College Hall, Suite 108
600 S. West Street
Arlington, TX 76019
Honors College students are required to meet with an Honors advisor during their first semester at UTA. Failure to make and keep this appointment will result in loss of Honors status and privileges. In addition, the Honors College requires students be advised thereafter at least once a year, in addition to meeting with the major/department advisor. The Honors advisors and support staff provide Honors students with personalized attention and information that will help them attain their Honors Degree.
Honors advisors are available Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. We strongly recommend that students schedule an appointment to ensure availability.
Rebekah Chojnacki, Ph.D.
Additional Information: Rebekah Chojnacki (pronounced hoy-NOT-skee) advises juniors, seniors, and Goolsby students in the Honors College with regard to Honors progress, the Capstone Project, and graduation. In addition to advising, Bobbie coordinates the Capstone Project Information Sessions, the Honors Research Symposium (HRS), the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships, oversees Honors Credit Contracts, and serves as a liaison to the Office of Records and Registration and the University Commencement committee. She also teaches UNIV-HN 1131. Rebekah is the current president for Chapter 300 of Phi Kappa Phi.
Student Development Specialist II
First & Second Year Honors Advisor
Honors Student Records
A record of each student's progress is kept in the Honors College Advising Center. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure that records are up-to-date and accurate. The student should retain copies of his or her records and notify the Honors Advisers of any changes.
Honors Degree Progress
To help students track their academic progress, the Honors Advisers encourage students to make an appointment in their sophomore and junior years to evaluate their progress towards the Honors Degree.
The required yearly advising sessions in the Honors College are to help students be aware of their progress towards their Honors Degree. Students have the opportunity to make sure their records are correct and to get help and feedback in evaluating their progress.
The ultimate responsibility for making decisions about educational plans and life goals rests with the individual student. The Honors College advisers are available to assist you with identifying and assessing alternatives.