About the Office of Dean of Students

The mission of the Office of the Dean of Students is to support the academic success, healthy personal development, and ethical and professional formation of students, and to support and sustain the College of Law as an educational, social, and professional community.

In carrying out this mission, the Office works closely with the faculty of the College of Law, the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, and other departments within the College of Law. 

As a student, your primary contact on issues of student life and student affairs is the Office of the Dean of Students, either in person or through forms and policies that this Office provides. The Office of the Dean of Students is led by two assistant deans. Your initial contact with the office can be with either assistant dean; depending on your request, one assistant dean may take the lead in providing assistance, guidance or resolution.

Rebecca Garza Greenan
Assistant Dean, Office of Dean of Students

Kevin Robinowich
Assistant Dean, Office of Dean of Students

OFFICE HOURS

Walk-in Hours:

Wednesdays:
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Available by Appointment:

Monday - Friday:
8:30 - 11:45 a.m.
1:30 
- 6:00 p.m.

Students are welcome to stop by any time the door is open.

*Subject to change due to holidays and building closures.

In order to provide optimal accessibility, appointments outside of office hours can be scheduled 3 business days in advance.  


Following are details and policies on major topics of interest.

ACADEMIC CALENDARS

ACADEMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM

A LOOK IN BRIEF AT THE INAUGURAL CLASS OF 2014

EXCUSED ABSENCE REQUEST FORM

ACADEMIC ADVISING AND COUNSELING

Students may schedule appointments with the Assistant Dean of Students for individualized academic advising and counseling.

DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS

PROFESSIONALISM

Honor Code

Code of Conduct

Recommended Attire

Dallas Bar Association Student Membership

Approximately 10,000 lawyers are members of the Dallas Bar Association (DBA).  The DBA, located at the Belo Mansion, 2100 Ross Avenue, was the first Texas Bar association to incorporate. The mission of the Dallas Bar Association is to serve and support the legal profession in Dallas and to promote good relations among lawyers, the judiciary, and the community. Law students may join the DBA at the rate of $10 per year. The UNT Dallas College of Law strongly encourages each of our students to become members of the DBA. Learn more about the Dallas Bar Association.

ADMISSION TO LAW PRACTICE IN TEXAS

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Forming Student Organizations

STUDENT SPACE ON CAMPUS

Lockers

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

WELLNESS

WELLCONNECT STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

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