myMAV: Helpful Guide to UTA Arlington Portal 2021

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MyMav, the University of Texas at Arlington’s student information system, provides efficient, secure, and user-friendly access to manage virtually every aspect of a student’s college career.

UT Arlington’s Student Information System is used to register, pay your bills, accept your financial aid, check your grades, view your degree audit, and a host of other functions.

How to log into myMAV

You can log into MyMav using your UTA email address and password by visiting uta.edu/mymav. In addition, you will be prompted to use multi-factor authentication when accessing MyMav from off-campus through a web browser. This also includes accessing MyMav from student housing.

  1. Navigate to uta.edu/mymav.
  2. Under myMAV Login tab, click on Students.
  3. Then click on “Students Login Here”.
  4. On the login page, enter your UTA email address.
  5. Enter your password to log in.
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myMAV login.

How to search and register for classes in MyMav

  1. Go to www.uta.edu/mymav and click on “Student Login” under the MyMav title. Then, the “Student Login Here” button will appear. Click on the “Student Login Here” to access MyMav.
  2. Then, sign in using your email address and click “Next.” Then, enter your password and click on “Sign In”. If you forgot your password, visit the UTA NetID Self Service page.
  3. Once logged into MyMav, select the “Manage Classes” title.
  4. On the left menu, select “Class Search and Enroll“. It will display the enrollment term options.
  5. If the system already has an enrollment term selected or you selected the wrong enrollment option, select “Change.” If you do not need to change the enrollment term, skip to “Step 7.”
  6. Once you click “Change,” a pop-up window will display the available enrollment terms. Click the appropriate enrollment option. You can use the arrows to expand and collapse to see additional options. If the appropriate option is already selected, select the “x” in the corner of the box.
  7. Once you exit the change terms options, there are two ways to continue with the enrollment process. 
    • Option 1: You can use the “Search for Classes” box to enter keywords, such as course, class name, or topic.
    • Option 2: You can also click the “Additional ways to search” link to display the search boxes for “Available Subjects,” “Catalog Number,” and “Instructor Last Name.”
  8.  In the “Search for Classes” bar, enter a full course number or subject. Examples: Math 1301 or History.
  9. The screen will display the results of a class search. In this example, it displays Math 1301.
  10. CLASS FILTER OPTIONS: Once you enter the search criteria in the fluid class search page, then you can use the filters located on the right to narrow your options. After selecting the filter options appropriate to you, click anywhere in the box under the “View Search Results to move to the course date/time selection.
  11. The available days and times of the course are listed. 
  12. Once you select the class, it will display class details, meeting information, class availability, and textbook/other information. Note, the details also displays the prerequisites for the class. 
  13. The available days and times of the course are listed. Click anywhere in the desired class option to proceed.
  14. You are now in the Enroll portion of the process. Click “Next” in the upper right corner to move to the next step.
  15.  If the class is full and you would like to be added to the waitlist, Click on No to change it to Yes. If you have been given a permission number from an advisor, enter the number in the box under that description. After verifying all settings are correct, click “Accept“.
  16. If you are only enrolling in this course, select “Enroll”. If you are needing to enroll in more course, select “Add to Shopping Cart”. Then click “Next” in the upper right corner. Click “Yes” in the pop-up to verify you want to submit this course to your shopping cart.
  17. Once you have all the courses needed in your shopping cart, select the check box next to each course. Then, click “Enroll“. In the pop-up box, click “Yes” to proceed with the enrollment.
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How to get to your class schedule in MyMav

  1. Go to www.uta.edu/mymav and click on “Student Login.”
  2. Then, click on “Student Login Here.”
  3. The next screen will prompt you to sign in using your UTA email address. After entering your UTA email address, click “Next.” Then, enter your password and click “Sign In.”
  4. Once logged into MyMav, the UTA Student Homepage will display Schedule on the left side of the screen. For mobile devices, scroll down. This is a condensed version of the schedule.
  5. To expand the schedule for the entire week, click on the > symbol on the schedule. 

How to drop or withdraw from your classes

Students can drop or swap (adding and dropping a class concurrently) classes through self-service in MyMav from the beginning of the registration period through the late registration period. Students dropping their last class on or after the first day of classes must communicate with an academic advisor in the department of their major to make the last class drop (withdrawal). 

After the late registration period, students must contact an academic advisor to drop a class or withdraw. Students who receive an error when attempting to drop or withdraw should contact their academic advisor.

  1. Go to www.uta.edu/mymav and click on “Student Login” under the MyMav title. Then, the “Student Login Here” button will appear. Click on the “Student Login Here” to access MyMav.
  2. Then, sign in using your email address and click “Next.” Then, enter your password and click on “Sign In“.
  3. Once logged into MyMav, select the “Manage Classes” title.
  4. Once you click on Manage Classes, it will display your enrolled classes by class and date. Under the “By Class” section, review the enrollment deadlines listed at the bottom of each class to determine if you want to continue with dropping or withdrawing from your class.
  5. After selecting the enrollment deadline, a pop-up window will display the “Drop Calendar” and “Cancel and Withdraw” section. View the options by clicking on the appropriate section and then, click the “X” to close the box.
  6. After closing the enrollment deadline box, select “Drop Classes” located in the menu on the left side”. Then select the appropriate term in the options listed
  7. The screen will display the courses available to drop or withdraw. Click on the box next to the class you wish to drop or withdraw
  8. Once you select the courses you would like to drop or withdraw, the Next button will appear on the left side of the screen. Select “Next” to continue with the drop or withdraw process. 
  9. After clicking “Next” to continue the process, review the classes listed to drop or withdraw. Then, click on the green “Drop Classes.”
  10. After clicking the green “Drop Classes” button, confirm that you would like to drop or withdraw from the classes by clicking “YES” or “NO”
  11. Once you select “Yes” to drop or withdraw from the selected course, the screen will display a confirmation that your class has been dropped. A green box will temporary show that indicates that the process is completed. 

Accepting and declining admissions MyMav Fluid – New students

  1. Go to uta.edu/mymav and click on “Student Login”.
  2. Then, click on “Student Login Here.”
  3. The next screen will prompt you to sign in using your UTA email address. After entering your UTA email address, click “Next.” Then, enter your password and click “Sign In.”
  4. Once logged in, select the Academic tile.
  5. The Admissions page opens up. You can click on the Application Status tab from the left menu.
  6. Here you can see the status of your application. Select either Accept or Decline button to indicate your choice.
  7. You are now asked to confirm your decision. Select the ‘No’ button if you do not wish to make a selection at this time.
  8. Congratulations!! You have accepted admission for your program. Contact the Office of Admissions should you need further assistance.
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