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You did it. You’ve been accepted to The University of Texas at Arlington. Take a moment to be proud of what you’ve accomplished! After all, your admission places you among the very best students in the world.

We bet you’re wondering what happens next? We’ve got you covered with campus features, UTA student benefits, and next steps.

Accept Your Admission

Now that you’re admitted, you need to accept your admission offer. Learn more about the timeline to accept your admission offer by choosing what type of student you are below.

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You’ll do a lot more than take classes during your time here, and our campus is the hub of all of it. Join one of our 300+ student organizations, be inspired by our Maverick Speakers Series, cheer on our NCAA Division I athletics teams, stay fit with our campus rec programs, and hang out with your friends through it all.

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Living on campus is a great way for you to get connected, make friends, and be involved. We offer a variety of housing options to meet your needs, including residence halls and apartment communities. Housing fills up fast, so make sure you apply as soon as possible.

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Registration for Fall 2019 New Maverick Orientation is now open! Orientation will help you learn how to succeed at your new home. You’ll meet new people, get acclimated to campus, and learn all about service and programs at UTA. New Maverick Orientation is required for freshman, transfer, and international students. It’s optional for graduate students, but check with your academic department to see if they have an orientation program for you to attend.


Maventure Camp 

Attendees of Maventure Camp will be immersed in our campus life for two days and get to experience what it is really like to be a Maverick! At Maventure camp, students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in UTA's rich history and develop bonds with fellow incoming and current students.