You are considered an academic borrower if you meet one or more of the following criteria:
Retired UT Arlington Faculty
Retired faculty members can obtain a MavExpress card by presenting valid ID and proof of retirement status at the MavExpress Office. For more details, view the university's Faculty and Staff Identification Cards procedure.
Faculty, Staff, and Students at Member Libraries of TexShare
If your college, university or public library is a member of TexShare, you can get a UT Arlington Libraries card. Get a TexShare Card from your home library. Bring your TexShare Card with a photo ID to the Central Library Service Desk. Your UT Arlington Libraries Card will be valid for the length of time designated by your home institution.
Faculty at Member Libraries of the OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program
Get an OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program Card from your home library. Bring this card and a photo ID to the Central Library Service Desk. Your UT Arlington Libraries Card will be valid through the end of the current academic year.
Students Enrolled in the UT Arlington Intensive English Program
As part of the English Language Institute, the IEP is a six-level program focused on helping English as a second language (ESL) students enter and succeed in American university life.
Students and Teachers Participating in the K12 Connections Program
Students in the Upward Bound Program
The Upward Bound Program at UT Arlington provides services to area high school students by focusing on equipping these students with the necessary skills to succeed, both academically and personally, after high school graduation. Participants are potential first generation college students and several belong to low-income families.