Academic advisors can help students prepare for classes, graduation and future careers, as well as with finding financial assistance and student employment. Advisors mentor students in their academic disciplines, help plan class schedules each semester, select necessary courses, give career advice, run degree audits, and more.
To set up an advising appointment contact us at:
University of North Texas Discovery Park
3940 N. Elm, Suite F-115
Graduate Students are advised by the Graduate Program Committee.
Go to the ETEC graduate advising page.
Other UNT Advising Resources
UNT's Career Center and Internships and Cooperative Education office provide advice about future employment opportunities, as well as how to get hands-on experience as a student. The Career Center has information about jobs and employers, and the staff can help you with resume and letter writing, job search strategies and interview preparation. For more information about these resources, visit the Jobs and Finances page (link).
The UNT Catalog (www.catalog.unt.edu) offers information regarding required and suggested classes to meet undergraduate, graduate and departmental academic requirements for graduation. In the catalog, you can find lists of courses, course descriptions, academic requirements and helpful resources. Use the links below to access pages of the Catalog that are of particular importance for ET students: