Shopping Trip to Super Target THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK For Freshman
(Contact International Welcome Center)
Wells Fargo, 3rd floor, Union Building
Bank Hours: 8a.m. – 5p.m. (M‐F)
North Texas State Rodeo & Fair Phone:1‐800‐TOWELLS
Saturday, August 28
Off campus Housing
Time: TBA Consult with International Welcome Center
International Welcome Party
Tuesday, August 31 Crumley Hall
Time: 5pm Office Hours: 8a.m. – 5p.m.
*You must sign up for all events at the
International Welcome Center (ISB 286) To Purchase a UNT parking permit, and more in‐
formation about bus schedules & routes, e‐ride,
DCTA connect and Commuter Express buses, go Summer & Early Fall
The UNT Parking Office is located in the Sullivant
Public Safety Center at 1700 Wilshire St. in Attend International Student
Denton, Texas, neighboring Mozart Square and Orientation & Document
Sack‐n‐Save. Check‐In (bring passport, I‐20,
Office Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (M‐Th) I‐94 or DS‐2019, UNT admis‐
8:00 am – 4:30 pm (F)
Attend University Orientation
Post Office Box
You need a UNT P.O. Box if you live on campus. – Pre‐registration required
U.S. Post Office, 2nd Floor, Union Building (Mandatory for Freshman &
Phone: 940.387.8555 Transfer, optional for Gradu‐
UNT ID Card
Eagle Student Services Center, Room 105 Texas Success Initiative (TSI)
Office Hour: 8:15a.m. – 5p.m.
Testing (All Freshman &
Celebration of Transfer students must take
See Academic Advisor
Welcome Center & Programs
Information Science Building (ISB) 286
Register for Classes on‐line
Phone: 940.369.8625 (my.unt.edu)
Freshman & Transfer on F‐1 or J‐1 Visa must attend two(2) orientations: International Student Orientation AND University Orientation.
Graduate students on F‐1 or J‐1 visa must attend International Student Orientation and attendance on University Orientation is optional.
Summer & (Early) Fall 2010— Freshman Orientation Dates
University Orientation Session Datelines
International Student Orientation
You must pre‐register for University Orientation; log‐in to http://my.unt.edu with your EUID and password.
(Approximately 1 hour On‐line orientation)
Once logged in, click Student Center, then Register for Orientation. Register early as sessions fill up quickly.
Contact the office of New Student Programs (Union 319), (940)565‐4198 or go to www.unt.edu/orientation for more details.
Summer I May 7, 2010 April 30, 2010
You do not have Come to Information Science Building (ISB),
Summer II to attend Fall June 4, 2010 May 28, 2010 Room 286,
Orientation during your University Orientation break.
Summer III July 9, 2010 July 2, 2010
Fall June 14‐ 15, June 8, 2010
(Freshman 1) 2010
Fall June 17‐ 18, June 11, 2010
(Freshman 2) 2010
Fall sessions June 21‐ 22, College of Engineering, College of Music, and School of June 14, 2010
(Freshman 3) (Freshman 1‐ 2010 Merchandising & Hospitality Management will not be hav‐
Freshman 8) ing academic advisors.
Fall meet at Kerr Hall June 28‐ 29, June 21, 2010
(Freshman 4) by 8 am 2010
Fall June 30‐ July 1, College of Education, College of Engineering, and School of June 23, 2010 Come to Information Science Building (ISB),
(Freshman 5) 2010 Merchandising & Hospitality Management will not be hav‐ second floor, Room 286, 8:15am‐9:15am OR
ing academic advisors. during your University Orientation break.
Fall July 6‐7, June 30, 2010
(Freshman 6) 2010
Fall *Freshman 9 July 19‐ 20, College of Engineering, College of Music, and School of July 12, 2010
(Freshman 7) meet at 8am, 2010 Merchandising & Hospitality Management will not be hav‐
Coliseum, Gate B ing academic advisors.
Fall July 22‐ 23, July 15, 2010
(Freshman 8) 2010
Fall August 18‐19, 2010 Limited to out‐of‐state students. Need approval from New August 11, 2010
*(Freshman 9) Student and Student Success Programs
Classes begin: Fall 2010: New Graduate Student Orientation:
Summer I (Full Summer, 3W1, 8W1): May 17, 2010; Summer II (5W1, 10W): June 7, 2010; (Monday, August 23, 5‐8pm, Silver Eagle Suite, University Union)
Summer III(5W2): July 12,2010; Fall 2010: August 26, 2010 ‐Orientation will cover graduate policies, parking, transportation options,
library and computer services, health and wellness, and more.
Regular Registration (Fall): August 19‐24, 2010
Late Registration (Fall): August 25‐30, 2010 ($25 late fees)
Late Orientation (Fall): August 25, 2010 Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Testing (required for Undergraduate);
‐Test is required for new students to a Texas Public higher education institution;
New TA/TF Orientation (Mandatory): August 23, 2010 (Mon) 8 am– 4 pm; August 24, 2010 (Tuesday) 8 am–12:30 pm.
‐Test types: Accuplacer, THEA, Asset, or Compass;
‐Administered by the office of Program for Academic Readiness
All Music Major: You must attend Music Orientation and Placement Exams at the time specified in your Music Admission Letter. You ‐Website: http://www.unt.edu/par
may attend an alternate session for International Student Orientation. ‐To register, call: (940) 565‐4403 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org