Arlington Hall: Views from Home
Arlington Hall, the first residence hall built on campus in more than 35 years, opened in August at nearly 100 percent occupancy. With amenities that would make many hotels envious, the 600-bed facility is drawing rave reviews from students.

First impressions
Launched last fall, Welcome Week is one facet of a comprehensive effort to enhance the first-year experience for freshmen and transfer students.

A matter of degrees
A master of music education, accelerated M.B.A. and athletic training program are just three of the new academic offerings UTA has instituted in the past year.

Blurring the boundaries
Recent alliances with area colleges and universities are extending UTA's influence throughout the Metroplex and beyond.


Arlington Hall isn't the only construction project that is changing the landscape of the University. Students can now study, surf the Web or just relax in the Central Library's Internet cafe and the College of Liberal Arts' lounge and study area in University Hall.

The cafeteria in the E.H. Hereford University Center has been remodeled and renamed the Connection Café. Lecture halls in several academic buildings have been renovated to include the latest technological advancements. And the old bookstore has been transformed into a center for nanotechnology.

Additionally, landscaping along Trading House Creek and around Arlington Hall have created a more aesthetically pleasing exterior. UTA Magazine has created a photo essay which captures some of the physical changes that are turning the campus into a more inviting place to live, work and learn.
(view the photo essay)

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