Student Services

We are committed to providing an online environment that stimulates your curiosity, nurtures your achievement and promotes success throughout your student journey.

Empowering Your Success

Experience high-quality instruction enriched with high-touch student support as an online student at the University of Texas at Arlington. We focus on providing the information and services you need so that you can focus on completing your program. As a student enrolled in accelerated online (AO) courses, you will have access to online resources (online advising, academic assistance through academic coaching, online tutoring and online library through Canvas, access to the Writing Center’s resources by scheduling face-to-face or online appointments, and campus resources such as the Library’s Distance Education services.) Students taking AO courses do not have access to campus resources such as the MAC, campus-based library services, supplemental instruction, or SMART hospital. Accelerated online students are also not eligible to use Health Services Center and must find an outside provider or clinic to use. Discover more about the resources that can benefit you, below.

Additional Services

  • AO Tutoring via Knack – coming fall 2023
  • UTA Library
  • Academic Coach
  • Academic Advisor
  • Career Services
  • Handshake – Job opportunities
  • Health Services – student pays
  • CAPS – referral services only
  • Office of Community Standards and Title IX
  • Office of Disabilities
  • OIT/Tech Support
  • Veteran Services
  • MavAdvantage – Experiential Learning (must be enrolled in degree seeking program)

Academic Support

Your academic success is our highest goal. In helping support your online student journey, UTA will assign you an academic coach at the start of your program. Each academic coach is a highly qualified, experienced leader in their field, and has earned a master’s or doctorate degree. This academic role assists UTA professors and can provide feedback and answers to your course-related questions.

Advisor Information

College of Nursing and Health Innovation (COHNI) Programs

To expedite answers to your questions about registration, please email the advisor address for your program below. To assure a prompt response time, students will no longer have one designated advisor, but will be assisted by the first available advisor.

AP BSN – Prelicensure program advisors

Send questions to the COHNI Office of Enrollment and Student Services via email to:

MSN – All Program Advisors – FNP, Administration, and Education

Send your questions to: Please note that all the MSN academic advisors will be responding to emails from this address.

You may also schedule an appointment with any graduate nursing program advisor for the first available appointment.

For questions regarding courses

Call the Office of Enrollment Services at 866-489-2810.

For questions/problems with payment

Call the Office of Student Accounts at 817-272-2172.

For registration and drop issues

Call 817-272-6287.

Office: College of Nursing and Health Innovation

To expedite your registration and/or drop issues, locate your academic advisor and email them your request.

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Comprehensive Electronic Library

Our online library, accessible to current students, offers a vast array of scholarly and professional research materials. Some special services are available, such as the delivery of books and journal articles. Additional services include research consultations and seminars, online materials, course-integrated instruction and library tours. Research assistance is available at each of our locations as well as by telephone, email or chat. The UTA library general collection includes both circulating and non-circulating materials housed in three separate facilities. The library owns over one million volumes and provides access to over 30,000 electronic books and 20,000 electronic journals and databases. For more information about UTA library’s services for online students, call 888-565-9023 or Ask a Librarian.


As an accelerated online student, you are welcome to participate in graduation ceremonies upon completion of your degree program. For full details, including information on graduation requirements and announcements, refer to the Graduation FAQs.

School Policies

Our policies apply to all online students. A complete listing of school policies is available in our Handbook of Operating Procedures. Questions about ADA? Please visit the Office for Students with Disabilities website.

Technology Support

You can feel confident that technical support is available to make your online learning experience convenient. Simply call (817) 272-2208 or email and a knowledgeable representative will help you resolve your technical issues.


MyMav is the University of Texas at Arlington student communication portal where you can check on application status, check on missing documents for admissions, register for classes, pay tuition, check on financial aid status, receive all university email correspondence and much more. Please make sure that you activate your MyMav account and set up your student email address.

If you already applied to UTA and have not received your NetID and PW to activate your MyMav account, or need further assistance with your UTA student email account, please email or call the UTA Computer Help Desk at 817-272-2208. For additional information please visit the UTA Help Desk Page.


Canvas is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) utilized throughout UTA for online instruction and training. It is designed to fully support online courses and provides many types of tools and features to enrich your UTA learning experience.

Use your UTA Net ID and Password to log in to Canvas. Login to your Canvas course.

For technical support on courses offered on the Canvas Learning Management Systems, visit Canvas Student Support or contact the Center for Distance Education at  817-272-5727 or

See Technology FAQs for further information about technology support.

Textbook Information

Not every course requires the purchase of textbooks, but all courses will have required readings either from the e-reserves in the UTA Online Library, designated website readings or specific results from database searches. To view the required reading materials for your course, please visit the UTA Bookstore and search for your course. You can browse for your books and order them too. For further information, see our Registration and Textbook FAQs.

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