University Advising Center
Welcome to the University Advising Center.
The University Advising Center (UAC) provides transitional support and assistance for all freshman and undeclared students. At the heart of the UAC is our team of experienced and professional advisors who are here to provide academic and career advising in a comfortable and cooperative setting.
Our students receive personal attention as they are guided through their first year. Our advisors assist students in creating a personalized plan to help them discover their interests, goals, and talents and to find an academic path that's right for them.
For students that have already declared a major, our advisors assist in helping these students successfully transition into their respective majors after the first year.
The UAC is here to ensure that our students are academically successful. Please browse our web site by using the links located to your left to find out more about us. As you explore our site, make sure you also check out the events going on throughout the year. Our office is conveniently located on the first floor of Ransom Hall.
Current Freshmen & Undeclared Students with less than 45 hours
Currently enrolled freshmen and undeclared UT Arlington students who would like to speak with an advisor may schedule an appointment online or call 817-272-3140. If you are meeting with an advisor for class registration purposes, please download the Academic Advising Worksheet and bring it to your advising appointment; If you have questions about specific UAC services or university policies, you may also contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view a list of the scheduled closures for the University Advising Center, please click here.
Major-Intended & Transfer Students with over 30 hours
The University Advising Center is a source of campus information but if you have an intended major, then you must contact an advisor in your major department for hold removal and degree plan evaluation.
Prospective UT Arlington Students
If you are a prospective student, please visit the Prospective Student Center for more information about becoming a UT Arlington Maverick. For more information about major or academic policies, please sign-up for an appointment with an advisor. If you have an ID number already, you can enter that when asked. If you do not, you may leave it blank and still schedule an appointment.