offering the COVID-19 Student Success Award and providing financial assistance to students for education-related expenses due to the disruption caused by this virus. To learn more click here:

Learning online can be a lot like working remotely. Here is an article with great tips on time management and productivity: https://learning.linkedin.com/blog/productivity-tips/new-to-working-remotely--these-resources-can-help . For more information on how to transition into online classes please visit: https://online.unt.edu/learn

Don’t forget! As a UNT student, you have access to LinkedIn learning: https://it.unt.edu/lil-signin .