Advice for #UNT20 from People Who’ve Been There

College at UNT is awesome, so don’t let anyone fool you about that. You will have a great time, but your first year of college won’t be without its challenges. The UNT Twitter community has stepped up and offered some advice for the class of 2020, or anyone else who wants to get the most out of their time at UNT. Here’s what they had to say:

Yes! Make sure you follow us on Twitter (@UNT_Union), Facebook, Periscope, and Instagram (@UNTUnion) for all the details about events in the Union, giveaways, and important information.

https://twitter.com/littlepeople58/status/733284443327057920

This goes for both books and laptops, or any other equipment you rent from Willis or another library. Due dates are enforced, so write them in your planner! In

That’s right, free! Thanks Carlos, the UNT Health Center (located on Chestnut) has always got your back with 8 free therapy sessions included in your student fees each semester. No matter what you’re struggling with, they can help!

Don’t be afraid of dorm hacks. Fake it till you make it, #UNT20.

Also, be sure to take advantage of SI and tutoring sessions, especially if you’re struggling. You’re not the only one, and come test time, you’ll probably be glad you went to all those sessions.

Word. Everyone has a place at UNT, find people who like what you like, and stick with them! Don’t feel like you have to do something just because the people around you are doing it.

https://twitter.com/MattWakhu/status/733134443364290560

If there’s one thing you won’t feel pressure to do, it’s to go Greek. While there are many great greek life organizations to look into, only a small portion of campus is greek, and it’s not for everyone. Both Greeks and non-Greeks have a great time at UNT, you’re gonna love it either way!