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Plan Your Journey

It's never too early to start thinking about graduation. In fact, the sooner you start planning, the better your chances are for graduating on time and in good academic standing. 

Major Exploration

Choosing a major is one of the more important decisions that a student will make in college.  Sometimes you know what you want to major in right from the beginning, but sometimes students need some help in narrowing down their choices.  Major Exploration provides a process for students to examine their interests, strengths, and skills in an effort to match them with a major that is the right fit for them.  UT Arlington students have access to academic advisors in the University Advising Center who will guide them through this journey, or students may choose to take the Major Exploration course for a deeper examination of the academic opportunities offered to students at the university.


  • Division of Student Success

    University Advising Center

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    Location: Ransom Hall 105


    Phone: 817-272-3140

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    University Advising Center

    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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