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UTA Alumni Membership

Annual Memberships
Annual memberships are the easiest way to stay connected to your university. As an annual member, your dues support programs that generate thousands of dollars each year for student scholarships.

Lifetime Memberships
Lifetime memberships grow the association's operating endowment, a dedicated source of funds for future programs. Life members receive full alumni benefits, as well as a permanent life member card, life member window decal and a gift from the Alumni Association.

Membership Levels

  • $25 Second Year Graduate Membership (alumni out of school two years only)
  • $25 UTA Faculty/Staff Membership
  • $30 Senior Citizen Membership (65 years of age and older)
  • $45 Individual Membership
  • $70 Joint Membership
  • $100 Century Club Membership
  • $120 Three-Year Membership
  • $150 Joint Century Club Membership
  • $1,000 Lifetime Membership
  • $1,500 Joint Lifetime Membership

Membership Perks


  • Alumni Association membership card and window decal
  • UTA Magazine - three times annually
  • The Alumni Update Newsletter - two times annually
  • UTA Today e-mail newsletter
  • Library privileges
  • Alumni Computer Center online services at www.utaalumni.org
  • Free campus parking
  • Bookstore discount
  • Fitness center discount
  • Career development services
  • Discounts on most Continuing Education courses, seminars and conferences
  • Discount tickets to local movie theaters, theme parks, zoos and local fairs
  • Alumni networking opportunities


  • No fee UTA MasterCard
  • Liberty Mutual auto, home and personal insurance
  • Career development services
  • GradMed short-term medical insurance
  • Community service volunteer opportunities
  • North American Moving service
  • Hertz Car Rental Program
  • UTA license plate program
  • Diploma frames
  • Alumni travel programs
  • University Center discount
  • Alumni merchandise

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