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Upcoming Events

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Mean Green Connection Dinner - Saturday, February 9 at 5:30pm

The Mean Green Connection Dinner is a program for first year students and their families as they prepare to transition to the next phase of college life. At this event, attendees will enjoy a buffet dinner, hear from speakers within the Division of Student Affairs, and receive tickets to a UNT Men's Basketball game the same evening. Presentation topics include:

  • Applying for Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • On-Campus Jobs
  • Living Off Campus
  • The Next Phase of Campus Involvement

There is no fee to participate, but an RSVP is required by Friday, February 8.  A limited supply of basketball tickets are available.  Tickets will be provided on a first come first served basis. 

Event Location:  University Union, Silver Eagle Suite

Event Check-In begins at 5:00pm.

Parking is available in any UNT parking lot, except reserved or metered parking.  There is a fee associated with parking in a campus parking garage.



First Year Photo Project (FYPP)

2011/2012 FYPP students with John Legend

Interested in photography? Like to take pictures for fun? The First Year Photo Project (FYPP) is the program for you. Join FYPP and document your first year at UNT with pictures and meet fellow Class of 2016 photographers. Capture your memories, share your stories, and enjoy fun photo related activities.

You can still participate in First Year Photo Project!
Follow us on Twitter @UNT_OTP

We will have weekly themes that we announce on Twitter, and then you will submit photos on twitter via #FYPP #UNT16.

The Claw

The Claw is a biweekly newsletter for first year students produced by Orientation & Transition Programs. The newsletter is created to help connect new students to the different programs and services offered at UNT. Click here to view the current issue or to browse our archive.

Freshman Programs Blog

Follow the Freshman Programs blog as an Orientation Leader writes about life on UNT's campus. Blog posts include topics such as: roommate conflicts, getting involved on campus, campus spirit & traditions, and more. To read the lastest post, click here!

Contact Us

Orientation & Transition Programs

University Union, Suite 319
(940) 565-4198 |

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