Support and Social Groups For Students with Disabilities

NEW! Campus groups that enhance awareness of disabilities and/or provide support to students:

Speak Out UNT! is the university’s mental health awareness campaign aimed at getting the UNT community involved in the national fight to remove the stigma that surrounds mental illness and suicide. We also want to remind people about the mental health resources available at UNT and in the Denton community. Speak Out UNT means if you’re in need, reach out and tell someone who can help you. If you know of someone in need, become their advocate and help get them the support they need.

Active Minds is the only organization working to utilize the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses.

"Tuesday Night Flights" is an Autism group that provides an opportunity for students on the autism spectrum (Asperger's) to connect and just have fun! This is a fairly new group that usually meets from 5-7pm on Tuesday evening in Chilton Hall Rm 130; email Dr. Linda Holloway to find out for certain when and where the next meeting is held at

Eagle Peer Recovery student lead addiction support group

Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society for students with disabilities if you have completed 24 credits, have a 3.1 or higher GPA as an undergrad or have at least 18 credits and a 3.3gpa as a grad student plus you have registered with the ODA; you may be eligible to join this prestigious honor society. To inquire about joining email

Veteran's Connect is a support/social group for all Veteran's at UNT.  The transition from military life to university life can be confusing and create a lot of stress. Join us for an uncensored, tell it like it is, conversation about your experiences making this transition.They will be meeting in Room 123 of Sage Hall from 3pm-4:30pm email for questions.

Group Counseling is offered on many topics at the UNT Counseling and Testing Office