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The University of Texas at Arlington

Business Undergraduate Advising


Welcome to the Home Page of Undergraduate Advising in the College of Business (COB) at the University of Texas at Arlington. The purpose of this site is to provide current and prospective College of Business students with some of the information they need to be successful in their college career.

Each student in the College of Business has access to a professional academic advisor for educational and vocational guidance. The advising process is designed to assist students as they make important decisions related to their academic progress at UT Arlington and career goals in general.

Specifically, the purpose of advising is:

  • To empower students to clarify and achieve their educational goals by providing timely and accurate information about degree requirements, as well as College and University policies and procedures.
  • To provide every business student with the opportunity to develop a relationship with a knowledgeable advisor in order to obtain sound academic advising with a degree of continuity.

To provide students with information about additional services, programs, and support systems available within the College and University as appropriate.

Ultimately, the student is responsible for seeking academic advice, making decisions regarding goals, meeting degree requirements, and enrolling in appropriate courses. The academic advisor is to provide assistance and help in these decisions. All students are responsible for understanding and complying with University and College policies and procedures.

The Advising Center is located on the first floor of the Business Building, Suite 107. Feel free to contact the Center by calling 817.272.3368 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

While an effort is made to keep all information current on this website, it is not intended nor does it contain all regulations that relate to students. Changes may occur and become effective when the proper authorities so determine and will apply to all students. The document of authority for all undergraduate students is the online undergraduate catalog that was in effect at the time the student first enrolled at U. T. Arlington (subject to an eight-year limitation). The requirements given in the online versions of these catalogs supersede information published here or information issued by any academic department, program, college, or school.