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MyMav is UT Arlington's Student Information System. You'll use MyMav to register, pay your bills, accept your financial aid, check your grades, view your degree audit and a host of other functions.
No, you can access the Schedule of Classes, registration timetable, tuition information and resources, and the university catalog on the landing page for MyMav.
To register, go to www.uta.edu/mymav and login to MyMav with your NetID and password. Once logged in, click on Student Center. This will take you to your MyMav Student Center. Under the Academics tab, click Enroll.
The registration timetable is available through your MyMav landing page at www.uta.edu/mymav. During registration periods, your enrollment appointment date is also displayed in your student center under Enrollment Dates on the left.
The Helpdesk in the Central Library can assist you with setting or resetting your NetID and password and setting up your MavMail (UT Arlington email account). 817-272-2208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your MyMav Student Center, click the details link under the holds section on the right. If your academic department requires thatt you be advised, you will see an academic department service indicator (DEP).
Find out who your advisor is at http://www.uta.edu/uac/studentsuccess/?c=Academic-Advising-Info.
In your MyMav Student Center, click the details link under the holds section on the right and review your holds. The jump page will let you know the service impact, such as not being able to register or order a transcript. Some holds are for notification purposes only and do not have a negative service impact.
You can access the Schedule of Classes either before you log in to MyMav or after.
Before: On the MyMav landing page, click on the Schedule of Classes link.
After: There are 2 options for looking up classes once you've logged in.
The Schedule of Classes is updated in real time as changes are made.
The Schedule of Classes lists all sections offered for the course, with time, date and room information. If you want to see all available sections for a class, enter the subject and course number and click search. The default value is to open sections only, bu you may select to see all offerings by unclicking the checkmark Show Open Classes Only in the Class Search Criteria box. Once the search results have appears, click on the highlighted section number for the course description, prerequisites (enrollment requirements), class capacity, available seats and other information about the course.
Navigation to Schedule of Classes:
The Course Catalog Search contains much of the same informaion that the Schedule of Classes does, except it does not allow you to see the listing of available sections. To see all courses by deparment, enter only the subject in the Course Catalog Search window, select the career and click on the Search button.
Navigation to Browse Course Catalog:
The Additional Search Criteria link allows you to select by meeting time, day of week, instructor, location, course title keyword and other options.
You can select Winter or Summer Intersession classes by going to the Additional Search Criteria field and selecting Session, then selecting Winter Interession or Summer Intersession.
Winter Intersession is part of the Spring schedule and Summer Intersession is part of the Summer schedule.
In the Schedule of Classes, identify the class and click the Additional Search Criteria link. Scroll down to the Campus Button, select "Off Campus", then click the search key. The room displayed will read "Off Web".
All AO classes are scheduled under the Dynamic Dated Section. On the Schedule of Classes, click on Additional Search Criteria, then select the drop-down for Session. The first option will be Dynamic Dated Session.
Advising and registration varies by program within the AO program. For more information, contact your academic department.
Your academic advisor can help you with registration questions, as well as with course selection and progress toward degree.
The Helpdesk in the Central Library can assist you with setting and resetting your Net ID and password and seting up your MavMail (UT Arlington email account). 817/272-2208 or email@example.com.
Within about an hour of making changes to your registration, you will be able to see your charges in your Student Center.
If a wait list is available, an orange triangle icon will appear next to the section in the Class Schedule. Not all classes or departments offer wait lists, so if a class is full and no wait list is available re-visit MyMav regularly for possible openings or contact your academic advisor.
Students who do not successfully complete the prerequisite in the current term will be dropped from the next-level course when grades are final.
Prerequisite information is on the Class Detail page in MyMav. Navigation to the page is by clicking on the class section number hyperlink in the Class Search component.
Message: Department Consent Required
This message indicates that you need permission from the department that is offering the class in addition to getting cleared by your academic advisor. For example, if you are majoring in CSE and trying to register for a Spanish class, you will need to see the Modern Languages department to get permission specifically to register for the Spanish class.
Message: You do not have access to enrollment at this time. Please see your academic advisor.
Check the registration timetable (http://www.uta.edu/records/calendars/registration-timetables.php) and make sure that your enrollment period has started. If it has, contact Admissions, Records and Registration at 817-272-2011. If it is beyond the late registration period, you will need to contact your academic advisor.
For further registration problems/errors/questions, contact the Helpdesk at 817-272-2208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MyMav My Class Schedule link only works during open enrollment period. Once open enrollment ends, that link will give a message that says "You do not have access to enrollment at this time". If you wish to view your current semester schedule, you shoulc click on the Weekly Schedule link instead.
If you have officially changed your name, visit our webpage on Name Changes to find out what you need to do. Once your name is updated in MyMav, contact the Helpdesk to get your name changed in other systems such as self-service, e-mail, etc. at 817-272-2208 or email@example.com.
The Math Aptitude Test helps us determine which math courses a student is ready to enter at UT Arlington. For instance, while students may have taken Calculus in high school, that may not necessarily mean that he/she is ready for Calculus at UT Arlington. You need to contact the Math department at 817-272-3261, and they will give you the information you need.
Please contact our office at 817-272-2011 concerning your residency status.
You need to contact one of the TSI advisors at the University Advising Center at 817-272-3140.
Meet with an academic advisor from the department you are interested in joining to see if you meet the program requirements. Please note that all students with 30 or fewer hours are advised at the University College. Students who are unsure of their major should contact a Majors Exploration Advisor in University College. For assistance, contact 817-272-3140.