The University Singers Choir, established in 1949, shows the pride that University of Texas at Arlington students feel in their school. The choir’s diversity is representative of the UT Arlington student body, which was ranked the fifth most ethnically diverse undergraduate population in the nation in 2018.

The choir consists not only of music majors, but of students from all parts of the university. University Singers members are pursuing degrees in business, mechanical engineering, nursing, mathematics, biology, and communications, to mention a few.

In 2017, the University Singers Choir was invited to participate in the National Association for Music Educators Association Conference in Dallas as the demonstration choir for the Nation Barbershop Harmony Society. The Irving Chorale and the University Singers joined forces in the fall of 2017 for The Art of the Spiritual under the direction of composer/conductor Rosephanye Powell. Most recently, in the spring of 2019, the University Singers received of the Dean’s Award from the College of Liberal Arts at UTA for their collaborative program,  Luminous Night of the Soul.