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Students at commencement

Impact of a degree

UTA's student loan default rate dropped for the fourth year in a row.

Student watering garden

Focus on sustainability

UTA named “Cool School” for sustainability efforts across campus.

Student group showing Maverick hand sign

Low debt, high diversity

UTA ranked nation's top public research university for least student debt

Entering freshman and Timberview High School valedictorian Hana Bader Ali

Academic excellence

UTA's freshman class is now the largest in the University’s history, with 3,346 new students joining us from across the U.S. and around the world.

Lou Diamond Phillips

Maverick Speakers Series

Lou Diamond Phillips, a UTA alumnus, visits September 7th to kick off the 2017-18 Maverick Speakers Series.

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Maverick Country embraces fresh faces, familiar friends

UTA welcomes its diverse and inclusive family back to campus for the start of a great 2017-18 academic year.

Maverick Stampede

UTA welcomes students with fun events, programs

Maverick Stampede kicks off the 2017-18 academic year with events to help new and returning students acclimate to campus, make new friends, and prepare for classes.

Graduates at Commencement

UTA national leader in providing high social mobility

The Brookings Institution ranks UTA among the nation's top 25 "leader" universities that provide high social mobility and a high-quality college education to students from all income levels.

Fillia Makedon, a UTA professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Robot-based system could help train, assess workers

A team of computer science and engineering researchers is developing a smart, robot-based system that assesses workers' physical, cognitive, and collaborative skills.

Matthew Fujita, UTA assistant professor of biology with graduate research asssistant T.J. Firneno.

Biologist’s study of eyes to be seen internationally

Frogs may hold the answers to a biologist's questions about habitat affecting eye function and development. Matthew Fujita's research will be exhibited at two major natural history museums and will generate an interactive e-book.