Blackboard is a web-based learning management system (LMS) designed to support fully 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.
Find What You Need Here
- Placing the Student at the Center of the University
- Textbook Information
- Advisor Information
- Academic Support
- School Policies
- Services Available to Online Students
- Comprehensive Electronic Library
Placing the Student at the Center of the University
The University of Texas at Arlington blends a high quality learning experience with high touch student support. Through academic coaches, technical support, financial services, and much more we focus on you, so you can focus on earning your degree.
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.
- Go to the UTA bookstore.
- Click "Textbooks and Course Materials" on the left hand side.
- Select your division: DYN (for all online courses).
- Select the department of the course you are enrolled in (i.e. ENGL for an English course or NURS for a nursing course or MATH for a math course).
- Select your course number*.
- Select your section number*.
- Click "submit".
*If you do not know your course or section number please visit the course listing document (.pdf).
College of Education Programs
College of Nursing and Health Innovation Programs
To expedite your question, please email your advisor below.
AP BSN - Prelicensure program advisors
The College of Nursing and Health Innovation's Office of Enrollment and Student Services has implemented a plan to improve how academic advising services are delivered. A new email address has been created for students to send questions to: email@example.com. Students will no longer have one designated advisor, but will be assisted by the first available advisor to ensure a more prompt response time.
MSN - All Program Advisors - FNP, Administration, and Education
The College of Nursing and Health Innovation's Office of Enrollment and Student Services has implemented a plan to improve how we deliver academic advising services. One area we want to make improvements to now is how quickly we respond to your email questions. To do this, we have created a new email address for you to send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the MSN academic advisors will be responding to emails from this address. You may also schedule an appointment with any advisor for the first available appointment. Please follow the link to schedule an in-person or phone appointment https://www.uta.edu/conhi/students/advising/nursing-grad.php.
Questions regarding courses
Office: Enrollment Services
Questions/problems with payment
Office: Student Accounts
Registration and drop issues
Office: College of Education
Office: College of Nursing and Health Innovation
To expedite your registration and/or drop issues, locate your academic advisor and email them your request.
Locate your advisor now (BSN)
Locate your advisor now (RN-BSN)
Your academic success is our highest goal. From the start of your program, UTA resources are available to help you reach your goal of graduation. Each student is assigned an academic coach who is a highly qualified, experienced leader in their field, and has earned a master's or doctorate degree. This academic role assists the professor and supports the student by providing feedback and answers to course-related questions.
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.
Services Available to Accelerated Online (AO) Students
Students taking AO courses have access to online resources (online advising, academic assistance through academic coaching, online tutoring and online library through BlackBoard, online Writing Center) 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 health center, the MAC, campus-based library services, supplemental instruction, or SMART hospital.
Accelerated online students are not eligible to use Health Services Center. Students must find a provider on the outside or a clinic to use.
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.