FERPA and Privacy of Student Records Form
The University of North Texas ("UNT or "university") affords all students the rights and protections relating to their education records as provided in the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Consistent with FERPA, students will be granted access to their education record and except in limited circumstances education records will not be disclosed without a student's consent.
- Faculty and Staff Guide Authorization to Release Educational Records (FERPA)
- Student Guide Authorization to Release Educational Records (FERPA)
- FERPA Policy of the University of North Texas
Free Speech and Public Assembly
The University of North Texas recognizes that freedom of expression and public assembly are fundamental rights of all persons and are essential components of the educational process.
- Free Speech and Public Assembly Policy 2020
- Designated Areas and Amplified Sound Policy
- Request to Reserve designated areas
- Request to Reserve designated areas (Parades, Marches)
Prohibition of Camping on University Property
The University of North Texas has an interest in controlling and maintaining university property to safeguard the health and safety of individuals and to ensure that university property is utilized for its designed purposes in support of the university’s educational and business missions.
In the interest of promoting the health, well-being and safety of students, faculty, staff and campus visitors, the University of North Texas prohibits smoking anywhere on university property and limits the use of smokeless tobacco products and electronic cigarettes on the UNT campus.
Student Complaint Policy
The University of North Texas (“UNT”) provides students with a procedure for resolving complaints against UNT faculty, staff, and the university in matters where no other formal process for resolution of complaints has been established.