Who can I talk to if I have a concern about my student?
The Dean of Students Office 940-565-2648 is able to provide general information, connect with your student and see how we can help. If we are not the appropriate office to help you we will point you in the right direction.
Where can I find information about crime on campus?
The personal safety and security of every member of the university community is of paramount concern to all at the University of North Texas. In keeping with this concern, each year the university publishes a report informing the campus about programs and services to enhance campus security, crime statistics and student disciplinary referrals for certain crime-related conduct. You can visit this report at https://deanofstudents.unt.edu/safety/clery
I think my student is missing. I have not heard from him/ her in three days. Who can I contact for help?
You can contact the Dean of Students Office for assistance at 940-565-2648 or the UNT Police Department at 940-565-3000. The Dean of Students will look in to every avenue to help you find your student (check class schedule, residence halls, etc).
My student received a letter stating they are facing university disciplinary action. How can I find out what is happening?
A good place to start is by having a conversation with your student. The Dean of Students' policy is to communicate directly with students on all disciplinary matters. There may be times such out of concern for a student’s whereabouts or if we believe a student may be in crisis we may contact the parents directly. You can find out more information in regards to the disciplinary process at https://deanofstudents.unt.edu/conduct.
To whom should I report a death of a currently enrolled or past UNT student?
If a death of a student occurs, the Dean of Students Office needs to be contacted immediately for the necessary departments to be notified. The office number is 940-565-2648 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Dean of Students provides assistance to the student’s family, roommates, and friends.