Academic Support Services
- CHEMISTRY CLINIC– This clinic seeks to support students in all chemistry and biochemistry courses.
- ENGLISH WRITING CENTER AND ONLINE WRITING LAB– The English Writing Center offers students both face-to-face tutoring (offered in the Central Library) and online interaction. Appointments may be made on the English Writing Center website where you will also find other tips and resources for improving your papers.
- LIBRARY SERVICES: The Library sponsors a wealth of resources and information for you.
- MATH CLINIC/MATH EMPORIUM– The Math Clinic and Math Emporium are drop-in tutoring centers located in Pickard Hall that offer assistance for students in specific undergraduate math courses and final review sessions before exams.
- SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER– The Science Learning Center offers resource materials and study aids for students in Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology classes.
- STUDENT ACCESS AND RESOURCE CENTER ( formerly the OFFICE OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES- The SAR Center provides services, in the form of academic accommodations, to students with all types of disabilities. Our accessibility specialists provide aid and guidance to students in personal, academic, and career matters.
- STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES– Student Support Services provides free academic support to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are either first generation, low income, and/or disabled. Free services include tutoring, counseling, advising, a private computer lab, seminars, cultural events, and laptop, calculator, and textbook lending programs.
- UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION– The University Tutorial offers individualized tutoring by high-quality, nationally certified tutors to students in a variety of subjects at a low price per hour. Supplemental Instruction is an internationally recognized student assistance program aimed at improving student performance in historically difficult courses and is free to all students.
More academic assistance services can be found at RESOURCES.
COMMUNITY THAT CARES RESOURCES
- UTA HEALTH SERVICES- Provides quality, accessible, comprehensive, and cost-effective primary health care. In addition to a general medicine clinic, Health Services houses a pharmacy, laboratory, radiology department, women’s health clinic, immunization clinic, and a health promotion and substance abuse prevention office.
- COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES- Provides services to help students increase their understanding of personal issues, address mental and behavioral health problems, and make positive changes in their lives. CAPS offers counseling, psychological, and psychiatric service.
- MAVS TALK 24 HR CRISIS LINE: 817-272-8255
- RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION– Committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all members of the University Community can persevere academically, personally, and professionally in an equitable and safe manner, devoid of sexual and relationship violence.
- BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION TEAM– A network of professionals from across campus that are committed to a caring, confidential program of identification, intervention, and response in order to provide students with the greatest chance of success and our community with the greatest level of protection.
- CENTER FOR STUDENTS IN RECOVERY– Provides a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment for students to cultivate life skills and celebrate success. With a variety of programs that emphasize community and accountability, CSR helps students draw upon their own inner strength, develop compassion, and build resilience.
- MAVS STAND UP/BYSTANDER INTERVENTION– Bystander intervention is recognizing a potentially harmful situation or interaction and choosing to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome. Steps to Intervention: (1) Recognize, (2) Choose, (3) Act.
- EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUND– The Emergency Assistance Fund provides limited monetary help to students who are suffering temporary financial hardship due to a sudden emergency, accident, or unforeseen event that would otherwise jeopardize their ability to attend UTA.
- THE MAC: MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER– The MAC, a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes a variety of equipment and activities. The MAC also offers group fitness – including virtual live and on-demand fitness classes, personal training, and massage therapy
GETTING INVOLVED ON CAMPUS
- STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: MAV ORGS– There are hundreds of groups that serve to complement your academic work, provide leadership development, and enhance your collegiate experience.
- NURSING STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: There are seven nursing organizations and two kinesiology organizations that you can join, even as a pre-nursing student.
For more opportunities to be involved on campus, see GET INVOLVED.
CAREER PLACEMENT RESOURCES
- LOCKHEED MARTIN CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER – Visit the career center for all your job-related questions. Services offered:
UTA Nursing School Resources
- NURSING STUDENT RESOURCES– Our faculty mentors and advising staff are dedicated to the success of our students. We also offer peer mentors and a variety of student organizations that enhance the academic experience and build professional skills.
- BSN APPLICANT CHECKLIST– This document serves as a guide through the minimum requirements to apply to the upper-division campus-based BSN program.
- PRE-LICENSURE NURSING IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS– The most recent information about immunizations that are required as part of the application process to the BSN Program.
- TEAS INFORMATION- UTA’s Pre-Licensure BSN program requires a minimum score in the “proficient” range in each section to be eligible to apply to the BSN Program.
For more information about the undergraduate nursing program, please see the CONHI BSN page.