The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) was established in 1895 and has evolved into one of the leading universities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Located midway between the metropolitan centers of Dallas and Fort Worth, UT Arlington students can experience the “real world,” with more than 39,000 students in attendance from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. More than 5,000 students live on campus and experience college life, from UTA traditions like ooze ball and bed races to participating in one of the more than 300 student organizations.
Here are some details you may want to know about CAP at UT Arlington:
If you attend UT Arlington through CAP, you are not eligible to be considered for UTA’s General Academic Scholarships. But you may be eligible for other scholarships.
UT Arlington offers several options, including residence halls and on-campus apartments, for those who’d like to live on campus while at the university.
CAP students attending UT Arlington must take a placement test prior to enrolling in higher-division math courses and—like all other students in Texas—must complete the Texas Success Initiative requirement.
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Visiting UT Arlington
Visiting the UT Arlington campus is the best way to discover if the university is right for you. UTA offers campus tours Monday through Saturday.