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Covid-19 —UNT is offering a mix of in-person, partially in-person, and online/remote course deliveries for Fall 2020. Stay up to date on UNT's response, including return to campus plans.

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Information for CLASS students during COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Last updated June 24, 2020 at 10:15 AM.


Ask questions

Executive Dean Brown has held virtual office hours to answer questions. Future open meetings may be scheduled in the coming weeks.

Advising questions: Your academic advisors are available to assist you with online and phone appointments:

Course questions: Your professors should have contacted you by Friday, March 20 to let you know what is happening with your classes between now and the end of the semester. If you have particular concerns or questions about any of your classes, reach out to your instructor through email or Canvas.


Latest updates specifically within CLASS

A message from Executive Dean Brown to CLASS students about Fall 2020
-- Monday, June 22, 2020

A message from Executive Dean Brown to CLASS students
-- Thursday, March 19, 2020


Find information about your courses

Information about how your courses will be delivered, including a searchable list, is posted at https://learnanywhere.unt.edu.


Stay up to date on UNT's response

You can learn more about UNT's response to COVID-19 at https://healthalerts.unt.edu/. The website is updated regularly with the latest information.


Help so you can succeed - A Message from President Smatresk

April 15, 2020

Dear UNT students,

As educators, our purpose is you. We spend every day focused on helping each of you thrive, and we revel in your creativity, tenacity and brilliance. Our world has been shaken and that calls for a change in how we support you. We recognize that one of the biggest burdens many students are facing right now is financial insecurity. In an effort to ease some of the economic strain you may be experiencing, I want to let you know how UNT is trying to help.

First, we have made changes to the cost of enrolling in summer courses. For summer 2020 sessions, students will not have to pay some of the typical mandatory fees that help fund several support services on campus. This includes waivers of the Recreational Facility Fee, Student Union Fee, Medical Services Fee, Transportation Fee and Athletics Fee. We are able to do this because we have moved all in-person classes scheduled for the May session, Summer I and full summer sessions to online/remote delivery. Students can take advantage of these summer sessions and reduced costs to save money and stay on track to graduate on time.

Second, as you may already be aware, the federal government has provided a boost in student aid through the CARES Act. This funding allows us to greatly expand our emergency grants-in-aid program. This need-based aid is available for currently enrolled students as well as students who enroll in UNT summer sessions. The funds are intended to help students pay their bills and stay in school so they can earn their degrees as planned.

Applications for the emergency grants-in-aid program can be completed at https://tinyurl.com/UNTStudentSuccessFA. And, you can learn more about the cost of summer sessions by contacting Student Financial Services at sfs@unt.edu, online chat at sfs.unt.edu or by calling 940-565-3225.

I realize that emergency aid and fee waivers won't solve every problem. Times are tough, but so is our Mean Green Family. We will keep working on creative solutions to unprecedented problems. We will keep finding fresh ways to bring you the world-class education you deserve. You won't have to make it through these tough times alone. We're here to help you thrive because that's what we do.

UNT proud,
Neal Smatresk
UNT President

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