ASLP Student Resources:
Learning to operate in a new and unfamiliar environment is challenging, especially if you don't know who to ask or where to go for help. Here are some resources that will help you make a smooth transition to life as an ASLP student.
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ASLP offers several graduate assistantships each term. These include Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, and Graduate Services Assistants. Follow the links below to submit your application.
NOTE: Appointment to a graduate assistant position DOES NOT automatically qualify for in-state tuition. There are several qualifications that must be met for a non-Texas resident to receive in-state tuition. Please contact UNT Student Financial Services (940-565-3225 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on tuition waivers.
ASLP Graduate Student Assistantship Applications Spring 2024
Salary Student Appointments will be governed by the following guidelines:
- The University's official payroll dates are
- Fall: Sept 1-Jan 15
- Spring: Jan 16-May 31
- Summer 10W: Jun 1-Aug 31
- Summer 5W1: Jun 1-Jul 15
- Summer 5W2: Jul 16-Aug 31
- Exact duties, assigned work location(s), and start/end dates will be determined by the supervising faculty member. It is the student's responsibility to contact the assigned supervisor as soon as the job offer is accepted.
- The student must indicate acceptance of the job offer by returning the signed Acceptance Form, enclosed with the offer letter and linked above for your convenience.
- Actual start dates may be prior to the official payroll start date. The student will be paid the appropriate salary because the student is paid for weeks between the end of Finals Week and the payroll end date. For example, a TA may begin working on January 2nd at the direction of the supervisor to prepare for Spring classes.
- The number of hours worked per week as listed on the offer letter is expected of each student employee. The target number of hours listed on the Salary TA/RA/GSA Hours Tracking Form are expected of all salaried graduate student employees. The exact work schedule will be assigned by the supervisor.
- The student is responsible for using the Salary TA/RA/GSA Hours Tracking Form below, and must be initialed by the supervisor at least every two weeks during the term.
The Department of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology strongly supports the university’s non-discrimination policy. UNT Non-Discrimination Policy - It is the policy of the University of North Texas not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital status, disability, or veteran status, ancestry, genetic information or citizenship in the university’s educational programs and activities, application and admissions process, university facilities, or employment policies. The university complies with federal and state equal opportunity laws and regulations, and harassment and discrimination based on individual differences are inconsistent with the university’s mission and educational goals. The University takes active measures to prevent such conduct and immediately investigates and takes remedial action when appropriate. The University also prohibits and takes actions to prevent retaliation against individuals who report or file a charge of discrimination, harassment, or sexual violence; participate in an investigation, or oppose any form of discrimination, harassment, or sexual violence. Direct questions or concerns to the Office of Equal Opportunity 940-565-2759. TTY access: 940-369-8652 or 800-735-2989.
The National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional organization for students interested in human communication disorders. UNT has a local chapter, the UNT-NSSLHA group, that is both a social and service organization. The chapter's service events have included Habitat for Humanity, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, health fairs, books for the children, and new graduate student buddies. Guest speakers have lectured on cochlear implants, augmentative communication, and autism. Social events have included bowling and miniature golf competitions with department faculty and staff, parties, and the annual department banquet.
Membership in the local chapter is open to any UNT student. Local dues are $20 per school year or $15 per semester. Applications are available at the NSSLHA bulletin board in the student workroom of the Speech and Hearing Center. The faculty advisor is Mrs. Laren Mathews.
Membership in the national organization is encouraged and has added benefits associated with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. NSSLHA's web address is www.nsslha.org or 1-800-498-2071. National dues are $60 per the calendar year.
The Student Academy of Audiology is the national student organization of the American Academy of Audiology that serves as a collective voice for students and advances the rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in audiology. The SAA introduces students to lifelong involvement in activities that promote and advance the profession of audiology and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy for the profession and the public we serve. The faculty advisor is Dr. Katherine Alsop.
Other Student Resources
Student Technology Resources
College of Health & Public Service IT Links for Students
UNT Campus Student Computer Labs
Assistance with Canvas (online class delivery) via UNT CLEAR office
Installing free Microsoft Office 365 (available for all currently enrolled students and faculty/staff)
UNT University Information Technology Help Desk
ASLP Graduate Program Handbooks
Other Student Resources
UNT Libraries – The nerve center for teaching and academic research; includes a major collection of electronic journals, books and databases, and five campus facilities housing just under six million cataloged holdings (including periodicals, maps, documents, microforms, audiovisual materials, music scores, full-text journals, and books)
Dean of Students – assists with campus safety, student conduct, and any other needs not met by other campus offices, including reporting & support for survivors of crimes & violence (including sexual violence, harassment, and stalking), immediate assistance for students experiencing food insecurity at the UNT food pantry, and assistance with emergency housing resources for students struggling with housing insecurity
Equal Opportunity Office – The university's Division of Institutional Equity & Diversity offers a variety of resources for students to promote inclusion and equitable treatment, including a mechanism for filing formal complaints for students who have experienced discrimination or harrassment from a another member of the university community (faculty, staff, or student). Students also have the option to file an informal complaint with the Dean of Students office linked above.
Counseling & Testing Center – free on-campus therapeutic services & support for students in distress; also provides an array of ongoing weekly workshops to help you maintain mental health & wellness
Student Health & Wellness Center – on-campus medical clinic for UNT students; offers treatment for injuries, illnesses, and other medical issues with convenient access to on-site laboratory testing, x-rays, and pharmacy services
Student Money Management Center – on campus financial education services & financial personal coaching; also runs the university’s emergency loan programs
Career Center – provides career advising, coordinates internships & student employment, hosts career & employment fairs, sponsors networking events, and provides personal career development assistance (etiquette workshops, mock interviews, job shadowing, career education workshops, resume tips, etc.)
Office of Disability Accommodation – works to prevent discrimination on the basis of disability and to help students with disabilities reach a higher level of independence, learn more about their disabilities, develop techniques to facilitate individual learning styles, learn how to talk to faculty and staff about their needs and develop strategies to achieve goals
Learning Center – provides academic coaching, one-on-one tutoring, and links to resources and tools outside of the Learning Center to help you during your graduate career
Graduate Writing Support Center – GradWriting@unt.edu; provides assistance to graduate students with course papers, publications, a thesis, or a dissertation; tutors do more than proofreading, they can teach you strategies and techniques to improve your writing for the long term
Computing Services for Graduate Students – IT services provide a wide variety of computing services that are useful to graduate students – including research and statistical consulting, research data services, computer security tips & assistances, high-performance computing, Lynda.com courses, and much more
Library Services for Graduate Students – a wide range of library services commonly used by graduate students (checking out materials, interlibrary loan, laptop lending, article searching, special collections, etc.); subject/college-specific research librarians are also available
Student Success Resources – more resources for UNT students to assist you in making a smooth transition to life as a UNT student
ASLP Anonymous Student Reporting Form