President Vistasp Karbhari will address the campus community in an hourlong Q&A in which any student can ask questions, in person or via Twitter.
Students had an opportunity to meet their student representatives and learn about how resolutions get passed and the upcoming fall elections.
The event will allow UTA students to bowl for free and watch the anticipated match.
All areas of the student government will be represented at Greet Your Government, along with a voter registration table.
Fans purchasing tickets through the Rangers website will receive a limited edition Rangers cap, and student tickets are a discounted $15.
Casie Wofford said she became an advocate to work on prevention and help those affected by violence or assault.
The event is part of the annual Maverick Stampede, which aims to introduce students to campus and each other.
There will be an increased number of police officers on campus during the event's run from Thursday to Sunday.
Bethany Shaffer had no idea she had been nominated until she was one of 12 faculty members from across the U.S. to receive the inaugural award.
A male student also reported his Honda motorcycle incurred $500 worth of damages from an attempted theft, and a nonstudent female was arrested in connection with possession of marijuana.
After closing in late April, the vegan Mexican restaurant Down to Earth is set to offer its menu options again in the College Park District.