The Center for Mexican American Studies at The University of Texas at Arlington (CMAS) was founded in 1994 by a legislative mandate promoted by Mexican American members of the Texas Legislature and their supporters. CMAS is an academic unit in the Office of the Provost dedicated to advancing the study and understanding of Mexican American and other Latino populations in the United States. The Center’s mission is threefold:
Administer an 18-hour academic minor in Mexican American Studies and advise students interested in pursuing the minor.
Promote research and the recruitment, retention, and professional development of UTA faculty actively engaged in studies on Latino issues.
Serve as a bridge between UTA and the Latino community in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex through various service outreach activities.
University of Texas at Arlington Box 19444 Arlington, TX 76019-0444
Address: Center for Mexican American Studies University of Texas at Arlington Swift Center 1022 UTA Blvd / P.O. Box 19444 Arlington, TX 76019
Location, Transportation, and Maps
Our Center is located on UTA Blvd./Summit St. in the Swift Center Building Suite 129
Guest Parking is located on Summit St. (Must have guest tag- Please Contact CMAS in advance to obtain one)
Shuttle rides every 10 to 15 minutes through the Express route shown in the map. In addition, there are 2 more shuttle rides: the Stadium Long Route A & B. Please visit www.uta.edu/maps for additional information.
Student parking is located in front of the CMAS entrance between Summit Avenue and UTA Blvd.
If you have any questions about CMAS, contact the Director, Dr. Christian Zlolniski at firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Assistant director, Dr. Ignacio Ruiz-Perez, at email@example.com