Information for First-Time Freshmen
Make it a reality.
If you’re ready, so are we. You’ve asked yourself the tough questions and found all the right answers. You know what you need to do before you apply. Maybe you’ve paid us a visit. You’ve found that you’re a good fit for us (and vice versa).
The next step? Apply.
We’ll be happy to work with you every step of the way. Starting with this section. You’ll find links to all the ways to become a student. And contact info for all the people who can help make that possible.
Please note: Incarcerated students are not eligible to apply for admission to UT Arlington. A student is not considered to be incarcerated if residing in a half-way house, or is sentenced to serve only on weekends or home detention.
Dr. Joseph Bohanon formed the Native American Alumni Alliance, which brings American Indian alumni together to support scholarships for the Native American Student Association.