Health Science Center to close for winter break

The UNT Health Science Center will close at noon Friday, Dec. 22.

UNTHSC will remain closed through Monday, Jan. 1, for the winter holiday. All classes and administrative offices will be closed during this time.

Normal operations will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, at 8 a.m.

All clinics staffed by UNT Health physicians will be closed Monday, Dec. 25; and Monday, Jan. 1; and will be open otherwise.

Gibson D. Lewis Library will close at 12 noon Dec. 22, will be closed Dec. 23-Dec. 25 and then will have modified hours through Jan. 1.

Fitness Center will close at 12 noon Dec. 22, will be closed Dec. 23-Jan. 1 and will reopen at 6 a.m. Jan. 2.

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