Welcome to the Maverick Family
We know you are critical partners in your student’s education and we understand the importance of building a strong relationship with you as soon as your student joins our campus community.
Earning a college degree is a concerted team effort. Students must learn how to balance long hours of dedicated study while figuring out what the college experience means for them as they make plans for the future. We’ll ensure they have every resource available for success while they’re in school and beyond.
And you. You will keep doing what you’ve always done. You’ll offer your consistent, loving support. You’ll guide them through the hard times and be their biggest cheerleaders through the best times. And you’ll be right there with them, arms open, as they reach the finish line, walking off the stage with their degrees in hand.
For now, we begin the great task of getting started. The first year at UTA is crucial for students as they establish themselves, get comfortable, and start determining exactly what they want their college experience to look like.
The Parent & Family Center is dedicated to building and strengthening that relationship by providing opportunities for your family to stay connected, get involved and seek support. We know that the more informed and connected you are as a family, the better we can work together to help our students achieve their goals.
This website will provide information on the programs and services offered by the Parent & Family Center, as well as links and information about parents’ most frequently asked questions and student-centered resources on campus.
Please explore the site, check back regularly and feel free to call or email us if you have any questions or concerns. Engaging, educating and supporting the entire family are three of our top priorities. We look forward to partnering with you!
UTA Parent & Family Center Team
DID YOU KNOW?
Being an involved parent or family member is crucial to your student's success.
Students need to know they have support as they make the transition from high school to college, and each semester thereafter.
Research studies show that the more parents are involved, the more likely their students will remain enrolled and persist to graduation.