Pre-Orientation Action Items
Check these items off your list before you arrive at hsc!
Students in traditional programs are required to have their immunizations up-to-date. Please note that programs that are completely online (not just temporarily online because of COVID-19), will not need to have all required immunizations. Follow the link below for more information.
Students attending New Student Orientation may choose to disclose if they have a food allergy or dietary restriction below.
Student ID Badges
Students will need to submit information via the forms below in order to receive their ID badges at New Student Orientation
If you plan to park on campus while attending classes at UNTHSC, you will need a parking permit. Access to the parking permit portal will be available two weeks prior to new student orientation. A parking permit is not required during New Student Orientation.
Office of Disability Access
If you need a disability accommodation to fully participate in New Student Orientation, please contact the Office of Disability Access at the link below.
New students in clinical programs (TCOM, PA, PT, SCP) are required to complete a criminal background check prior to New Student Orientation. You will receive an email that instructs you on how to complete the background check. Please do not attempt to complete the background check until you receive the email.
Note: You will not have access to the site to submit your background check until you have been officially accepted.
The required CITI Training should be completed prior to orientation for the following programs (GSBS, TCOM, PA & SPH). Please complete the Human Subjects Research course only.
New students are asked to sign a photo release either agreeing to or declining permission for the use of photographic pictures and/or videos they may appear in.
Students in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences are required to complete training prior to orientation. Access to the sites will be available two weeks prior to orientation.
This page was last modified on July 21, 2021