UNT Housing COVID-19 Info
UNT Housing is utilizing CDC guidance for Shared or Congregate Housing and direction from University administration to identify strategies to maintain operations as well as a healthy living and working environment. We hope our residents will join us in making COVID-19 mitigation a priority.
Student well-being and success remain our highest priority. As we all have a responsibility individuals should remain vigilant in protecting their person health.
- Get a COVID-19 vaccine and/or booster
- Monitor your health for COVID-19 symptoms
- Make informed decisions about high-risk situations
- Self-isolate after a positive COVID-19 test result
UNT's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates can be found at https://healthalerts.unt.edu/.
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- On-campus Housing for the 2022/2023 Academic Year
- Resident Quarantine/Isolation Action Plan
On-campus housing for the 2022/2023 academic year
UNT Housing and Residence Life is excited to deliver the full experience of on-campus living for the 2022/2023 academic year. As infection rates have lessened on campus and locally, the University is returning to pre-pandemic operations. University health officials will continue to monitor community spread of the virus and can return to COVID-19 practice for the university community if a need arises.
Housing plans to fully occupy all buildings and room-types to their regular capacity. Residents will have full access to shared locations including suite bathrooms, community bathrooms and common living space within their room and the residence hall community.
The Department of Housing and Residence Life will continue to serve our mission to provide high-quality service and transformative experiences that further the vision of the University of North Texas.
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Resident Quarantine/Isolation Action Plan
All students living in on-campus housing should develop an action plan in the event they test positive for the COVID-19 virus. Residents who test positive for the virus should follow current CDC guidelines for quarantine/isolation and follow the treatment advice of their primary care physician.
Residents may choose to leave on-campus housing for a quarantine/isolation period. UNT Housing does not provide a location for students to complete either quarantine or isolation and will not cover any associated expenses.