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(Military Times, 2020)
Very High Research Activity designation by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education
In Texas for awarding bachelor’s and master’s degrees to African American students
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 2020)
Fastest-Growing doctoral public institution
(The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, 2019)
National Academy of Inventors Fellows
The most in Texas
Designation by the U.S. Department of Education
Over 200,000 alumni have written their stories of achievement. Yours could be next.
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Nursing Major -
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Broadcast Major -
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Business Management Major -
By being a part of the cheer team, I have grown closer to all kinds of different people that really shows the diversity at UTA.Explore Student Life
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I was a part of Freshman Leaders on Campus for my first semester. The first day was my favorite memory of UTA as I met all my best friends then.Get Involved
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Students are playing an integral role in their discoveries, gaining experience that has impact far beyond the laboratory.
Mr. UTA wins city’s scholarship essay contest, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Virtual lessons allow people to come together as a community during pandemic
UTA faculty member to study underground gas leaks, work with first responders
UTA author studies Russian fiction in the context of revolutionary culture