Event Schedule


Student Interest Sessions (8:15, 9:15, & 10:15 am)

UNT Bound! Navigating the Admissions Process
Business Leadership Building - 055

Let our Admissions Recruiters guide you step by step through the application process! Topics covered include admissions requirements, application procedures, and important deadlines.

¡Yo Soy UNT!: Admisiones en Español
Business Leadership Building - 005

¿No estás seguro por dónde empezar? Deje que nuestros reclutadores bilingües de admisión le guíen a través de todo el proceso desde la presentación de su solicitud hasta el primer día de clase.

Funding Your Success at UNT
Eagle Student Services Center - 255

Join our Financial Aid & Scholarships team to learn more about the funding process. We'll go over tips to help you complete your FASFA/TASFA application — stress-free!

First-Gen at UNT
University Union - 339

Come learn about the First-Generation Success Center and how UNT supports first-generation students.

Housing How-To
University Union -  Lyceum

Your home away from home! Learn more about our residence halls, meal plan options, and the benefits of living on campus.

How to Choose Your Major
Wooten Hall - 222

So, you're feeling undecided about your major? No worries! Did you know that over 75% of university students change their major at least once in their academic careers? Choosing a major is a process, and Advising Services is here to help! Our academic counselors will guide you through the three-step Exploring Majors Action Plan to help you find a bachelor's degree that fits who you are as a person and meets your academic and career goals.

Career Center 101
Wooten Hall - 322

Join the Career Center to learn how we put the “care” in career readiness to help our students and alumni achieve their professional dreams.



Student Interest Sessions (continued)

Pride Alliance
University Union - 382

Join us to learn about the Pride Alliance, UNT's gender & sexuality resource center. You'll get to meet the staff and learn about the programs and services offered.

University 101
Business Leadership Building - 070

Sponsored by Orientation & Transition Programs, this session will cover success strategies for transitioning from high school to college.

Student Veteran Services
Wooten Hall - 117

Join us to learn about the Student Veteran Services programs for veterans and their family members.

International Recruitment
Business Leadership Building - 140

Calling all International students! Come learn more about choosing your future degree from UNT's International Recruitment team. This session is only offered during Student Interest Session #3.

Office of Disability Access
Wooten Hall - 216

The Office of Disability Access works in partnership with faculty and staff across campus to enable every student to have equal access to the full range of UNT programs and services. We invite you to our presentation focused on transitioning into UNT with a disability or medical condition You'll learn how we help students with disabilities and the key differences between services in high school and college.

Pre-Med & Health Career Professionals
Wooten Hall - 122

Are you interested in pursuing a career in the health profession? Learn how the Health Professions Advising office can help you become a competitive candidate.

UNT at Frisco Presentation
Wooten Hall - 217

Join us in learning about all the things we have to offer all UNT students at UNT at Frisco. Learn about our three location options for completing courses and the degree options offered. Explore options for campus involvement through events, student organizations and our Frisco Engage program.



Academic Interest Sessions (9:15, 10:15, & 11:15 am)

G. Brint Ryan College of Business
Business Leadership Building - 180

Session #1

Learn more about what the Ryan College of Business has to offer! We will have a brief informative presentation followed by a student panel. Business Leadership Building tours will be available after each session.

Session #2

Session #3

College of Education
Matthews Hall - 311

Session #1

Join us for a brief presentation on the following programs: Early Childhood – 6th-grade Teacher Education, Human Development and Family Science, Kinesiology and Recreation, Event, and Sport Management.

Session #2

Session #3

College of Engineering

Construction Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Mechanical and Energy Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Technology
Life Science Building – A204

Session #1

Not Offered

Session #2

Learn more about the engineering programs offered by the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Session #3

Not Offered

Biomedical Engineering
Terrill Hall - 121

Session #1

Biomedical Engineering allows a student of the program to major in Biomedical Engineering, minor in mathematics, and minor in an additional area of engineering. Our graduates are well-rounded and have the engineering skills and expertise to work in industry, hospitals and research institutions, or become motivated entrepreneurs.

Session #2

Session #3

Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Cybersecurity and Information Technology
Life Science Building – A117

Session #1

Students interested in computer majors at UNT will learn what each degree entails and our expectations of students pursuing these degrees.

Session #2

Session #3

Not offered.

Electrical Engineering
Life Science Building – A304

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Students interested in working with circuits, electronics and all forms of electrical and energy applications can learn about our programs.

Materials Science and Engineering
Terrill Hall - 120

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Join us to learn more about the application of different materials and how the materials science degree can expand on the subject matter.

College of Health & Public Service
University Union - 332

Session #1

A brief presentation followed by a student panel Q&A for the following public service majors: Criminal Justice, Emergency Administration & Planning, Nonprofit Leadership Studies, Social Work and Urban Policy & Planning.

Session #2

A brief presentation followed by a student panel Q&A for the following health-related majors: Addiction Studies, Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology, Behavior Analysis, Public Health and Rehabilitation Studies.

Session #3

Join us for "Food For Thought", a presentation by Dr. Simon Andrew about food issues and food desert problems in the community. This topic may appeal to students considering careers in urban planning or nonprofit management.

Honors College
Wooten Hall - 116

Session #1

General Honors College Info - Admissions Team

Session #2

Honors College Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Session #3

Honors College Student Life

College of Information
Life Science Building – A419

Information Science Department

Session #1

Learn about our Information Science and Data Science majors, including coursework, concentrations, and resources for students, followed by a Q&A with the program directors.

Session #2

Not offered.

Session #3

Linguistics Department

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Learn about our Linguistics major, including coursework, concentrations and resources for students, as well as a Q&A with the program director.

Session #3

Not offered.

Learning Technologies Department

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Learn about our Learning Technologies BAS, including coursework, concentrations and resources for students, followed by a Q&A.

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Psychology and Culture
General Academic Building - 104

Session #1

A brief presentation on the following programs with a Q&A at the end of the presentation: Anthropology, French, Geographic Information Systems, Geography, German, International Studies, Japanese, Latino Culture, Economy and Policy, Psychology and Spanish.

Session #2

Not offered.

Session #3

Media Arts and Humanities
General Academic Building - 105

Session #1

A brief presentation on the following programs with Q&A at the end of the presentation: Converged Broadcast Media, English, Integrative Studies, Media Arts, Philosophy, Professional and Technical Communication and Religion.

Session #2

Not offered.

Session #3

Psychology and Social Studies
General Academic Building – 104

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

A brief presentation on the following programs with Q&A at the end of the presentation: Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science and Sociology.

Session #3

Not offered.

Media Arts, Performance and Communication
General Academic Building – 105

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

A brief presentation on the following programs with Q&A at the end of the presentation: Communication Studies, Converged Broadcast Media, Dance, Media Arts and Theatre.

Session #3

Not offered.

Student Panel - What
I Wish I Knew Before College
General Academic Building - 104

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Join our panel discussion and Q&A with students on their experiences in college, what they wish they knew before their first semester and preparing to attend college. 

Student Panel - Getting
Career-Related Experience in College
General Academic Building – 105

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Joun our panel discussion and Q&A with students on ways they have gained career-related experience in college.

Take Flight Suite Open House
General Academic Building – 207

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Session #3

Take Flight is the CLASS First Year Advising program providing support and advising to CLASS students attending UNT directly after high school. Come by GAB 207 to see the Take Flight Advising Suite and meet a staff member.

Mayborn School of Journalism
Sage Hall - 116

Session #1

Program Presentation 1 by Dr. Andrea Miller, Dean of the Mayborn School of Journalism. Students will get an overview of majors, course requirements, program support resources and careers in media.

Session #2

Tour Group Number 1 departs to see our TV studio, student newsroom, student-run advertising agency and Mayborn classroom and lab spaces. Concurrently, Program Presentation 2 will begin with Dr. Andrea Miller, Dean of the Mayborn School of Journalism, offering an overview of majors, course requirements, program support resources and careers in media.

Session #3

Tour Group 2 departs to see the TV studio, student newsroom, student advertising agency and Mayborn classroom and lab spaces.

College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism
Chilton Hall – 387

Session #1

This session will include a brief presentation by the CMHT advising office about all the majors we offer, followed by a Q&A.

Session #2

Faculty from the Merchandising & Digital Retailing department will lead students through a trend board activity and answer questions about their programs along the way.

Session #3

Faculty from the Hospitality & Tourism Management department will lead students through an interactive activity and answer questions about their programs along the way.

College of Music
Recital Hall

Music Majors

Session #1

Music Major Presentation: Designed for prospective music majors. Learn about the music admission, application and audition process. Students can ask questions of music admission and advising staff and listen to a performance from a current music major!

Session #2

Not offered.

Session #3

Music Major Presentation: Designed for prospective music majors. Learn about the music admission, application and audition process. Students can ask questions of music admission and advising staff and listen to a performance from a current music major!

Non-Music Majors

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Non-Music Majors/Participating in Ensembles Presentation: Interested in participating in music at UNT? This session is for those who plan to major in something other than music but want to learn about music minors, participating in ensembles and other courses available for non-music majors.

Session #3

Not offered.

New College
Business Leadership Building - 140

Session #1

New College: Consider New Opportunities and a Fresh Approach to Learning

Session #2

Meet the Changemakers: How New College Faculty Are Redefining Education

Session #3

New College: Consider New Opportunities and a Fresh Approach to Learning

College of Science

Biochemistry, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Mathematics and Physics
Environmental Science Building - 125

Session #1

A brief presentation on the following programs with Q&A at the end of the presentation: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Mathematics and Physics

Session #2

Session #3

Biology, Ecology for Environmental Science and Medical Laboratory Sciences
Environmental Science Building - 130

Session #1

A brief presentation on the following programs with Q&A at the end of the presentation: Biology, Ecology for Environmental Science and Medical Laboratory Sciences

Session #2

Session #3

Departmental Showcase
Environmental Science Building - Atrium

Session #1

Not offered.

Session #2

Chat with faculty members in each department and participate in hands-on demonstrations.

Session #3

College of Visual Arts & Design
Art Building - 223

Session #1

Join a presentation about the programs housed in the College of Visual Arts and Design, with time for questions at the end.

Session #2

Session #3



Academic Fair (10:00 am – 12:00 pm)
University Union - 314

Missed the Academic Sessions? Multiple interests? Meet all academic departments at the Academic Fair!



Special Topic Sessions (1:00 pm & 2:00 pm)

The Black UNT Experience
University Union – Lyceum

Session #1

Meet current members of the Black Student Union, Faculty Network and Alumni Network.

Session #2

Not offered.

The UNT Latinx Community
Eagle Student Services Center - 225

Session #1

Join ÚNeTe, the Latinx Faculty/Staff Alliance and the Latinx Alumni Network (LAN) to learn about the support networks at UNT and the lasting connections you can make.

Session #2

Pre-Law Students
Wooten Hall - 222

Session #1

Interested in a legal career? Come meet Dr. Wendy Watson, Principal Lecturer of Political Science and Pre-Law Advisor. No matter which major you choose, law school is still an option, and Dr. Watson is your pre-law advisor. Come learn about UNT's pre-law programming and ask questions about your own path to law school.

Session #2

Not offered.

Office of Disability Access
Business Leadership Building - 070

Session #1

The Office of Disability Access works in partnership with faculty and staff across campus to enable every student to have equal access to the full range of UNT programs and services. We invite you to our presentation focused on transitioning into UNT with a disability or medical condition You'll learn how we help students with disabilities and the key differences between services in high school and college.

Session #2



Lunch by Verde Catering (11:00 am – 2:00 pm)
Library Mall

Come enjoy a meal made fresh for you by UNT's own Verde Catering.



Student Organization & Resource Fair (1:00 pm -2:30 pm)
Union 314

Explore the many extracurricular and professional development opportunities you can engage in as a UNT Student! Also meet university staff dedicated to your success.



Ongoing Activities (10:00 am – 3:00 pm)

Campus Walking Tours
Welcome Center

See our Mean Green campus by joining our Eagle Ambassadors on a campus walking tour. Tours launch from the Welcome Center and end in the Library Mall.

Residence Hall Tours
All Residence Halls

Ready to find your home away from home? Stop by any residence hall for a tour led by our Housing Ambassadors.
Bruce Hall, Clark Hall, Crumley Hall, Honors Hall, Joe Greene Hall, Kerr Hall, Legends Hall, Maple Hall, Mozart Square, Rawlins Hall, Santa Fe Square, Traditions Hall, Victory Hall, and West Hall.

Admissions Office
Eagle Student Services Center – 3rd Floor

Our Admissions Counselors are here to guide you! Visit our Admissions Office during the event to meet one-on-one with our Admissions Counselors or drop off items.

Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
Eagle Student Services Center – 2nd Floor

Join our Financial Aid & Scholarships team to learn more about the funding process. We'll go over tips to help you complete your FASFA/TASFA application — stress-free!



College of Engineering - Discovery Park Campus Tours (2:00 pm & 3:00 pm)
3940 N. Elm St, Denton, TX 76207

Calling all College of Engineering majors! End your UNT Preview visit in style with a tour of Discovery Park, the 490,000 square-foot campus that houses all Engineering majors. See the state of the art labs and facilities at your disposal and learn how UNT supports its STEM students. Tours begin at the College of Engineering Advising Office, Room A101.