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The University of Texas TeleCampus has become the University of Texas System Online Consortium (UTOC). The UTOC will provide a web presence to identify online courses open for registration by students enrolled at any UT institution; promote collaborative online degree programs offered by University of Texas institutions, as well as support students in the registration process for these courses and degree programs. Further information about the UT Online Consortium is available on their website at https://utsystem.edu/sites/ut-online-consortium.
The UT Online Consortium (UTOC) manages and supports the Texas Information System (TIS) application which, allows UT Arlington students to take Internet-delivered courses from other University of Texas component schools for UT Arlington credit. To enroll in an online course offered through this consortium, the student must complete an online Registration Request using the Texas Information System (TIS). More information about registration and the TIS can be found on the UTOC website Registration and Enrollment Page.
UT Online Consortium Technical Support: https://utsystem.edu/sites/ut-online-consortium/student-support
Advising: A select group of UT Arlington advisors are available to counsel students about the advantages and disadvantages of Internet-delivered courses. If you are in the Online MBA, Criminal Justice Online or the Finish@UT programs, please contact the following:
Criminal Justice Online program: Amber Owens
If you are not in the Online MBA or CRCJ programs and you need to be advised or have advising questions and UT Arlington is your home (main) campus, please contact your advisor within your major department.
CRCJ Students: If you are not in the Criminal Justice Online Program you will only receive transfer credit for the courses taken online through the UTOC System. Only students that have been fully declared in the Criminal Justice Program as their major and that have registered correctly via the TIS (Registration Request) will receive a letter grade that applies toward the UT Arlington degree program. If you are not fully declared, you can take regular semester courses, but you will only receive transfer credit for the courses taken online through the UTOC System.
MBA Online Students: If you are not declared in the Masters of Business Administration Online Program you will only receive transfer credit for the courses taken online through the UTOC System. Only students that have been fully declared in the MBA Online program as their major and that have registered correctly via the TIS (Registration Request) will receive a letter grade that applies toward the UT Arlington degree program. If you are not fully declared, you can take regular semester courses, but you will only receive transfer credit for the courses taken online through the UTOC System. **This program is no longer offered. If you took courses under this program in the past, your credit will remain as earned.**
If you are not a student in one of the above listed majors or you register for courses directly with one of the other UTOC System campuses, you will only receive transfer credit for that course. You will also not be eligible for Financial Aid for that course. And it will not count toward your enrollment status at UT Arlington.
If you are a student in one of the above listed majors, in order to stay active at UT Arlington (eligible to enroll) you must either register for courses via the TIS (registration request) at a host campus or enroll for courses at UT Arlington. If you do not, you will have to re-apply for admission at UT Arlington once you are no longer active in the MyMav system.
If you are a student in one of the above listed majors and you do not register via the TIS (registration request), meaning you register directly with another UTOC campus, you will only receive transfer credit for those courses, you will not be eligible for Financial Aid for those courses and it will not count towards your enrollment status at UT Arlington.
Access the course information and instructions on the UTA Distance Education Class Information page. Select your course and read the entire page carefully. You should plan to have all materials ready by the first day of class. (These may include computer software, textbook(s), and/or course packet(s).) Refer to the above links for this information.
Course fees may be paid by credit card or check. Refer to Student Financial Services for details on the methods available to you.
Payment not posted to the student account by the payment due date will be withdrawn. Payment information.
Students expecting Financial Aid or special payment arrangements for courses MUST contact the UT Arlington Office of Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org before the first day of class to ensure the coordination of those programs.
Students should NOT rely on Financial Aid being disbursed in time to meet payment deadlines - all aid, including Emergency Tuition Loans, must come from your Home Campus.
Student must have also regsitered correctly via the TIS System (requested the course using the registration request form on the TIS system).
Drop requests must include your full name and MyMav student ID number, the course(s) and semester you wish to drop, and how to send you a confirmation, if desired.
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If you are a UT Arlington Home student taking UTOC courses at other UT System schools, the courses that you are registered for at those campuses will show on your MyMAV Student Center as the Census Date nears. National Student Clearinghouse will receive your official enrollment status after the Census date for the current term. If your information does not show in National Student Clearing house after the census date has passed, please follow these procedures choose the loan deferment MachForm listed in the above section.
Please remember that you must have registered for the course(s) via the TIS System (submitted a registration request on the TIS system and it was approved by your advisor and the Registrar's Office) in order for the course to count towards your enrollment status.
If you are a UT Arlington Host student, please contact the Registrar’s Office at your Home Campus.