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Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet

Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds-eye-view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan

major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies.

Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres

something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs

(If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students.

UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students!

From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan

major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies.

Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres

something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs

(If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students.

UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students!

From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan

major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies.

Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres

something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs

(If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students.

UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students!

From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan

major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies.

Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres

something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs

(If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students! From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students.

UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet


Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Heres a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Dont feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNTs Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if theres bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last years TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and theyre all free for TAMS Students!

From a birds eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! Theres something for everyone, and if you dont find something thats right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, theres something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you dont find something thats right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! Theyre not afraid to say hi, especially if youve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (its like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and theres a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.