Take Flight With Tuesday Night Flights!
Tuesday Night Flights is the a member driven student organization for UNT students with neurodiversity, such as autism, ADHD, anxiety, etc., and those who are looking to raise awareness.
Tuesday Night Flights strives to provide its members with the opportunity to have a say in what we do each week, as well as ideas for special projects. Due to this, meetings vary, but normally consist 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.
Our officer team works hard to provide a stress free and comfortable environment for all our members and will do our best to provide reasonable individual accommodations whenever they are requested.
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Our mission is to ultimately provide a safe place for students with neurodiversity to come and meet others. We strive to create a relaxed and understanding environment for all members, no matter the diagnosis. Join us on Tuesdays for pizza, games, and acceptance.
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As listed in the organization's constitution (e.g., dues, attendance, GPA). If none, write "None."
All members must be students of the University of North Texas, and must show respect to other members as described in the TNF Constitution.
Every Tuesday night from 5:30-7 pm in Union 394 (Spring 2018 semester)
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