Better Together division logo2019 Division Meeting information 

The 2019 Division Wide Meeting will be May 20, 2019. The theme for this year is "Better Together" -- because it's by working together that we make our division and UNT better and stronger.


April update

RSVPs for lunch and learning sessions are now open! Division Wide Meeting flier that lists RSVP for lunch and learning sessions and follow up information on Spirit Videos and Food Drive.

Lunch RSVP: Those who are attending the Division Wide Meeting can RSVP for lunch by emailing by May 1.

Learning Sessions Sign Up: Division Wide Meeting participates may take up to two learning sessions. Session 1 is from 1-2:15 pm and has 12 different session offerings. Session 2 is from 2:30-4 pm and has 9 different session offerings. Learn more about these sessions and how to sign up so you have a guaranteed spot:

We are still seeking spirit videos that show our division members in action on the job and displaying their UNT and division spirit. If you have questions, you can reach out to

Boxes should now be in all offices for the Division Food Drive to benefit the UNT Food Pantry. For pick-up or questions, reach out to

March update

Our division is the spring/summer sponsor for the UNT Food Pantry. Our contribution of non-perishable food and toiletries helps students in need. We will again collect items from now through July 2019. Boxes are put in division offices throughout the month of March and early April to collect items. A list of most needed items is on each of the boxes.

Division employees are encouraged to show their spirit and passion for work at UNT and in the division with a 3 minute or less Spirit Video. This year’s meeting theme is “Better Together.” Spirit Videos can reflect the theme or focus on team spirit. Those videos are due by April 30 to Hurley 213 or email to

February updatePhoto of Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour

Our honored guest speaker for this year’s Division Wide Meeting is Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour, who was the first African American female combat pilot in the United States. Her message is one of persevering through hardship to achieve your goals. Armour propelled herself from beat cop to combat pilot in a record-breaking three years. She has seen a lot of "firsts" in her career, prior to joining the Marines she was the first African American female to serve as a police officer in Tempe, Arizona, she was number one in her flight school class, and she was named 2001 Camp Pendleton Female Athlete of the Year. She is a former captain in the United States Marines who has been inspiring people since 2007 with her message to make gutsy moves and create breakthrough results. 

January update

Learning session suggestions will be taken between now and Feb. 15. Find the proposal form here. For more information, contact

Spirit video submissions are due by April 30. Videos can use the theme "Better Together" or simply be about the division spirit. Please keep videos to 3 minutes or less. Entries may be submitted to the division office at Hurley 213 or emailed to

Our division's annual charity benefits the UNT Food Pantry. Donation boxes and a list of needed items will be sent to departments in March. 

Information on RSVPs to the breakfast (for night shift staff) and lunch (for day shift staff) will be coming soon.