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Meet the new Alumni Association director and learn how she's making increasing membership a top priority.

University receives highest Carnegie classification
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has placed UTA in the Doctoral/ Research Extensive category in its latest classification of American higher education.

Enrollment surges past 20,000
Enrollment reached a four-year high in the fall, topping 20,000 for the first time since 1996.


Turning the corner

Heat and humidity arrived as early as the residents and their families on this Friday in late August. We sent two photographers to chronicle the historic occasion, and they arrived early, too, each carrying what seemed like 25 pounds of equipment. I showed up a bit later and was relegated to taking mental notes, having forgotten both pen and paper.  (rest of the story)

Arlington Hall Arlington Hall: Views from home
Three and a half years ago, Dan Williams approached President Robert E. Witt with the idea of building a residence hall on campus.
girls hugging   First Impressions
Welcome Week among new programs aimed at first-year students.
Nedderman   Bricks and mortar
UTA completed 20 major building additions or renovations during W.H. Nedderman's 20-year tenure as UTA President.
Mapsco   Mapsco donates archives to UTA Libraries
Mapsco, a Dallas-based company specializing in the creation and publishing of city maps for the past 50 years, has designated UTA's Virginia Garrett Cartographic History Library as the company's archives.
Donna Capps   Donna Capps
Meet the new women's basketball coach.
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