SPH Orientation Information



School of Public Health (SPH)

Orientation Dates:

SPH Spring Orientation 2017: Students will be enrolled in an Online Orientation course on a rolling basis depending upon date of admittance. If you are receiving a technology package as part of your program, you will be receiving an email with the date to pick up your lap-top and receive technology training.

SPH  Fall Orientation 2017: August 7th-11th, 2017 

**International students are required to complete the online orientation and the International Student Orientation.  Information on International Student Orientation can be found HERE.


Please attend the School of Public Health Academic Advising & Registration Session (SPHAAR) to register for your courses. 

You will need your EUID to register for classes. Your EUID is the login required to access the UNTHSC student information system, and was emailed to you during the admissions process.


UNT Health Science Center has an Online Bookstore for students to purchase textbooks.  If you are looking to purchase new or used textbooks, please visit: www.unthsc.bkstr.com

Additional offerings include Digital Textbooks and specially priced Microsoft and Adobe software.

UNT Health Science Center and Alumni Association merchandise are also available for purchase through the Online Bookstore.  Shop the website to purchase a t-shirt, car decal or coffee mug!


For students entering in Fall 2017, a university-issued technology package will be provided to certain degree programs. Information regarding the technology package can be found HERE.

Immunization Requirements

Immunization requirements for ALL UNTHSC students can be found here.  

Screening for tuberculosis is an annual requirement of all UNTHSC students. Students who have not received a vaccination against tuberculosis or who have not tested positive in the past to tuberculosis can easily be screened for tuberculosis via a skin test (PPD). Skin tests will be provided at several events on campus. This service is completely free and optional. Those who do not attend the mass screening events must get screened by their primary care provider by skin test, blood test, or chest x-ray. New students must provide 2 skin tests due to the boosting effect of latent tuberculosis. This means that new students may need to get an additional skin test after their first screening. More information can be found on the website: www.unthsc.edu/immunizations. Questions about immunization and screening requirements can be made to health@unthsc.edu.



SPH Office of Admissions

Student Service Center, Suite 120

3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Fort Worth, TX 76107

Phone: 817-735-2401

Email: sph@unthsc.edu

This page was last modified on April 21, 2017