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Planetarium at the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington

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TripAdvisor
  • Went here for an evening show, and my stepson loved the 3D roller-coaster feature before the show, and was interested for most of the constellation show. This is a fun local place to go on a date out,...  more »
  • Of course we drove over an hour for this show which happened to be the last show of the day. Everyone seemed like the ice slide part of the show which was great, but lets face it no one wants to drive...  more »
  • The Planetarium at UTA is the largest digital planetarium in Texas. This great facility offers a range of shows including star shows plus special films often covering a science (usually space) topic. ...  more »
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  • Suh, never went to this campus before, im still in highschool. Name is Bailey btw. Shoutout to my college friends Bieu and Laura, also a bunch more like alcoholic Katie. So far, UTA has been a great experience, I've been locked out from a gym, caught Pokemon, and randomly joined a anime club that I had no awareness about. I heard that this campus gives you a lot of work, simply because it's UTA. I've been to UTD for a week, and there were a lot of Indians. Maybe this campus could be the same. If ya happen to see me at UTA, be sure to hit me up with some Korean BBQ. If you're a parent reading this... Send your kids here if you want them to have a college education. That's it.
  • Wonderful school, but their services are ridiculously and laughably terrible. They don't straight up tell you what you need so you have to hunt everything down yourself. It takes them forever to confirm documents, sometimes even lose them. I had to physically go to their offices and show them that I sent documents in and have gotten confirmations. I don't understand how they keep losing everything I send. It is just so irritating. How can they be that incompetent. Overall great school though.
  • Good university programs. Not very helpful with once you graduate. They only call you for donations to alumni association. Job market wise, your degree from UT Arlington does not help you much.
  • All that matters for this University is "Making Money". They charge you for every small service they do for any student what-so-ever ! Just for simple documentation I would have paid them more than $5000 all through my master's degree and OPT period ! Will definitely not recommend for anyone in future.
  • Honestly its turned into a pretty money hungry school. disappointed in my masters education currently.