UTA Volunteers is a student group that plans and implements volunteer opportunities, social awareness programs and community engagement for UTA and the surrounding community. Our purpose is to promote active citizenship and strengthen our community by creating a role for students to become involved in and provide tools and resources to the UTA community.
Why should I volunteer?
Volunteering feels good! Volunteering is about giving back to the community, getting to know others, spending volunteering time with friends, sharing expertise to help with unique projects, gaining new experiences, and acquiring new skills. Volunteering is about building a close relationship with your community and offering your hands and mind to help others. Our community needs helping hands and who better to do it than a Maverick!
What's my role?
Attend our general body meetings to help plan events. Our general body meetings are every Tuesday at 2:00 pm in the Student Congress Chambers, located in the upper level of the University Center.
You can also be elected for a Director position or serve as an Event Chair. Directors lead a UTA Volunteers committee and are responsible for overseeing programs and services and developing agency partnerships within the community. Event chairs are elected to plan and implement specific programs throughout the school year.
Anyone can get involved with UTA Volunteers. As a undergraduate or graduate student, you are welcome to participate in UTA Volunteers programs and services.
UTA Volunteers Office
The Leadership Center
E.H. Hereford University Center, Lower Level
UTA Box 19348
Arlington, TX 76019