Volunteer and Community Resource Management
The Volunteer and Community Resource Management Certificate is an official UNT credential that appears on student transcripts. It is designed for students who are specifically interested in working with volunteers to help address a particular community issue or need.
To obtain the undergraduate certificate, a student must complete 12 hours of course work—9 hours of required courses and 3 hours of electives.
|Course||Required – Must take all three courses||Typically Offered|
|PACS 4240||Volunteer Management Concepts & Applications||Fall|
|PACS 4250||Community Resource Mapping & Collaboration||Spring|
|PACS 4260||Volunteer Program Planning & Evaluation||Fall|
|Course||Electives – Choose one course||Typically Offered|
|PACS 4200||Leadership Theory & Practice for Volunteer Managers||Fall|
|PACS 4230||Social Evolution of Contemporary Volunteerism||Spring|
Individuals interested in obtaining this certificate must be enrolled at UNT and indicate their intention of completing the certificate with their academic advisor. For more information on this certificate, please contact the program advisor, Trey Anderson.
Students should apply to receive the certificate the semester they successfully complete all the necessary coursework (see table above). Successful completion means that students must have a cumulative average of 3.0 (B) or higher in their four certificate courses. Any course with a final grade less than a "C" will not count toward this credential irrespective of the cumulative grade point average in certificate courses.
Applications for the certificate are available at College of Public Affairs & Community Service Advising Office in Chilton Hall - 289. Applications are first reviewed by the Advising Office and then submitted to the Registrar's Office for processing.
|Semester of last course||Application due date||Certificate mailed|
|Fall||November 15th||End of February|
|Spring||April 15th||End of June|