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University College e-Newsletter — October Newsletter

University College e-Newsletter

Progress Reports

Freshmen, first-term transfer students, athletes, undergraduates with a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or lower, and undeclared students will receive an interim grade report in or by the ninth week of the fall and spring terms.

How do I view my progress report?
To view your progress reports you will need to log into your Student MyMav account.

  • To access MyMav, click on "MY MAV" in the upper-left corner of the UTA Home page.

  • Log in to your account using the Net ID and password that you would use to access your UTA email.  If you do not know your NetID and password you can contact the UTA Computer HelpDesk.

  • On your student page, you will see a drop down box "Academics" on the left side of the page that says "other academic..."  Select "Grades" and click on ">>".

  • Select the current term using the radial button and click "Continue."  If it is your first term, you may not have to select the term.

  • For that term, you will see a tab marked "Official Grades," "Mid-term Progress Grades," "4-week Progress Grades," etc.  Click on the tab for the grades that you wish to review.  If you do not have tabs other than "Official Grades" you were not in a category of students who had grades reported prior to the end of the semester grades.

If you have any questions or concerns about your midterm grades, schedule a time to meet with your instructor to discuss your progress in the class. You can also meet with your academic advisor who can help you better understand your academic situation and can refer you to the appropriate campus resource, if needed. 

Petition for Credit

Students who have credit to claim are now able to do so. Be sure to check that UTA accepts the exam and score by going to the credit-by-exam section in the Testing Services website. Additionally, make sure to check with your advisor that the credit fits with your degree plan. Credit can be claimed by logging on to MYMAV and clicking on UTA Customizations > UTA Testing Services > Petition for Credit.

Please read through all the instructions on the Petition for Credit screen before scrolling to the bottom of the page.    Exams for which you are eligible to receive credit are listed by test type.  Each exam lists the UT Arlington course for which you are eligible to receive credit.  If you wish to have the credit added to your transcript, click “Select Credit” box next to the course name.   You may notice if you have duplicates of a course, that the duplicates will no longer have a “Select Credit” option.  You may receive credit for a course only once.   If you click the “Select Credit” box again it will unselect the option and you may make another choice.   

Once you have completed the selection process, please click on the “Submit my Request for Credit” button at the bottom of the page. Once you have submitted your choices, you may not go back and unselect any of the items you submitted.  However, if you choose not to Petition for a particular course at this time, you may come back at any time while you are a current student and complete the Petition for that course.

Maverick Resource Hotline

Do you need help finding a resource that best meet your needs? Do you have further questions about a specific campus resource? Whatever your situation may be, The Maverick Resource Hotline is here to answer your questions.

The Maverick Resource Hotline is a referral-based service that aims to connect students with the answers they are looking for.

There are two convenient ways to contact us: by phone or by email.

To reach us by phone, call 817-272-6107.  Our operating hours are 8am to 5pm, but we do have voicemail.  If no one is available to answer your call, please leave a message with your name, phone number, and question, and someone will contact you by the next business day.

You can also email us at  Your email will be returned as quickly as possible, generally by the next business day if sent after hours or on a weekend.


Success Series

The Success Series are a workshop series designed to improve academic success and enhance important life skills. Topics range from basic skills such as effective note taking, tips for taking online classes, and how to become a better presenter to information about getting a job on campus and studying abroad. It is also a great way to learn about resources available and services offered by the various departments here at UTA.

All workshops are free of cost and are held in Preston Hall 104 from 12pm-1pm.

Visit the Success Series Schedule to view times and a full list of upcoming seminars.

Working On Campus

The SNAP Job Office assists students with finding an on-campus job through the Students Needing A Part-time Job (SNAP Job) system. There are a variety of jobs offered to both students who have work-study from Financial Aid and those who do not. Jobs include but are not limited to: office assistants, computer assistants, lab assistants, resident assistants, tutors, and many more. Most of the jobs have flexible work schedules and average 19 hours per week.

All non-academic student jobs are advertised online and require an online resume-based application. Students can register with the SNAP Job system at and can create up to four different versions of their resume and letter of interest which they can use to apply for various jobs. In addition, students can create job-agents to receive email notifications when a new job that meets their preset criteria is posted in the system.

The SNAP Job staff is available to assist students with preparing their resume and letter of interest, as well as to provide interviewing tips and assistance with the online application. Students may contact the SNAP Job office via email at or by phone at (817) 272-3463 or come in person to the SNAP Job office and computer lab located in the Workforce Development Building at 140 West Mitchell St., B200. The SNAP Job office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Final Drop Date

If you have been thinking about dropping a class, make sure you keep in mind the final drop date, which is November, 2nd by 4pm. Before you drop, consider all your options since a drop cannot be undone after it has been processed by your advisor. Also keep in mind that you get a maximum of six drops for your entire undergraduate career. For more information on the process and considerations of dropping a class, please visit the University College Resources website or make an appointment to speak with your advisor through the University Advising Center.

Registering for Spring 2017 Classes

Although it may feel like the semester just started, the spring semester is quickly approaching. Students will be allowed to begin registering for classes starting on November 9th. Keep in mind that the Office of Records and Registration sets “appointments” or periods of time when groups of students can enroll in courses. These appointments are set in the following order: graduate students and honors college students, athletes, graduating seniors, seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen. You can check in your MyMav Student Center to see what date you will be allowed to start registering.

Since this is the first semester that you will be enrolling yourself, you may have some questions about how the process works.  Your first step will be to meet with an academic advisor to be cleared for classes.  You will need to schedule an appointment to meet with your academic advisor to discuss spring registration and your progress toward transitioning to your academic department. Watch for emails from your academic advisor to discuss your advising appointment.


Important Dates to Remember

Final Drop Date        Nov 2nd

Registration Begins for Spring 2017 Term        Nov 9th


Is your student looking for some fun activities? Campus Recreation keeps its calendar busy with events all semester long.

UT Arlington Housing – UT Arlington Housing

UT Arlington Financial Aid – UT Arlington Financial Aid

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