New Student Steps to Enrollment
In response to the continued developments of COVID-19 and to support the health and wellbeing of our university community, all in-person Orientation programs scheduled for summer will be moved to an online delivery format. You should meet with an academic advisor prior to your orientation session. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our FAQ page.
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Register for orientation and complete the pre-orientation modules:
After you are admitted to UTA, you will receive an invitation to register for orientation.
Then you should register for orientation, which includes completing a brief questionnaire, selecting your orientation date, and learning details for parents and family members.
The pre-orientation modules will be available for you to complete in early April. You will receive an email when those pre-orientation modules are ready for you to complete.
After you complete the pre-orientation modules, you will be instructed to schedule an advising appointment and enroll in classes.
Schedule an appointment and meet with your academic advisor:
Choose the tab below based on your student type to learn more about how you should schedule your advising appointment.
The University Advising Center will send you an email on a weekly basis with their next steps.
Transfer students, you need to contact the department of your major to schedule an advising appointment.
As a graduate student, you need to contact the department of your intended degree plan to determine if advising can be done through an individual appointment or through a department orientation session.
Resolve other registration holds. Check your MyMav for any potential holds on your account before your advising appointment.Visit MyMav
Participate in your orientation session
On your orientation date, you will participate in either our face-to-face orientation program or our virtual orientation. The face-to-face orientation will give you the opportunity to feel and experience our vibrant campus community, while maintaining safety parameters for the pandemic. The virtual version of orientation is designed to give you as close to the same experience from your home. In either case, these sessions will be live, so you will have opportunities to ask questions and connect with others.
The Orientation Leaders are current students who serve as your guides through the process. They are excited to welcome you to UTA and help bring new students together. Plus, they will be available after orientation to answer any questions and help build connections to the UTA community.
Your orientation session is required, and attendance will be taken during both the virtual and face-to-face programs. Ensure that you are available for the duration of the program you have chosen. More details about orientation, including a schedule of the session, will be emailed to you a few days prior to your session.
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