Admitted First-Year Students

You did it! Take a moment to be proud of what you’ve accomplished! After all, your admission places you among the very best students in the world.

Next Steps for Admitted First-Year Students

1. Accept Your Admission

Congratulations on being admitted into the Maverick family! Now what? Log in into your MyMav account, click on the Admissions tile, select "Application Status," choose "Accept." You're officially #MaverickMade!

Accept Your Admission

2. Register for New Maverick Orientation

As a new freshmen student, orientation is required. Prior to New Maverick Orientation, complete orientation modules, set an appointment, and meet with your academic advisor.

Register for New Maverick Orientation

3. Complete Your TSI Clearance

The Texas Success Initiative requires all incoming students be assessed academically to determine college-readiness in Reading, Writing, and Math. You can find out if you are TSI liable by checking your status in MyMav.

Learn more about TSI


All students under the age of 22 are required to be immunized against bacterial meningitis before they enroll at UTA. You can submit your documents to Admissions, Records, and Registration.

Learn more about the MENINGITIS VACCINE

5. Apply for Housing

The housing application is free. Staying on campus is a great way to feel connected and make friends!

Apply for UTA Housing


Don’t forget to submit an official final high school transcript with your graduation date to the Office of Admissions. The fastest method is electronically--sent directly from your school. If you are asked for an email address, use However, we will accept transcripts by mail or in person. We must have your official transcript by the 12th class day of your first semester at UTA.

Learn more about Submitting Official Transcript Guidelines
Maverick Student Leaders at 2019 Homecoming Parade.

Prepare for your arrival in Maverick Country!

Download your first-year checklist to help you navigate pre-enrollment requirements including, New Maverick Orientation, meningitis vaccination, and housing requirements.  


Under Texas state law, applicant or enrolled student is classified as a Texas resident, a nonresident, or a international student. View residency information or contact undergraduate residency.