There are hundreds of clubs and organizations dedicated to academic, professional, cultural, recreational, social and special interests.
Virtual Involvement & Resource Fair
We are so excited to give you a glimpse into the vibrant student experience waiting for you at UTA.
Mavs Chat With Justin Hidalgo
The Student Health Center remains open Monday- Friday from 8:30am-5pm, with limited services available. Call 817.272.2771 if you need to be seen by a healthcare provider.
RECREATION AND WELLNESS
Stay active together with fellow Mavericks, even when we’re apart. Campus Recreation will be providing online content including health, wellness and exercise tips as well as live and recorded group exercise classes and intramural video games.
Counseling and Psychological Services
UTA Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) remains available to assist students during these unprecedented times. For students in need call MAVS Talk 24hr Crisis Line at 817.272.8255 or download “Thrive at UT” App on the App Store or Google Play.
The Lockheed Martin Career Development Center is operating remotely with a variety of available virtual career services for students and alumni.
The SAR Center is working remotely, and available to assist students in navigating their online learning needs. You may also call our office at (817) 272-3364. Appointments are being conducted over the telephone or on Microsoft Teams.
UTA Military and Veteran Services is still open. We are providing all services remotely during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Newly featuring quick, easy and affordable cooking lessons.
Being adaptable isn’t easy but it’s necessary, especially during times like these. A lot of aspects of our every day lives have been changed due to COVID-19, one of them being our college lives moving to online platforms. While this is unlike anything that has ever happened before, I have done my best to manage my classes, stay involved in Alpha Chi, and continue to be motivated in my every day life. By staying organized and remaining in touch with my friends and sisters, I have been able to stay hopeful and continue feeling involved in my UTA community.