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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

All-Majors Job Fair on Wednesday

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Start your future at the Fall 2017 All-Majors Job Fair 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the Maverick Activities Center. The job fair is open to currently enrolled UTA students and alumni only. Wear a suit or business appropriate clothing and bring several copies of your resume. See a list of the more than 160 employers attending.

Be sure to download the Career Fair App in the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store to enhance your job search.

MyMav upgrade coming


MyMav is getting a facelift! UTA’s student information portal is being upgraded to provide a refreshed look with a streamlined experience for students, faculty, and staff.

As a result, MyMav will be unavailable during the transition to the new version Friday-Sunday, Oct. 6-8.

When MyMav is available Monday, Oct. 9, you will find the full main menu has moved to the right-hand side of the screen. Read more about the upgrade.

Parking citation late fee, account hold

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Students with past due parking citations will incur a $25 monthly late fee and have a registration hold placed on their account.

The hold will prevent registration of future classes, changing classes, receiving diplomas, and obtaining transcripts. A hold is placed when four or more citations are unpaid, one citation is past due 60 or more days, or the unpaid balance totals $200 or more.

The $25 late fee is applied when any citation is past due.

Make payments on your MavPark account or at the Maverick Parking Garage pay station. Payment plans are available for students with citation balances greater than $400. Students should contact the parking office in person to make payment plan arrangements.

Student permits are still available online at for $180/academic year or $110/semester.

Read frequently asked questions about citations.

Fall student elections

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Put your name on the ballot for the upcoming student elections. Open positions include Homecoming king and queen, student senators, and UTA Ambassadors. Applications must be filed by 5 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 5, in the Student Governance Office, Suite B150, E.H. Hereford University Center. Learn more.

Nominate Homecoming king and queen candidates by emailing Nimisha Budhwani at with the student's name, email, and organization.

Voting is Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 23-24, in the University Center Gallery. For more information, call 817-272-0556 or visit

Annual Campus Fire and Safety Report 2017

The 2017 Annual Campus Fire and Safety Report—which includes three years of crime statistics, fire statistics, and UTA’s policies regarding campus security and safety—is now available from the UTA Police Department.

The crime statistics reflect crimes that happened during 2014-16 on campus, in off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by UTA and frequented by UTA students, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to campus.

You may view the report online or request a hard copy by emailing


Volunteer opportunity

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Coming Up

  Pizza with President  

See more on the UTA events calendar.

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