The University of Texas at Arlington

Parents Update

Introduction

The UT Arlington Upward Bound Math & Science Center realize that your support is essential in making the program successful for your student to achieve their goals of completing a post-secondary degree in math & science. Your participation in the program will enable you to support your child in realizing their potential. We have provided resources and information on this page to assist you.

Our Mission:

Prepare students with special interest and talents in mathematics or science for admission into post secondary education and for potential careers in the fields of mathematics, science, and/or engineering. To learn more about our program, click here.

Expectations:

All Upward Bound Math & Science (UBMS) students and their parents/guardians should be aware that the right to participate in UBMS is a privilege that must be earned on a continuing basis. Students are expected to have a strong commitment to academic excellence in all subject areas.
  • Actively participate in both the Academic Year and Summer Residential Institute for the remainder of their high school education;

  • Take high school courses that will prepare for college;

  • Attend scheduled activities;

  • Complete monthly activities as assigned;

  • Know and follow the polices and expectations as set forth by the UT Arlington and UBMS

  • Behave in ways that do not interfere with the learning of others, do not disrupt the educational process, and do not reflect negatively on the university or the UBMS community;

  • Respect the rights of every student, teacher, UBMS staff, and university employee;

  • Enroll in a college or university upon completion of high school.

Parents' Resources



  • 2013-2014 UBMS State Calendar
  • 2013-2014 UBMS Local Calendar


  • Local Program:

    July 2014
  • Summer Alternative Assignment Completion: 31st

  • August 2014
  • 2014-15 AY Activities Update



  • State Program
    :

    July 2014
  • Summer Alternative Assignment Completion: 31st
  • Summer Pilot Program: July 22nd - Aug 8th

  • August 2014
  • 2014-15 AY Activities Update