The Applied Physiology Laboratory includes more than 8,000 square feet of state-of-the-art facilities for the measurement of bioanalytical outcomes following various exercise or nutritional treatments.
The Bill J. Priest Center was established to prepare leaders and teachers for specific careers in community colleges.
The Center for Play Therapy provides the largest play therapy training program in the world, develops best practices for play therapy and houses the largest play therapy library in the world.
The UNT Center for Sport Psychology and Performance Excellence is multidisciplinary, combining knowledge, skills, and expertise from Psychology and Exercise Science to provide comprehensive and individualized sport psychology services, education/training, and research.
The Child and Family Resource Clinic provides training to graduate students who offer professional counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for issues including learning, emotional and adjustment difficulties.
The UNT Child Development Laboratory is an early childhood program within the College of Education. It serves primarily as a research center and training site for students in the fields of early childhood education, child development and play therapy.
The Consortium for Animal Assisted Therapy at the University of North Texas was established in 2002 to support the field of animal assisted therapy.
The Counseling and Human Development Center is a state-of-the-art educational facility staffed by advanced master’s and doctoral student counselors who provide high-quality, confidential counseling services under the supervision of UNT Counseling Program Faculty.
The Cultural and Linguistic Awareness Support Services in Counseling program addresses disparities by enhancing the delivery of culturally competent mental health services for minority communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
The College of Education Diversity Council was created in 2019 and is charged with reviewing and advocating for critical diversity issues and developing resources related to diversity and inclusion.
The HIPPY program is delivered to parents by Home Visitors living in the community with the focus on introducing parents to play activities that will help their children become school-ready by time of kindergarten.
Integrated Care and Behavioral Health is a four-year project designed to address health disparities by enhancing the delivery of culturally competent mental health services to Medically Underserved Communities in Behavioral Health and Integrated Care settings.
The Office for Giftedness, Talent Development, and Creativity was founded in 2016 to provide services for gifted and talented young people.
Pathways for Future Teachers advances educational equity by recruiting and preparing a teacher workforce that is more representative of the racial, ethnic, and social diversity of student populations in P-12 schools.
The Pediatric Movement and Physical Activity Laboratory positively influences the physical activity engagement of school-aged children to improve the health of students through empirical research, increasing public awareness and policy advocacy.
Practice Activism in Literacy Teaching is a preservice teacher project commitment to preparing teachers as change agents in schools.
The President’s EDGE is a joint initiative of the President’s cabinet and the College of Education which provides employees support and opportunities for advancement within the UNT community.
This $2.7 million grant project is enhancing instruction for English language learners in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District and giving UNT students opportunities to work with teachers in grades PreK-2 from Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD.
Teach North Texas prepares and supports secondary teachers of mathematics and science, addressing the national and regional need for excellence and innovation in science and technology.
UNT ELEVAR is a four-year inclusive postsecondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center conducts evidence-based research, training, and direct services to positively impact individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.