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Advising and Registration

Due to the varied advising needs of International students advising is not scheduled into the orientation day. You will need to contact your advisor to be advised during your own, separate advising appointment. However, at orientation, we will acquaint you with the online registration process that you will use during your career at UT Arlington. If possible, students are encouraged to be advised prior to orientation so that we may assist you with the online registration process at orientation. 

Regardless of how you choose to schedule your advising, you must meet with your advisor before you will be allowed to register for any classes. Transfer students should bring all transcripts and test scores with them to their advising appointment if a transcript evaluation is not complete.  If you are unsure of the status of your transcripts please contact the Admissions Office at 817-272-6287 or www.uta.edu/admissions/ask

Graduate Students should contact their department regarding advising and class schedules. 

First-time freshman, transfer students with less than 30 credits, and undeclared majors are advised through the University Advising Center. Please visit the UAC appointment scheduling website to make an appointment or stop by the University Advising Center, located on the first floor of Ransom Hall.

Students who have transferred in more than 30 credits are advised by their specific college or department. If you are unsure who your advisor is, please click on the link below that is associated with the school or college of your intended major:

Registration

At UT Arlington, Class registration is completed through MyMav, the student registration system. Students will register for their classes at their orientation session if they have been cleared by their advisor. Students that have not met with an advisor before their orientation session will not be able to register for classes at orientation. Students are encouraged to contact their advisor as soon as possible after they have been admitted to the university to learn about the advising process for their department.

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