We welcome all students to access the information and links below on various university-wide related student services.
The student services listed below are non-Student Affairs services. For additional information on the resources provided by The Division of Student Affairs, please visit the Student Affairs Offices dropdown menu along the left side of your screen or contact the VPSA office at 817‑272‑6080 or email@example.com.
Ransom Hall, Suite 102
We invite and remind all current and prospective students to reference the University College website for a wide array of very useful information. The college was opened in fall 2010 and is dedicated to the success of all students by utilizing the college’s vast array of support resources and programs designed to aid students of all classifications.
University College provides a one-stop shop for all things related to academic advising, Freshman Interest Groups (FIGS), learning communities, major exploration, the McNair Scholars program, testing services, student support services, supplemental instruction, tutoring, University Studies, and the veteran’s seminar. For more information on the services provided by the college and how it can help you, please contact this department at 817-272-0777.
Davis Hall, New Student Welcome Center, Room 123
Phone: 817-272-6287 (MAVS)
The Office of Admissions is an on-campus hub welcoming all new and prospective students to Maverick country. The center provides information on application and admittance to the University, costs and finances, choosing your major, campus tours, visiting the campus, Preview Day, information for freshman, transfer and international students, high school visits, the Texas Success Initiative, residency requirements, and much more. For more information, please contact the Welcome Center at 817-272-6287.
Get a taste of the innovative creations that Dining Services has in store for students at the various locations on campus including the Market at the MAC, all-you-can-eat dining in the Connection Café, the Plaza Food Court with options like Chick-fil-A, Starbucks, Sushic and Subway, the Central Library Café, and University Club restaurant in Davis Hall.
Please visit the Dining Services website for information on locations, menus, meal plans, catering, employment and updated information on the center’s efforts to promote campus-wide sustainability and an extensive list of fresh and healthy eating options.
Davis Hall, Suite 252
The Financial Aid and Scholarships office provides users with useful and important information about the programs offered through UT Arlington and the process to apply for and receive funding. The office offers a wide variety of scholarships, grants, and work, and loan programs to assist with funding the college education of students and families of all income levels.
Remember to visit the site for updated requirements and deadlines or call the office at 817-272-3561.
C.R. Gilstrap Athletic Center, 1309 West Mitchell Street
The UT Arlington Athletics department is home to the men’s athletic teams (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, tennis, track and field) and women’s athletic teams (basketball, cross country, softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball) in addition to a summer camp, Maverick club, and much more.
We invite you to show your Maverick spirit and pride by coming out for a game and cheering on our athletic teams. Engage with the community and grow your Maverick pride. Also, visit the website for updated information on games, incentives, to arrange a facility tour, or to purchase Maverick apparel.
Obtain your student ID (Mav ID), manage your ID number, Mav Money (to be used on campus and at various off-campus restaurants and retailers), or manage your access privileges to residence halls or labs.
1225 W. Mitchell St. (J.D. Wetsel Building)
There is much more than getting a permit to park on campus. Find out about UT Arlington Maverick Shuttles, Mav Ride escort, and Security escort offered on campus via this video and also on the Parking Department's website.
UTA will break ground this fall on the $125 million next-generation Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building, a cutting-edge facility designed to enhance collaborative research.