There are a variety of health and wellness services available to students at UNT. The following represents a snapshot of these services: Gynecological exams and education, Diagnostic x-rays, Limited psychiatic services, Nutritional consultation, Flu Shot clinics, Immunizations, Pharmacy, College Optical Express, Allergy injections, Laboratory testing, Health education, massage therapy, Counseling and Testing, Speech and Hearing Center, Neurotherapy, Child and Family Resource Center, Sport Psychology, Recreational Center, Intramural Sports, Rock Climbing Wall, Massage therapy, Outdoor Pursuits, UNT Dental Office, Tennis, Sports Clubs, Personal trainer, Swimming, Fitness Classes, Office of Disability Access, Substance Abuse Services, Legal Services, Student Health and Wellness Center, and Money Management Center.
Counseling and Testing Services offers short-term counseling services to students to ensure ongoing wellness. During college, students may require varying degrees of assistance, for personal, social, or academic purposes. Our professional counseling staff provides free and confidential services to meet these needs. Services may include short-term counseling sessions, participation in a support group, or referral to community resources. Students seeking these counseling supports should contact the Counseling and Testing Services at 940-565-2741. Counseling and Testing Services is in Chestnut Hall, 3rd Floor, Suite 311.
The Office of Disability Access located in Sage Hall, Suite 167, (940) 565-4323.
Get involved with Campus Life, make friends and join one of the more than 400 student organizations at UNT.
All students taking classes on campus are automatic members of the Rec Center.
The Meadows Center for Health Resources provides health education presentations for student organizations, classes, and departments on a wide variety of health and wellness issues. All health education programs are free and can include topics like reproductive health (including risky behaviors, sexual assault and dating violence, consent, sexually transmitted infections, and birth control), nutrition, fitness, stress management and reduction, and more! For more information, call (940) 565-2787 or visit the Meadows Center in Chestnut Hall 301.
Yes. As a condition of admission, the University of North Texas requires all non-immigrant international students to maintain medical/hospitalization insurance for the entire period of their UNT residence. The student insurance fee is automatically added to the student's tuition, and fees bill each semester unless the student provides alternate coverage and requests a waiver of the insurance fee.
Students are required to provide unlimited insurance coverage for repatriation and medical evacuation. Students can obtain a separate policy that covers repatriation and medical evacuation through the University endorsed insurance carrier.