The UNT Writing Center offers services just for graduate students. Graduate students needing help with course papers, publications, a thesis, or a dissertation may contact graduate tutors at GradWriting@unt.edu to set up an appointment. Graduate tutors do more than merely proofread; they teach strategies and techniques to improve writing for the long term.
For graduate students enrolled in thesis/dissertation and writing-intensive classes, iThenticate is a useful tool that checks your written content against a vast database to identify similarities with published sources to help you avoid plagiarism. Use the following link (https://ithenticate.unt.edu/) to access the UNT iThenticate Single Sign On (SSO) page.
The recording of the iThenticate User Training session for the University of North Texas can be found here, and below are some additional resources to help you get started:
Welcome to the Criminal Justice guide for graduate students. Here you will find resources to help you with your library research. If you have questions or need help, please contact the Criminal Justice librarian.
UNT has several libraries. Many Criminal Justice materials can be found on the 3rd floor of Willis Library. Some Criminal Justice materials are located in the Sycamore Library in Sycamore Hall, directly across from the Life Sciences Buildings. You can find a map of library locations here: