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The Division of Student Affairs regularly publishes a quarterly divisional newsletter.

The quarterly divisional newsletter is published on the first of January, April, August, and October. The publication includes five regular sections (a student profile, staff profile, department profile, awards and accolades, and departmental news) in addition to a personal letter from the Vice President for Student Affairs. It also includes insider information on signature UT Arlington events like Welcome Week, the Bed Races, Homecoming, The Big Event, and SpringFest, an at a glance calendar, links to our social media accounts and discount program, and more.

Student Affairs Publications

The VPSA office regularly produces two print publications, our brochure and progress report. You can view additional departmental publications by contacting any of our departments. For departmental contact information please visit the Staff Directory page.

Student Affairs Brochure
Published: July 2010

The brochure includes information on how students can become engaged in student life through short summaries of the roles of our departments and student organizations, in addition to a departmental contact list and some great photography and student quotes.

Progress Report
Published: March 2009

"Engaging, Leading, Learning" is the title of the most recent Student Affairs progress report. Inside you will find more detailed information on our departmental and programmatic achievements, updates, award recognitions, and much more all packaged in a beautifully-designed booklet filled with bright photography.

Tailgating Brochure
Published: August 2012

Tailgating, a much-loved tradition at sporting events around the country has made its way to UT Arlington. In Fall 2012, the University began hosting enthusiastic students, community member, and other Maverick fans that want to show their support for the home teams before and after the games. Please see the attached brochure for information on tailgating at UT Arlington.

Maverick Guidebook
Published: May 2013

The revamped Maverick Guidebook was published for the first time in May 2010 and took the place of the Mav Dates and Data bound booklet. This publication is given to every incoming student during orientation and is comprised of two pieces: an informational guidebook and a workbook for students to compile and organize important information.

The guidebook is a collection of university information that serves as many students’ first official welcome to Maverick Country. The book includes information on campus landmarks, Maverick lingo, information on academics, financial aid, tutoring, student services, parking, campus safety, athletics, student groups, healthy living, and more.

The workbook includes orientation information, academic and event calendars, important policy and academic regulations, university maps, student portal registration instructions, and more.

The Division is proud to note that this publication won the 2010 National Orientation Directors Association Conference (NODAC) Publications Showcase Award for Outstanding Handbook at the October 2010 conference in St. Louis, Missouri.

Parent Resource Guide
Published: May 2013

This resource guide was published for the first time in May 2013. The guide contains a plethora of information for all incoming students and their parents and families. It includes information on academic programs and organizations, getting involved, financial aid, staying healthy, campus resources, and much more.

Traditions and Transitions Booklet
Published: July 2010

This publication showcases UT Arlington’s rich history and most recent endeavors and is published annually by Student Governance and Organizations. Look inside for more information on how you can express your pride, energy, and loyalty to the University. Some booklet highlights include a list of important dates, historical information, blurbs on signature events like Homecoming and Convocation, campus brags, distinguished alumni, historical buildings, places of interest, and much more.

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