The MavElite are a group of highly trained students who help recruit prospective students and represent the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment.
They provide a view of life at UT Arlington from a student’s perspective. These student staff members work in various positions to help prospective students learn about the university. MavElite members work at the New Student Welcome Center greeting visitors and answering admissions questions, leading tours, writing student blogs, and making phone calls to prospective students.
They also staff recruitment events like Preview Days, Financial Aid Nights, and other events hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment.
Some members of MavElite are tour guides who share their experiences with prospective students and their families on campus tours. Other members of MavElite are telecounselors who call prospective students on the phone to answer questions about life as a Maverick. We even have a few MavElite who just work at the New Student Welcome Center to welcome visitors and families to campus, help students with the application process, and organize admissions counselor appointments.
Who are the MavElite?
MavElite members come from all over the world, represent many of the majors available at UT Arlington, and are active on campus. MavElite members serve in leadership positions in EXCEL Campus Activities, Student Congress, greek life, residence life, and many other organizations. Most importantly, they are students who love helping prospective students and their families and sharing why they chose to be Mavericks. MavElite members are an important part of the recruitment team and will be an important part of your admissions process.