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UT Arlington offers nearly 190 degrees at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels in a wide range of disciplines.
The university also offers professional development programs.
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In the first few years, between 75 and 150 students were enrolled in the college.
The RVSP Program also provides education and outreach efforts to reduce the occurrence of harassment, stalking, and relationship and sexual violence. Call (817) 272-9250 or the 24-hour hotline at (817) 272-0260, email [email protected], or visit https://edu/rvsp/ This network of UTA professionals collaborates with faculty and staff to help students exhibiting high-risk behaviors.
Arlington College was established as a private school for primary through secondary level students, equivalent to the modern 1st–10th grades.For information contact (817) 927-4039 or the 24-hour Crisis Hotline at (817) 927-2737. Resident Directors & Resident Assistants, Office Assistants), CAPS staff, ROTC/Cadet Leaders, Hearing Officers, and Campus Recreation Staff. The Office of Equal Opportunity Services (EOS) provides annual training on university policies related to sexual misconduct and sexual harassment, including responsible employee reporting obligations. Guides and checklists for faculty/staff related to support resources for student victims of sexual assault and relationship violence. This group of student leaders routinely provide RVSP information on the prevention of relationship and sexual violence at UT Arlington.This community partner offers counseling support, shelter, and a 24-hour hotline for victims of intimate partner violence, and has a mission to end intimate violence through safety, support, prevention, and social change. Provides support to victims from initial contact throughout criminal justice process. EOS at UTA is charged with developing and sustaining a learning and working environment that is diverse, inclusive, and free of illegal discrimination and harassment in any form. The university official tasked with ensuring Title IX compliance. Visit https://edu/rvsp/faculty-staff/for sexual assault information. Visit https://edu/rvsp/faculty-staff/for intimate partner violence information. This mandatory online educational program to prevent risky behaviors, sexual assault, and substance use is given to all incoming freshmen, transfer, and graduate students. Title IX, BIT, RVSP, Bystander Intervention, CAPs, and Community Standards training. These workshops are open to the UTA community and discuss characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships.For information email Jean Hood at [email protected] call (817) 272-7091. “Community that Cares” for all new students, transfer students, international students, and veterans. This bystander initiative training course is designed to educate students on safety issues and to speak up when they witness problems of sexual harassment, relationship violence, sexual violence, and sexual assault. Sponsored by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). To dispel gender-based stereotypes and provide information on healthy relationships free from violence.The mission of UTAPD is to protect and serve the students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Co-hosted by RVSP Program and the Gay-Straight Alliance.