Prospective Student Center
At UT Arlington, you are a member of our community starting the moment you express interest in the university. The Prospective Student Center serves as the gateway to our community for all prospective students at UT Arlington, whether you are a domestic, international, undergraduate, or graduate student. At the PSC you can meet with an admissions counselor, apply to the university, turn in important documents, and learn about how you can be a Maverick.
An admissions counseling appointment helps make the admissions process go smoothly. Admissions counseling appointments cover a wide range of topics including why you should choose UT Arlington, how to apply, our admissions requirements, and the transfer process. Students who do not meet our freshman or transfer automatic admissions requirements can also meet with our admissions counselors to discuss their options for becoming a student at UT Arlington.
Please remember, that an admissions counselor can explain what courses will transfer to UT Arlington, but they cannot create a degree plan or advise students which courses they will need to take at UT Arlington to complete their degree. Degree plans are handled by academic advisors once you are admitted to the university.
Please call 817-272-2090 to make an appointment with an admissions counselor. Walk-in appointments are also welcome from 8:30 am - 11:30 am and 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm.
Applying to UT Arlington
Prospective students can fill out the online application for admission in our office using our computers. Our MavElite students will be there to answer questions about the application and the admissions process. Prospective students can also turn in documents to complete their application file. Remember to make sure that official documents are sealed.
Location, Hours, Contact information
The Prospective Student Center (PSC) is located in Davis Hall. For more information see our contact information.
M is for Mavericks
Fold your three middle fingers into your palm and extending your pinky and thumb to make the “M” in Mavericks.