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Blackboard & Canvas
Blackboard is a Web-based learning management system (LMS) designed to support online courses and provide a space for face-to-face course supplementation. Blackboard provides many types of tools and features for enriching the learning experience.
Students use Blackboard to submit assignments, participate in discussions, and schedule proctored exams. Students may log in to blackboard with their NetID and password.
The Office for Students with Disabilities provides services, in the form of academic accommodations, to students with all types of disabilities. Our counselors provide assistance and guidance to students in personal, academic, and career matters. We also have an Adaptive Resource Center where we provide testing accommodations as well as offer a range of assistive technology for students. In addition to providing services to students, we strive also to be a resource to faculty and staff.
UTA strives to promote safety and awareness for students. In addition, the UTA Police Department is here to serve the students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. If you or other students you know of that are expereincing sexual assult, domestic violence, death, homeless, food insecurity, or have emergency financial crisis, please call the MAVS Talk 24 Hour Crisis Line at 817-272-Talk (8225).
The Help Desk receives, resolves, and/or escalates basic computer related requests from faculty, staff, or students by phone, e-mail, or in-person. We are located in the first floor lobby at Central Library.
The Help Desk provides the following services:
Input of IT requests
Resolutions on common issues (account management, basic MyMav support, Library guest accounts, wireless connection for client laptops, lab printing, file storage support, etc.)
Escalation of IT requests (second tier staff reviews all assigned tickets to ensure they have all required information and escalate to the appropriate OIT group)
Distribution of information about IT service interruptions
UT Share HR/Finance Support
Living on campus might be the best way to make friends and find your community on our campus of more than 60,000 students.
Our residence halls boast diversity, school spirit, and convenience — leaving you free to excel in your academics and develop your social life. Whether you prefer a private room with suite-style living or want to share a room, we have a floor plan and price point in any of our residence hall communities to meet your needs.
We also have a variety of campus apartment communities to serve as your home away from home. Living in a campus apartment puts you within walking distance of academic buildings, campus resources, and our thriving student community. We offer multiple floor plans in 10 vibrant apartment communities at various price points, so you'll be sure to find a place to call your own.
Make a Payment
The University accepts cash, checks, traveler's checks, money orders, wires and the following credit cards: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Diner's Club, and American Express. Student's 10-digit UTA ID must be provided with payment. Any form of payment that is returned unpaid can result in enrollment withdrawal and additional penalties.
UT Arlington Student Money Management takes pride in assisting our students with their financial needs. Our office provides resources, one-on-one counseling sessions, seminars and presentations.
UT Arlington Student Money Management provides assistances with:
Credit Awareness (Credit Score)
MyMav is UTA's Student Information System. You'll use MyMav to:
check admission status
pay your bills
accept your financial aid
check your grades
view your degree audit
and a host of other functions
Your NetID and password allow you to login to MyMav and other UTA applications including email and Blackboard.
UT Arlington has a streamlined parking permit system and updated campus shuttle routes to help students, faculty, staff, and visitors navigate through our 420-acre campus.
For assistance with a dead battery, please call UTA Police at 817-272-3381
Records & Transcripts
The UT Arlington Office of Records and Registration is dedicated to providing prompt, efficient service, insuring the integrity of academic records and providing reliable information to the University community.
UT Arlington provides students with MavMail (e-mail) accounts. MavMail offers students a convenient way to communicate and collaborate with other students, faculty, staff, and friends but it's also an official method with which the university can communicate with students about important deadlines, campus events, and conduct transactions such as notification about financial aid awards and tuition statements.
Students access their email account using their NetID and password.
New students can access their email approximately 24-48 hours after their university status updates to "active" from "applicant."
Your NetID and password allow you to login to student email and other UTA applications including MyMav and Blackboard.
Please note that if you don't use your MavMail account for a year, it will be purged by Microsoft.
Student Wellness & Resources
The UT Arlington offers resources of wellness to ensure the students can stay healthy and receive help when needed. Visit the links below for services, such as food pantry, emergency funds and the Counseling and Psychological Services.
UTA: AN OUTSTANDING EDUCATIONAL INVESTMENT
The benefits of a college degree are clear. College graduates in the United States earn nearly twice as much as their peers with only a high school diploma, and a degree from The University of Texas at Arlington will appreciate over time. That's because at UTA, our goal is more than merely providing you an education to land your first job. We will impart the knowledge and skills you need for a successful career and life.
Tuition, fees, and charges are assessed to students based on enrolled semester credit hours, a set charge per term, or specific services. They are required of all students, charged to everyone taking specific courses or anyone receiving specific services, or charged only for voluntary products or services.
Tutoring and Academic Resources
The University of Texas at Arlington offers a variety of tutoring services to help the advancement of knowledge and maximize student success by creating a supportive environment to flourish as scholars and citizens. With the programs listed below, students can develop and grow study habits by working one-on-one with a tutor or a topic specific group. Based on feedback, students experience an improvement in grades and strengthen confidence to navigate their coursework.
Learn from renowned faculty, gain hands-on practical experience, and flourish with dedicated support. No matter what academic path you choose, we’ll ensure you’re ready for everything.