411 S. Nedderman Drive
Box 19407, Arlington, Texas 76019-0407
P: 817-272-2776 | F: 817-272-5006
Graduate Nursing Advising
Nursing Master's Level Advisors
If you have an active application or are interested in pursuing an advanced degree/certificate in nursing, please contact an admissions advisor for more information!
If you have a BSN degree and are pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or a Certificate (Post-Master’s or Post Baccalaureate), you will be working with the MSN Advising Team! We work from a shared email address and phone number so please contact us at the information listed below. We look forward to working with you!
Graduate Nursing Advisors - Master's Level
Master's Level Nursing Program Advisors:
- Ms. Skye Black
- Sara Casteneda
- Monica Flores
- Michael Jimenez
- Katie Krumm
- Starlett Mitchell
- Kim Nguyen
- Lovey Turner
- Luena Wilson
- Jennifer Wise
Email for all Graduate Nursing Advisors: email@example.com
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
If you have an MSN degree and are in pursuit of your Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, you will be working with some of our specialized advisors from the Graduate Nursing Advising team! We work from a shared email address and phone number so please contact us at the information listed below. We look forward to working with you!
DNP Program Advisor:
- Ms. Skye Black
To contact an advisor via email, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact an advisor via phone between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, please call 817-272-2776, option 4, option 2.
To make an appointment with an advisor, please click this link.
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing
If you are in the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD) program, you can reach out to a variety of helpful resources!
PhD Program Advisor:
- Jeffrey Taylor, Ed.D.
Email for PhD in Nursing staff: PhDinNursing@uta.edu
Graduate Nursing Admissions Advisors
Campus Based MSN & Campus Post-Master’s
Advising Requirements for MSN Nursing Students
Students in the MSN program are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor once a semester. Once admitted to UT Arlington, students may enroll in their coursework using the degree plan provided by the academic advisor and proceed to registration. Students are encouraged to contact their advisor with any questions. Information related to courses, registration and drops, and academic standing is provided when students are first contacted by an advisor. It is imperative that students read and keep this information for future reference. Most advising is handled via e-mail. However, students may schedule a phone or face-to-face appointment with an advisor by clicking the Microsoft Bookings scheduling link for the appropriate academic advisor.
Who Is My Advisor?
Students who have been admitted to the MSN program: You will be advised by a CONHI advisor; refer to the tables above to find your advisor.
Prospective students: prospective students may meet with a nursing advisor in person after making an appointment; see above for phone and email contacts for scheduling.
Meeting in person with your MSN Advisor
There are two options available to meet with your advisor:
- Schedule an Appointment: Schedule an Appointment by clicking the scheduling link for your assigned advisor.
- Walk-In without an appointment. Please make note of the following procedures for Walk-ins:
- Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. in the CONHI Office of Enrollment and Student Services (the advising area) through 4:30pm. You will need to sign in with your UTA ID number.
- Your appointment will be scheduled based on advisor availability. Appointments are scheduled 30 minutes in advance.
- Be on time! If you are not present at your scheduled time slot you will lose your chance to meet with an advisor.
Before your appointment:
- Have a list of questions prepared to ask your advisor.
- Familiarize yourself with your program information, and your current progress in your program.
- If you have not viewed your degree plan, check your MyMav Student Center > MyMav->Academic Progress->MSN/DNP/BSPH Degree Plan
- Make arrangements to be on time to your advising appointment. Students who are more than ten minutes late will be rescheduled.