The following section includes some of the many services provided to students from Student Affairs. For more information, call (972) 338-1775 or e-mail: StudentAffairs@untdallas.edu.
UNT Dallas provides reasonable accommodations to qualified students with disabilities in accordance with state and federal laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Disability Services staff assist qualified students with disabilities in determining and coordinating appropriate reasonable accommodations and/or auxiliary aids and services, to the extent necessary, for qualified prospective, newly admitted or currently enrolled students. Students with disabilities can register for services with the Office of Disabilities after being accepted to UNT Dallas and registering for classes. In order to register for services, students must contact UNTD disability services staff schedule an intake appointment.
Students must provide documentation of their disability in accordance with University policy. Students requesting a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) must provide the supporting documentation from their physician, educational diagnostician, licensed psychologist, psychiatrist, or other qualified professional. Documentation received will be considered in determining whether a student is disabled as defined by the ADA, and therefore entitled to reasonable accommodation. For more information, please click here to see the University’s policy (16.004) on disability accommodation for students.
Students with questions or concerns and those wishing to request an accommodation should call Cynthia Suarez, the Assistant Director of Disability Services, at 972-338-1777. Individuals who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind or speech-disabled may contact the Disability Services Office by using Relay Texas. To contact Relay TX dial 7-1-1. The Office of Disabilities is now located in the Student Center, ground floor, Suite 1104.
Student Involvement and Organizations
The Office of Student Involvement & Organizations exists to provide students with a quality involvement experience through student organizations, service, and overall involvement on campus. It provides programming and services that empower students to create their legacy, encourage community service and civic engagement, and promote academic success. This office also encourages the development of lifelong friendships and professional networks, and gives students an opportunity for growth, development, and cultivation on a variety of skills that will help with leadership and decision making upon graduation and in the job search.
The Office of Student Involvement & Organizations encompasses Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Organizations, and #UNTDServes. We are home to more than 30 Student Organizations and are influenced by a variety of student interests, from academic to recreational.
Engage students in service projects and promote altruism.
Become engaged in the larger world and create partnerships with community
Prepare students leaders to thrive in and navigate professional spaces.
Provide resources to support, challenge, & engage students in their college experience.
Promote academic excellence through support, programming, and resources.
Support & sustain healthy membership in student organizations.
Support diversity and inclusion initiatives
For a list of current student organizations, upcoming events, and to track your involvement, visit https://untdallas.presence.io/.
Organizations from various industries come to UNT Dallas to find qualified and motivated employees for all types of employment opportunities each semester coordinated by Career Services.
Whether you are undecided for your major/career or know where you want to end up, Career Services is a great place to start. We offer a variety of services to help you explore your options and gain real world experiences through workshops, career assessments, networking events, company tours, and more. Career Services also assists students with using social media for the job search and how to create academic and career portfolios. Finally, Career Services provides a variety of full-time and part-time employment opportunities to currently enrolled students and alumni. For information, call 972-338-1775 or email Career@untdallas.edu.