UNT Dallas Students Will Contribute Additional Resources Toward On-Campus Health Clinic and Student Counselors

January 24, 2018 – The University of North Texas at Dallas Student Government Association announced today that the university’s student fee referendum passed, with 56 percent of UNT Dallas students voting “yes” to a modest fee increase that will fund the creation of an on-campus health care clinic, staffed by a certified health practitioner, as well as the addition of counselors to assist students.

“The Student Government Association at UNT Dallas works hard to improve conditions on campus and in the classroom for our students to obtain their degree and find professional success after college,” said Erick Solis, SGA President. “Our SGA leadership supports the creation of an on-campus health care clinic with a certified health care practitioner on staff — this is a basic need for our now-residential community. More importantly, we all recognize the need for student support on campus and there simply weren’t enough counselors.

"Dedicating additional resources to student support is really a no-brainer. I would like to thank my fellow students for getting out to vote in record numbers, and for supporting these very important initiatives that will make UNT Dallas a better place for current students, who will inspire future generations of UNTD Trailblazers.”