CONGRATULATIONS, HPS Class of 2020! 

You are resilient, you are dedicated, and you have overcome challenges that no one before you has. We're sorry we can't celebrate with you in person, but we want you to know that we’re incredibly proud of you.

About UNT’s College of Health and Public Service

The College of Health and Public Service (HPS) at the University of North Texas prepares graduates to address complex social issues such as aging, disability, disaster, criminal justice, cultural disparities employment, health, public administration and public safety. We have seven academic departments with undergraduate and graduate programs, the Center for Public Management, the UNT Speech and Hearing Center, the Collegiate Recovery Program and a number of professional development and clinical training programs. 

HPS students train to become educators, researchers and professionals who strengthen our communities by serving as audiologists, behavior analyists, city managers, emergency managers, health care administrators, public safety administrators, public health specialists, rehabilitation counselors, speech language pathologists, social workers and more. 

TO ALL HPS STUDENTS 

Dean Neale ChumblerDear Student,

Thank you for your patience as our faculty and staff have worked to create a plan to shift your instruction to an alternate mode of delivery for the remainder of the semester. The health and safety of our HPS family are our top priority, and in order to ensure your academic experience remains of the highest quality, it was important that we take this time to prepare.

In many cases, your faculty will be using Canvas and/or ZOOM to provide you as rich of a learning experience as possible. You can learn more about each of these tools at http://learnanywhere.unt.edu. For any classes that will continue to meet on-campus, we will be using social distancing for student and faculty safety.

Your faculty will be contacting you before Friday either via email or Canvas to let you know the specifics about how your classes will be delivered and their expectations. If you have any concerns or questions about your classes, please reach out to your instructor through email or the Canvas portal.

Our undergraduate advisors are still available virtually. Students can setup appointments by visiting https://appointments.unt.edu/ramonline/ or sending an email to hpsadvisingservices@unt.edu. Graduate students can contact your departments directly for your advising needs. You can learn more about UNT’s response to COVID-19 at https://healthalerts.unt.edu/. The website is updated regularly.

UNT is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community and dedicated to providing you with a top-tier education. We will continue to provide high-quality instruction so that you can succeed, progress and achieve your academic goals.

Warm regards,

Dean Neale Chumbler

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 Neale Chumbler
 Dean & Professor
 Neale.Chumbler@unt.edu

College of Health and Public Service

UNT's College of Health and Public Service (HPS) takes academics beyond the classroom and into the community through hands-on experience across a variety of social issues.

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