Tk20 Campus Tools

To purchase a student account please visit Tk20 Campus Tools. Then click on the blue link that says “Click here to register your Tk20 purchase from the Bookstore”. This should take you to a screen to purchase your account. If you have any questions please email the Tk20 Administrator at

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For questions regarding this system, please contact the Tk20 system administrator:

Alyssa Strong - Tk20 Administrator

Phone: 940 369-5157

Choose a link below to log in to Tk20:

Tk20 recommends the use of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Tk20's autosave frequency has been reduced to every 10 minutes. If you are performing any activities that take less than 10 minutes, be sure to save manually by clicking "Save" or "Save Draft."

Purchasing Tk20


Click here to purchase a Tk20 student account online or register an account purchased at the UNT Bookstore

Activation can take up to 3 days, though the most frequent duration is 1 hour

Log in above with your regular UNT account information once your account is active


UNT's College of Education uses Tk20 CampusTools™ as a comprehensive online data management system for all student activities in programs leading to certification for teachers or other school personnel. Students enrolled in certification program coursework are required to subscribe to Tk20 to complete course assignments and to facilitate evaluations for courses, field experiences, and student teaching or internship/practicum.

The system enables students to participate and manage their academic activities throughout their college experience. This system allows students to:

  • Create and submit key assignments online.

  • Conduct online evaluations involving instructors, field mentors/supervisors, and students.

  • Create electronic portfolios documenting course work.

  • Keep records of field experience work and experience with student teaching/clinical practice (field assignments, field experience, student teaching, clinical practice and internships).

  • Submit forms online, including applications for student teaching and other field experiences for certification.