CHANGE YOUR MAJOR
Depending on your current major, the process to change your major will vary.

 If you are currently UNDECLARED UCOL (UND_UCOL):

Please contact the University Advising Center to meet with an advisor and declare your new major of interest.

Don't be discouraged if you are still undecided. We encourage you to schedule an appointment with the University Advising Centers' Major Exploration Advisor to discuss your major options further.

If you are currently UNDECLARED INTENDED (UND_INT) or changing from one major to another:

Please contact the Advising Office for your new major of choice to update your new major and be advised.

                                     ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

                     Undergraduate Change of Major               Timely Degree Completion                   Excessive Hours 


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    Location: Ransom Hall 105

    Email: uac@uta.edu

    Phone: 817-272-3140

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    Box #19196

    602 W. Second St.

    Ransom Hall 105

    Arlington, TX 76019

Our Mission:

The University Advising Center (UAC) enhances student learning by maximizing student use of University resources, ensuring understanding of University policies and procedures, and encouraging campus and co-curricular involvement. Through purposeful interactions, Academic Advisors encourage freshman and undeclared students to focus on their academic success and to define personal goals to support their overall success towards degree completion. In addition, the University Advising Center facilitates professional and meaningful relationships with the UT Arlington community.

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