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Office of the Provost - The University of Texas at Arlington


October 9, 2020

Dear students,

You have done a phenomenal job of staying engaged with your coursework, professors, and fellow students while continuing to follow new University protocols related to social distancing, wearing masks, and minimizing your on-campus presence.

As a result, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at UTA has remained manageable, and we have progressed through the semester without delays or unexpected shutdowns. Thank you for your continued diligence and responsible choices. We're all in this together, and we're succeeding because of each of your efforts.

The University is planning for the possibility that the spring term may be similar to the fall, with a mixture of face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses. In planning the spring 2021 course list, we will continue to follow public health guidelines and remain flexible in meeting the needs of our students.

At the same time, we understand that you need to begin planning for the upcoming academic term. To help you get started, we have prepared a master list of spring 2021 courses. It details which courses we plan to offer in face-to-face, online, and hybrid formats.

You'll eventually be able to see these details in MyMav, but for now the information is available on our website so you can begin your planning. Please note this is a preliminary list, and there likely will be some changes. At this point, we're unable to guarantee course availability or that the modality won't change.

I know you'll have questions, and I encourage you to contact your advisor with specific inquiries about your course planning. You also can submit a question through this form.

If you are unable or do not wish to return to campus for the spring term, you will be able to take a full course load of online classes. Not all classes will be available online, however, so you will need to assess how such a choice could impact your path to graduation.

We continue to keep your health and well-being at the center of all we do, and our successful fall term proves that you care deeply about your education and the Maverick community at large. Thank you for all you do, and go Mavs!


Pranesh Aswath, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs ad interim





Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

The University of Texas at Arlington

321 Davis Hall • Box 19118 • Arlington, TX 76019

817-272-2103 (voice) • 817-272-3400 (fax)