In addition to standard UNT retiree privileges and benefits, UNTRA members are invited to participate in all UNTRA programs and events, to receive updates on benefits and other matters of importance to UNT retirees, and to have representation in various forums of the University.

Standard retiree benefits include:


  • A free 'HF' permit to park in any FS lot. Get your permit online or at the Avenue A entrance of the parking building, corner of Highland and Avenue A. UNT Retiree ID card is required.

Retiree Access to UNT Email Accounts

UNTRA officers worked closely with the Provost's Office to make sure that all UNT retirees will be able to have a regular UNT email account just like current UNT employees. We are happy to report that the revised procedures, in the link below, accomplish that and are now in place.

You can find more IT Resources for retirees at

Sporting Events

  • Two free tickets to each Mean Green home sporting event with space available.

UNT Campus Facilities

  • Access to cafeterias, library, and recreational facilities.

Special Events

  • Discounts for liberal arts programs and cultural events on campus.
    • For more information, visit our Events page.


  • The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UNT is a lifelong learning program with classes, events, and trips designed by and for adults 50 and better. Learn more at
    • A discounted annual membership rate of $75 is available for members of UNTRA. 


Off-Campus Access To The UNT Libraries' Electronic Databases

In addition to Circulation and Inter Library Loan Services, UNT Retirees now have access to UNT Libraries' Electronic Databases. Most subscription-based electronic databases and e-journals will require you to login with your EUID and password. UNT Retirees may need to reactivate their UNT EUID following these easy steps.

UNT Retirees who are having problems with their access to the Libraries' services should contact the Library Help Desk ( or 940-565-3024).

How to Take Undergraduate Courses at UNT

The UNT Retiree Association cannot enroll individuals in courses being offered by UNT's academic divisions. If you wish to enroll in an undergraduate course being offered by one of UNT's academic divisions, please consider the options below.

Auditing Undergraduate Courses

  • The university’s official policy on auditing a course is listed here:  
    • Here is the relevant portion of that policy: “A person 65 years of age or older may enroll as an auditor and observer without credit and without payment of a fee, if space is available and if approved by the department chair and the appropriate dean. Such enrollment entitles the person to library privileges, but not to instruction in applied music or physical education, the use of laboratory equipment and supplies, or admission to university-sponsored fine arts events.”

Senior Citizen Tuition Exemption

The Office of the Registrar (940-565-2111), along with Student Accounting and University Cashiering Services (940-565-3225), are the correct entities to assist you with auditing a class or claiming a tuition exemption.

Online Minicourses

The Professional Development Institute (, 800-433-5676), in partnership with ed2go, offers online open enrollment programs designed to teach professional level skills in a variety of areas. Minicourses cover a range of subjects from computer applications to foreign languages. To view the full catalog of minicourses, go to