The goal of continuity planning is to reduce or eliminate the impacts of disruptions.

Disruptions of all kinds can happen at any time. A disruption is any event that may inhibit the normal operations of the university—such as a winter storm, pandemic, natural disaster, or widespread utility outage. Some examples of recent large-scale disruptions to UNT include Winter Storm Uri (2021) and the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020). Disruptions may also occur on a smaller scale, such as a localized flood, building construction, equipment maintenance, or a flu outbreak amongst a team. 

Continuity planning involves identifying your unit's critical functions, key resources, and information technology tools and planning for how you would protect those functions during a disruption.

Continue exploring this website to learn more about continuity planning at UNT. The University uses Mean Green Ready!, an online tool specific to institutions of higher education. For access to Mean Green Ready! or assistance in creating a plan, contact

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