Once the semester begins, it seems like every day is a busy day on campus. There is so much to do and see, and your life may seem completely planned out to the exact minute. This may not be the case if you have not made a decision on a major, yet. In fact, this [...]
Archive for September, 2012
University College invites all students to join “The Success Series”, a workshop series designed to improve academic performance and enhance important life skills. Each semester, various departments within University College will offer innovative, hands-on workshops on a variety of topics, such as time management, study skills, dealing with stress, learning styles, major exploration, and [...]
The Freshman 4-Week Progress Reports are available online on your MyMav Student Center.
There are two things a student should do once you view your progress report:
• Schedule a time to meet with your instructor to discuss your progress and any
concerns you may have.
• Meet with [...]
Starting this fall, the University Advising Center offers students the opportunity to chat with an advisor online. This convenient service is available for students with general questions like, “When is the last day to drop?”, “What campus resources are available to me?” or “When can I register for classes?”
Advisors are available during normal business [...]
Today is Census. Also, known as the last day to drop without a W, but it’s important for other reasons, too.
Did you know that adds are not permitted after Census?
After late registration through the last date to drop, students must meet with an undergraduate academic advisor to drop a class or fully withdraw from [...]
Ever think about traveling around the world? Learning about different cultures and languages? If you said yes, then studying abroad is for you. Learn about your options at the Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 12 between 11am and 2pm on the University Center Mall. Students can also apply for a passport at the fair! [...]
Schnavia Smith Hatcher, PhD is the Director from the new Center for African American Studies (CAAS). The mission and goals of the center are geared toward community outreach, social justice advocacy and life-enhancing transformations. CAAS will offer a minor degree program in African American studies with an introductory class scheduled for Spring 2013.
The Center [...]
Want more information about majors at UTA? If your answer is yes, then we have a special treat for you in October. The University College and University Advising Center will host the Maverick Major Fair on the Library Mall on October 10th. College, School and Department representatives will be available to answer questions and provide [...]