Information for Counselors and Advisors
Counselors and Advisors
Every day you work hard making sure your students have every opportunity to reallize their full potential in a globally competitive world.
We've been working hard, too. Over the last decade, we've expanded exceptional research and experiential learning opportunities for our students in every discipline, giving them an edge as graduates. We've designed support structures so they can make the transition from high school or the community college and progress throughout their studies. And we've created a residential campus experience to help students develop a sense of belonging so they persist and graduate.
So let's work together.
Here are a few ways we can connect
You can schedule a one-on-one appointment to ensure that we have what you need for your students. Just contact us at 817-272-2090 to get started.
Breakfasts and Luncheons
Theses events provide counselors from multiple school districts the opportunity to learn about UT Arlington departments and resources. Contact your UTA admissions counselor at 817-272-2090 for more information.
Campus Visit Programs
We offer group tours for groups from 10-100. Group tours include a walking tour followed by an optional information session. We can also offer athletics outings to UT Arlington volleyball and basketball games for groups from 10-100. These outings include free tickets to home games.
We also offer daily tours Monday - Saturday for students who are ready to begin trying on college campuses.
A special event with workshops and socializing just for counselors. We offer a day program in November for local counselors and advisors. We also offer a two-day program for out-of-town counselors and advisors in June. Visit uta.edu/mavshowcase for more details.
Twice each semester, the Office of University Recruitment will publish two newsletters:
- MavConnect newsletter for community college counselors
- MavLink newsletter for high school counselors
Requesting Recruitment Materials
If you would like to have recruitment materials available for your students you can request those online. The request form is only for high school and community college. If you are a prospective student, please fill out the request more information form.
First of Many
Not only did Na Li earn her doctoral degree in computer science engineering in spring 2012, but she also became the first student to graduate in College Park Center.
Have a question about admission, but can't find the answer? Ask our mascot, Blaze Maverick. If he can't find the answer, he'll forward your question to one of our admissions counselors.