New Student Late Arrival Request

Late Arrival

The standard UNT arrival deadline for Fall 2022 is August 26th, 2022. We strongly recommend that you plan on arriving before August 26, 2022 to allow you time to find housing, finalize enrollment and payments, and orient yourself with Denton prior to the start of classes on Monday, August 29th, 2022. If you cannot arrive prior to August 26th, you may be eligible for a late arrival. You can request permission to arrive after August 26th via iNorthTX. Please note: the late arrival request will not be available prior to July 11th to allow enough time for you to secure your earliest visa appointment. Please make every effort to secure your visa and flights to the United States prior to August 26th and only request a late arrival if absolutely necessary.

Undergraduate Students

The last date that you can arrive for Fall 2022 is August 28th, 2022. You must complete the Late Arrival E-Form in iNorthTX to be approved for the updated arrival deadline. 

Graduate Students

Personal Funds: If you have not received UNT funding, the last date that you can arrive for Fall 2022 is September 4th, 2022. You must complete the Late Arrival E-Form in iNorthTX to be approved for the updated arrival deadline. 

UNT Funding: If you have received UNT funding through a TA or GA position, the last date that you can arrive for Fall 2022 is determined by your academic department. You must receive a letter from your academic department on letterhead that indicates your approved late arrival date. After you have received this letter, complete the Late Arrival E-Form in iNorthTX to be approved for the updated arrival deadline. The Late Arrival E-Form will require that you upload your department's approval letter before submitting. 

Graduate Student Department Support Letter Template (language not required but suggested)

To Whom It May Concern: 

DEPARTMENT NAME has approved a late arrival for STUDENT NAME. STUDENT NAME can arrive as late as MM/DD/YYYY and the department will guarantee full time enrollment at 9 credit hours with at least 6 credit hours of on-campus/face-to-face classes for STUDENT NAME.

Sincerely,

DEPARTMENT CHAIR

If you have any questions, please contact ISSS at I20@unt.edu