Stay Smart. Stay Strong. Stay Safe.

UNT’s top priority while responding to the COVID-19 global health crisis is to help keep our students, faculty and staff as safe as possible. UNT has launched a campuswide Health and Safety Awareness campaign to ensure that all members of the UNT family are aware of, understand and abide by the safety precautions the university has established to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

This is especially important as faculty and staff begin the return to campus work locations and students arrive back on campus for Summer II and Fall.

The Division of University Brand Strategy and Communications and Facilities are working together to produce and install appropriate signage communicating the safety concepts and measures across campus. UNT is working to reduce the need for individual units to produce their own signage as much as possible.

Some of the campaign’s signs (print only - not for digital use) are available for you to download, print and place in your office, classroom or study area, should you need additional copies.


Flex Your Feathers

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors to maintain at least six feet of social distance between them and any other people.

Flex Your Feathers: An Eagle's wingspan is six feet - remember to leave at least that much space between you and others.


Here, Heroes Wear Masks

This sign communicates the recommendation that all campus community members must wear a face covering at all times when not eating or drinking.

Here, Heroes Wear Masks: Keep yourself and others in our Mean Green Family safe by wearing a face covering at all times when not eating or drinking.


Mask Wear & Care Tips

This sign communicates how to put on, wear, remove and care for masks.

HERE, HEROES WEAR MASKS. Keep yourself and others in our Mean Green Family safe by wearing a face covering at all times when not eating or drinking. HOW TO PUT ON YOUR FACE COVERING CORRECTLY: Wash your hands before putting on your face covering. Put it over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin. Try to fit it snugly against the sides of your face. Make sure you can breathe easily. BE SURE YOU ARE WEARING YOUR FACE COVERING CORRECTLY: Wear a face covering that covers your nose and mouth to help protect others in case you’re infected with COVID-19 but don’t have symptoms. Wear a face covering in public settings when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when it may be difficult for you to stay six feet apart. Wear a face covering correctly for maximum protection. Don’t put the face covering around your neck or up on your forehead. Don’t touch the face covering, and, if you do, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer to disinfect. HOW TO TAKE YOUR FACE COVERING OFF CORRECTLY: Untie the strings behind your head or stretch the ear loops. Handle only by the ear loops or ties. Fold outside corners together. Place covering in the washing machine (learn more about how to wash cloth face coverings). Be careful not to touch your eyes, nose, and mouth when removing and wash hands immediately after removing. And don’t forget to store your mask some place safe — where it won’t get contaminated.


Tidy Your Talons

This sign reminds community members and visitors to wash their hands frequently or use hand sanitizer.

Tidy Your Talons: Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer frequently. Avoid handshakes and other interactions that could spread germs.


Leap Into Action

This sign provides a reminder to faculty and staff to disinfect high-touch surfaces in their workspaces at the start of each shift.

Leap Into Action: Wipe down high-touch surfaces in your workspace at the start of your shift, including cabinets, drawers, frequently touched handles such as those on refrigerators and microwaves, and commonly used objects like coffeepots.


Not Feeling Super?

This sign encourages campus community members and visitors to stay home when they are sick.

Not Feeling Super? Stay in your nest - and get some rest.


Entrance Only

This sign alerts campus community members and visitors that this particular door or entry way is to be used only for entering the space.

Entrance Only. Please enter the space using this door only to help maintain social distancing.


Exit Only

This sign alerts campus community members and visitors that this particular door or entry way is to be used only for exiting the space.

Exit Only. Please exit the space using this door only to help maintain social distancing.


Empty Nest

This sign alerts campus community members and visitors that this room or area is off limits and they should not enter the space because it is being disinfected.

Empty Nest. Please no entry. No hay entrada. This space is currently sealed for disinfecting.


This Area Is Closed

This sign alerts campus community members and visitors that this room or area is off limits and they should not enter the space because it is being disinfected.

This Area is Closed. Please no entry. No hay entrada. This space is currently sealed for disinfecting.


Keep It Smart — Stay 6 Feet Apart

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors that they need to keep the furniture in the area or room positioned as they found it and not move it.

Keep it Smart — Stay 6 Feet Apart. Please leave furniture as arranged.


In Here, We Go The Distance

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors that they need to keep the furniture in the area or room positioned for proper social distancing.

In Here, We Go The Distance. Pay close attention - but leave the furniture socially distant.


Resist Rearranging Your Roost

This sign reminds the campus community members and visitors that they need to keep the furniture in the area or room positioned as they found it and not move it.

Resist Rearranging Your Roost. Please leave furniture as currently organized.


Rules Of The Roost

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors about necessary behaviors within the space, including leaving the furniture as it has been placed, using tape on the floor as a guide for proper social distancing and to throw away food and drinks before entering the space.

Rules of the Roost. Please leave furniture as arranged, use tape as a guide for appropriate social distancing. Please dispose of food/drinks before entering this space.


Masks On, Buzz In

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors to put on face coverings before ringing a bell to be given access to an area.

Masks On, Buzz In. Please ensure face coverings are secured and ring bell for assistance.


Take A Stand

This sign reminds campus community members and visitors to properly social distance by standing on these floor signs, which are positioned 6 feet apart.

Take a Stand. Perch here for social distancing.