University of Texas Arlington Off Campus Apartments
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Oh My Darlington
♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ Oh my darlington, oh my darlington, oh my darlington UTA undergrad. Thou art found and here forever, studying in Texas, Arlington ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ Hopefully you will not actually be studying at UTA forever, but once you are a UTA student you will forever be a UTA loyal! Those who attend the University of Texas, Arlington create a strong bond with each other, thanks to their shared experience of working so hard in their classes and being exposed to so many different things. At UTA students can choose between several school and colleges, including a nursing, architecture, and social work. On top of having so many course choices, students are pleased to find that this school takes part in world-altering research, and is one of the least expensive universities in Texas! No wonder UTA is everyone’s darlington!
Renting an off-campus apartment in Arlington (a.k.a. an apartlington) is a choice most students make while attending UTA. The surrounding area is ideal for people wanting to commute to school as there are so many places available, and conveniently located. Lots of apartlingtons are affordable and enable students to have this sacred thing called “privacy.” For some tips in looking for your new place, check out our apartment search guides! Once you have rented an awesome apartlington, students can do some urban exploring and discover the glory that is Arlington, Texas. Sports fans will be happy to have the Rangers and Cowboy stadium nearby, and foodies will be happy to know that there are tons of great restaurants downtown, like Pho Pasteur at 100 W Pioneer Pkwy. There is something for everyone in Arlington, and for everything in between there are the nearby cities of Dallas and Fort Worth!
The nightlife in Arlington, Texas is (you guessed it) called Partylington (at least, that’s what I call it, I have no idea if anyone else does). There is a ton of things going on at night, and bars and restaurants get packed. Because the stadium is in town, sports bars are particularly popular and students enjoy going to places like Humperdinks Restaurant and Brewery, or Skybox Sports Club at 1002 N Collins St. The Greek scene is also a great way for students to get involved socially without having to be over the age of 21! After having partylington in Arlington, you will want to go back to your apartlington and relax! Oh my darlington…
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Does Arlington have any family activities??
Arlington is home to the original Six Flags theme park. Six Flags Over Texas opened in Arlington on August 1st, 1961. The park boasts many "firsts" including the first log flume, first mine train roller coaster, the first roller coaster with consecutive loops, and the first freefall ride, the Wildcatter. Arlington's Six Flags is also home to the Titan, the tallest and fastest rollercoaster in the state of Texas. This expansive amusement park hosts many special events throughout the year including Fright Fest, the Best of Texas Festival, and Spring Break Out, so pack up the family and head out for a fun-filled day in the park. MyNewPlace.com
What kind of sport events around Arlington ?
Noted as Forbes Magazine's 2009 "Most Valuable Sports Franchise in the U.S.", the famed Dallas Cowboys now call Arlington home. The new $1.15 billion dollar Dallas Cowboys stadium opened in Arlington on June 6th, 2009 and features a state-of-the-art retractable dome roof. The stadium seats 100,000, so put on your silver and blue faces and head out for the best tailgating party and most exciting games in the state. The Cowboys Stadium will also play host to Super Bowl XLV on February 6th, 2011. MyNewPlace.com
Where in Arlington should I live if I'd like to walk or bike to work and to restaurants and bars from my apartment?
With a total citywide walkscore of 65, Arlington is not a particularly pedestrian-friendly town, but groups like Bike Friendly Arlington are continuously working to improve this status. The central part of town, most notably the downtown business area and neighborhoods surrounding the University of Texas at Arlington, are the most pedestrian-friendly. These neighborhoods feature an array of restaurants and shops, as well as several cultural and entertainment destinations all within walking distance.
Is Arlington a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Yes. Arlington has no bus system, so you will need a car. In fact, Arlington is the largest city in the United States not served by a comprehensive public transportation system, perhaps because voters have rejected proposals of a fixed-route bus transit system three times. However, Arlington has four demographic-specific transit systems. Handitran serves the elderly and the disabled, Arlington hotels have arranged a shuttle bus system for their guests, UT Arlington provides a shuttle service for students, and Mission Arlington operates a bus system for those in need.
I'm relocating. What's the weather like in Arlington?
Arlington, TX has four distinct seasons. Summer temperatures tend to be in the 80s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 40s. The average high temperature in July and August, the warmest months of the year, is 95 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month of the year, is 34 degrees Fahrenheit. On average Arlington receives 38 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, although May tends to be the wettest month.