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Departmental Brochures


The departments within the Division of Student Affairs regularly publish brochures highlighting departmental information. Please visit the links below for additional information on any of our departments.

Apartment and Residence Life
Published: July 2012

Apartment and Residence Life administers support, programming, resources, activities and a sense of community for the 4,000 students living on campus in six residence halls and 18 apartment communities. The department encourages student involvement and engagement in all residential communities. ARL also gives students a traditional residential experience by coordinating and promoting campus-wide programs.

BIT (Behavior Intervention Team)
Published: August 2012

The BIT is network of professionals that are committed to a caring, confidential program of identification, intervention, and response in order to provide students with the greatest chance of success and our community with the greatest level of protection.

Campus Recreation
Published: July 2012

The Department of Campus Recreation manages the Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 million, 190,000 square foot recreational facility accommodating a 20,000 square foot weight and fitness room, two indoor tracks, nine volleyball courts, two pools, and five indoor basketball courts, in addition to the Physical Education building, Fields Complex and The Green at College Park. The department also provides a vibrant year-long intramural and sport club line-up, fitness and wellness programming, personal training, massage, nutrition consultation, an aquatics program, and adaptive recreation programming.

The Leadership Center
Published: January 2012

The center helps students to build and strengthen their leadership skills while being inspired to create their own personal leadership style. Staff members teach students leadership fundamentals with the leadership minor and leadership certificate. The center also provides programming for students to build leadership skills and allows students to serve the UT Arlington community and beyond with the UTA Volunteers program.

The Office for Students with Disabilities
Published: September 2013

OSD provides services to students with all types of disabilities and works to ensure equal access to academic programs and materials on campus. The office houses the Adaptive Resource Center (ARC), which offers testing accommodations, proctoring, and use of assistive technology. The department offers alternative formats for print materials including electronic text and Braille.

The Parent & Family Center
Published: November 2012

The center serves as a resource for parents and guardians of UT Arlington students by keeping parents informed and involved. The staff presents informational sessions to over 1,700 parents and guests at New Parent Orientation each summer. The department also provides a network for parents and families through the Maverick Parent & Family Association. P&FC offers families a chance to spend a weekend on campus with the Parent and Family Weekend.

Relationship, Violence, and Sexual Assault Prevention Program
Published: August 2011

The Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention (RVSP) program provides education and awareness on sexual assaults, dating violence and stalking, support and referral services, advocacy, a 24-hour hotline for crisis support and programming on bystander intervention and community safety. The program provides Peer Educators who provide educational and awareness outreach on sexual assault prevention, dating violence, and stalking.

Student Conduct
Published: August 2012

The Office of Student Conduct works to uphold UT Arlington’s standards of honesty and integrity to ensure a safe community. The office educates the community regarding standards for student behavior and procedures used in the resolution of student disciplinary allegations.

Student Publications
Published: June 2010

Student Publications provides important news and information resources for the UT Arlington community through the award-winning student newspaper, The Shorthorn, in print, online and digital formats. The department also provides students with experience, leadership opportunities and training that complement coursework and helps prepare them for careers in journalism, advertising, marketing, and other fields.

Student Governance and Organizations
Published: August 2012

SGO oversees six programming areas including: Student Congress, Student Organizations, Graduate Student Senate, Freshmen Leaders On Campus (FLOC), UTA Ambassadors, and the UTA-HOSTS! Peer Mentoring Program. The department also serves as a guide for assisting students in becoming involved in student life on campus.

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