UNT has created a network of professionals from across campus that are committed to a caring, confidential program of identification, intervention and response in order to provide our students with the greatest chance of success.
One of the primary aspects of the Dean of Students Office is to help students resolve university related issues. Through the SOS (Seeking Options and Solutions) Program, the Office assists students and their families in navigating diverse concerns, as well as identifying resources for personal, academic, financial and social issues.
The Help Yourself Campaign is a educational and resource campaign through the UNT Libraries. The aim of the series is to let student know that they can seek more than academic resources in the libraries. Librarians want student know that there are resources in the library that can help them process trauma, deal with difficult situations, and life questions through self-guided bibliotherapy. Designed as a series of flyers and online resources, the campaign provides flyers on various topics with a list of suggested keyword and subject terms to do catalog searches as well as call number ranges with location information so students can browse the stacks in the libraries. For more information visit the Help Yourself Guide or contact Brea Henson at email@example.com.
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The Dean of Students Office is here to help you navigate through some of the concerns you may have as a student. They are your campus advocate and provide assistance when it comes to managing a crisis, understanding campus policies and procedures, and connecting you with the proper university resource. The Dean of Students Office has a variety of University Initiatives that are meant to help, educate, and keep you safe while you study at UNT.
The University Libraries are here to help you too. They can connect you with resources--government documents, memoirs, general reading, research, films, etc.--that cover topics related to the the events, initiatives, and programs of the Dean of Students Office.
Together, we aim to bring awareness to these topics, educate, and support you while you are here at UNT.
This guide will connect you with library and resources related to hunger and homelessness, domestic violence, stalking, campus safety, and sexual assault, and others. If you need someone to talk to about these topics, please reach out to Esther Oppong. If you have questions about library resources and access, please reach out to Brea Henson.