How do I apply for admission to UNT? For applications, deadlines, requirements, and more, see the admission information below. Undergraduate Admissionshttp://admissions.unt.edu/freshman (800) UNT-8211 (M-F, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. CST) (toll-free) (940) 565-2681www.unt.edu/askunt Graduate Admissionshttp://tsgs.unt.edu/future-students (888) UNT-GRAD (M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CST) (toll-free) (940) 565-2383www.unt.edu/askunt I am pursuing a degree at another university. How do I register for courses at UNT? Transient students must apply for admission to UNT before registering for courses. You can apply online at http://www.applytexas.org or see the Admissions page, http://admissions.unt.edu/. Transient students are required to provide an official college transcript from your most recently completed semester. If you have any questions, you may call Office of Admissions' toll-free hotline at 1-800-UNT-8211. An operator is available M-F, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. CST. How can I find current online courses? There are two ways to check which courses are available online for the current or upcoming semester. Once the Schedule of Classes has been released, you can check online course listings on http://my.unt.edu. For help, see http://registrar.unt.edu/how-to-view-web-based-classes-online-with-myunt. You can also go to the main page http://online.UNT.edu and click "Online Courses." This will show you the steps necessary to view online courses at http://my.unt.edu as well as listing the Registrar's links to view the Schedule of Classes without signing in at http://registrar.unt.edu/registration/schedule-of-classes (you will only be able to register for these courses/sections using http://my.unt.edu). How can I find which online courses will be offered in future semesters? Online sections are listed in the Registrar's Schedule of Classes with the word "INET" shown instead of location. You can view the Schedule of Classes for information on future courses. Instructions: http://registrar.unt.edu/how-to-view-web-based-classes-online-with-myunt. Where can I find the Term code for a specific semester? Term Codes <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/> Term Codes Explained <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/MyHelp-Admins/Understanding_the_term_codes.htm> What are the deadlines and end/start dates for a specific semester? Registration Guides by Semester <http://registrar.unt.edu/registration/registration-guides-by-semester> Academic Catalogs: http://catalog.unt.edu/ How do I find a class or course number? For step-by-step instructions on how to use MyUNT to register, see the My Help for Students website. Registering for classes: http://essc.unt.edu/eis/docs/Student_Center_for_students.pdf#register. How can I view my mandatory classes? Look through the Catalog for your required classes at http://catalog.unt.edu/. How can I find online courses that fit the UNT Core Curriculum? Go to http://catalog.unt.edu/content.php?catoid=15&navoid=1256 and view the University Core Curriculum Requirements. How can I view the Schedule of Classes and/or the current Catalog? Schedule of Classes: go to my.unt.edu <http://registrar.unt.edu/how-to-view-schedule-of-classes-online-with-myunt> Course Catalog: <http://catalog.unt.edu/> How do I find tuition and/or fee information for online courses? If you live in the state of Texas, online courses generally cost the same amount as on-campus courses; the regular resident or non-resident tuition applies. Tuition and Fee Rates: <http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/tuition-and-fees However, if you currently reside out of state and do not have Texas residency, then an out-of-state teaching fee is assigned in lieu of tuition. Because our state funding does not reimburse the University for providing instruction to students residing outside of Texas, the individual departments set a teaching fee that must cover the cost of instruction. The out-of-state teaching fee is generally less than out-of-state tuition. For specific course tuition/fee information, you should contact the specific department offering that course. Departmental Directory (using Colleges & Schools menu) <http://www.unt.edu/colleges-schools.htm In addition, if you are taking only online courses during the semester, several fees such as the student recreation center fee and student union fee are waived. How do I register for an online course? Office of the Registrar <http://registrar.unt.edu/ Registration <http://registrar.unt.edu/registration Using the Visual Schedule Builder <http://registrar.unt.edu/registration/schedule-of-classes Preparing to Register <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/docs/Student_Center_for_students.pdf#academic_info Adding a Class <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/docs/Student_Center_for_students.pdf#register Adding a Class with Related Components (labs, etc.) <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/students.htm Adding a Class with Variable Hours <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/students.htm Adding Permission Numbers to a Class <http://registrar.unt.edu/registration/get-advised Swapping a Class <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/students.htm Dropping a Class <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/docs/Student_Center_for_students.pdf#drop Printing Your Class Schedule <http://essc.unt.edu/eis/students.htm I'm trying to register, but the course is marked as restricted. Where can I get advising codes (permission numbers)? Permission numbers are obtained from the department teaching the course. Locate and contact the department number http://www.unt.edu/find-people-department.htm or use the colleges/schools directory: <http://www.unt.edu/colleges-schools.htm> or http://registrar.unt.edu/registration/get-advised I can't remember or don't know my EUID or password. Go to http://ams.unt.edu. There is a link on the left menu that reads "What's my EUID?" Click on this to find your EUID. There is also a link to activate your EUID (for new users), and a link to reset your password. If you need further help, you can contact the UNT UIT Helpdesk:http://email@example.com 940-565-2324 I can't log-in to MyUNT <http://my.unt.edu>. Go to http://my.unt.edu. You will need to log in with your EUID and password. If you need help with your EUID, go to http://ams.unt.edu. You may also log in as a Guest (click the "UNT Guest" button). A Guest log-in allows you to view the classes available for the current semester. I can't log in to Canvas. How to log in:http://canvas.unt.edu ID/Password problems:https://ams.unt.edu/ If you continue to experience login problems, then contact Canvas Support:firstname.lastname@example.org 940-565-2324 Or you can contact Canvas Support through the Canvas Student Resources page:http://www.unt.edu/helpdesk/bblearn/ Why don't online courses I've registered for show up in Canvas? Unlisted Canvas Courseshttp://ecampussupport.unt.edu/index.cfm?M=Student_Resources&PF=faq#6 If your course still does not appear, it is likely that you have not yet been uploaded into that particular course. Most students are not fully uploaded until the first day of classes or sometimes even later in the first week of classes. To determine the first day of classes, see the Academic Calendar. If you continue to experience login problems or cannot see courses after the first day of classes, then contact Blackboard Learn Support:http://email@example.com 940-565-2324 This is my first online course. How do I begin? On the first day of classes (see Academic Calendar), you should log into your course. You can do this by going to the Canvas Web site https://learn.unt.edu. Your username (EUID) and password here are the same as they are for http://my.unt.edu. You should see your online course listed on the left. Click on them to enter each one. You will see things such as a calendar, assignments, lectures, and a syllabus. Read through the syllabus and any introductory comments the instructor may have left. You will find information on expectations regarding the frequency of reading, accessing the Web site, posting comments, and so forth. Also, check the calendar or schedule for the next week for dates of assignments and any face-to-face meetings, if your course has any. If you don't see your course, please contact the UIT help desk at (940) 565-2324 or firstname.lastname@example.org. How do I know when and/or where a course meets? If some site-based meetings are required, how do I find out where to show up? This information should be listed with the course section on the Registrar's Schedule of Classes. If it is listed as TBA, you should confirm meeting times and locations with your instructor. Then, log into Canvas and search for this information (usually available in the calendar or schedule). You can also email your instructor within Canvas if this course location information does not appear. If you cannot find information using either of the above methods, go to the course details section on http://my.unt.edu. Log into the Web site using your EUID. Then select "Academics" from the left-hand menu. Then select "Classes and Schedules," then "Schedule of Classes." Input the institution, career, and term information and you will be taken to the Course Search page. On this page, enter the course prefix and the catalog number. Once the course comes up, find the specific section for which you registered. Under the course name and number, there will be a section that lists any meeting date, time, and locations for the course. If a time and date are listed under the course details, but no meeting place, contact your instructor or the department for details (see below). If you are not familiar with the campus, you can find building locations and abbreviations listed on the Campus Map. If "TBA" appears here in the course details instead, it is likely that there are no face-to-face meetings. However, you should contact your instructor or the department to confirm (see links below). UNT Personnel Directory: http://info.unt.edu Department Contact Information: http://www.unt.edu/find-people-department.htm Where can I find the course syllabus? The course syllabus will be posted inside the course in Canvas. You can usually access it from the course home page or by selecting the "Syllabus" link on the left. How do I find and order textbooks? You can check two locations for this information; occasionally there is conflicting information, and if that's the case, you'll need to contact the instructor about the correct text for the course. Go to the UNT Bookstore<http://unt.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BNCBHomePage?storeId=71237&catalogId=10001&langId=-1>, and enter the appropriate information for your course. Textbooks should be listed here; you can order them from the bookstore site or you can get the information and purchase them elsewhere. Some instructors may provide information about textbooks on Canvas, but choose not to leave this information with the UNT Bookstore, so be sure to check. If no texts are listed at the UNT Bookstore, be sure to confirm this information with your instructor before or during the first week of classes. How can I contact my instructor? If you are able to log into your course on Canvas, you may email your instructor there. Otherwise, try using the Campus Directory at <http://info.unt.edu> or call the UNT Operator at 940-565-2000. I'm a student currently or formerly in the military. Where can I get more information on attending UNT as a military student? For information on obtaining military credit, see:http://www.unt.edu/transfertips/http://www.unt.edu/veterans/http://veteranscenter.unt.edu/http://registrar.unt.edu/veteranshttp://financialaid.unt.edu/military-scholarshipshttp://www.unt.edu/veterans/paying-for-college.htm Military Benefits, Financial Aid: http://www.unt.edu/veterans/paying-for-college.htm Where can I find information on transferring to UNT? You can find transfer information, FAQs, and admissions answers at: <http://www.unt.edu/prospect/prospectivetrans.htm> Where can I get more information about specific programs at UNT? View contact information at online.UNT.edu for information about specific online programs at UNT or contact the list of program coordinators below: College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) ENGL (Department of English)Kyler LarkinsHIST (Department of History)Dr. Graham CoxANTH (Department of Anthropology)Shannon.Selby College of Business (COB) MGMT (Department of Management) & MBA in Strategic ManagementBrandi EverettMKTG (Department of Marketing)MKTGadv@unt.eduMBA in MarketingProfessor Terrence Suber College of Education (COE) CDHE (Counseling, Development, and Higher Education)Dr. Jan HoldenEDRE (Reading Education)Mei.HoytEDSE (Secondary Online Certification)Taylor Williams or Bethany.GarayEDAD (Educational Administration)Marilyn.DeubleEDSP (Educational Diagnostician)Dr. Tandra Tyler-WoodEDSP (Gifted Education)Dr. Anne RinnEPSY (Educational Research/Educational Psychology)Dr. Darrell Hull College of Health and Public Service (PACS) RHAB (Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions)Hillary CastilloAGER (Department of Applied Gerontology)Keith TurnerBEHV (Department of Behavioral Analysis)Laura.DavisPACS/COMS (Community and Professional Programs)Dr. Brenda McCoy College of Information College of Information - Department of Library & Information Sciences (LIS) Dr. Suliman Hawamdeh and CI-AdvisingBS in Information ScienceMS in Library or Information Science School Library Certification ProgramDr. Barbara Stein-Martin or CI-Advising College of Information - Department of Learning Technologies (LT)Dr. Cathie Norris and Dr. Lynne Cagle CoxCOI - BAAS (Online Bachelor's Degree in ATPI)CI-AdvisingLING (Department of Linguistics)Dr. Patricia Cukor-Avila College of Merchandising, Hospitality Management and Tourism (CMHT) CMHT (Merchandising, Hospitality Management and Tourism)Dr. Lisa Kennon If you wish to retrieve information about a program for which no contact is listed, go to the program page for Graduates, Undergraduates, or Certificates and click the link to find more information, or contact us. I'm having other Canvas problems. For other Canvas problems, see:Canvas Help Contacts I have other MyUNTproblems. For other MyUNTproblems or directions, see: MyHelp. I need more information on deadlines or dates. For information on deadlines or dates, consult the current Academic Calendar. Where can I find a directory of UNT services for online students? For information on UNT services for online students check the Distance Learning Guide to Contacting UNT Offices & Services.