Take Flight With Tuesday Night Flights!
Tuesday Night Flights is the a member driven student organization for UNT students on the spectrum as well as anyone who is interested in raising autism awareness.
Tuesday Night Flights strives to provide its members the opportunity to have a very large say in what we do each week as well as ideas for special projects. Due to this meetings vary, but usually consisting of; topic discussions, brainstorming and planning events, movie nights, video game nights, off campus field trips, guest speakers, table top games, free food and much more!
Overall Tuesday Night Flights offers a friendly, understanding, and judgment free place where Members can come to just hang out, discuss special interests and make new friends with peers who either live with or live around autism spectrum disorder.
Our officer team works hard to provide a stress free, friendly and above all comfortable environment for all our members and will provide reasonable individual accommodations whenever they are requested.
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Our mission is to further public awareness of what life on the autism spectrum truly means while providing a safe, supportive, environment for members to discuss possible solutions for everyday challenges students on the spectrum often encounter in the workplace, at school and especially during social interactions
This is the total number of ACTIVE members (all of which should be UNT students) who participate in activities of the organization. This is NOT the number of students who signed up on an interest list, nor the number of students the organization "governs" (if the organization is a governing body over groups of students or other organizations).
As listed in the organization's constitution (e.g., dues, attendance, GPA). If none, write "None."
All members must be willing to sign and adhere to the expectations outlined within the Tuesday Night Flights Bill of Rights for acceptable member conduct.
Every Tuesday Night from 5.30-7 pm in Chilton hall Room 130 (Fall and Spring semesters)
This is a full-time UNT employee, either faculty or staff. Do NOT precede or succeed their name with a title or license, such as "Dr." or "Ph.D."
Linda Holloway, Ph.D.
This is a UNT address, typically firstname.lastname@example.org. Entering a misspelled or incorrect email address will cause the profile submission to be denied and delay the organization's registration.
In order for this profile submissoin to be approved, it must be reviewed by the primary advisor. Please notify your advisor to be on the lookout for a review request email from OrgSync. Once reviewed by the advisor, the profile will be submitted to Student Activities for review.
Full Name on record with UNT.