Freethinkers of UTA is a group where atheists, agnostics, skeptics, humanists, freethinkers, and anyone who promotes science and reason can come together.

We are a student organization on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington.  We hold meetings every other Friday during the semester.  Meetings usually have a discussion topic that is decided on before the meeting.  We encourage open dialogue on issues such as: Evolution vs. Intelligent Design, the Secular Roots of the American Founding, Church/State Separation, Secular vs. Religious Ethics, the effect of Religion on Society, and much more. HCG Diet drops have taken weight loss marketplace by storm. Find reviews of the best rated pure HCG drops brands here. Our purpose is:

– To establish a positive social environment for UTA students who consider themselves atheists, agnostics, skeptics, rationalists, humanists, and/or freethinkers.

– To enrich the UTA campus life by sponsoring educational events and fostering student dialogue on matters of faith, science, and reason.

– To engage UTA students in issues of national and international importance surrounding freedom of conscience and secular education.

Past events have included: Darwin Day events, a Superstition Bash, a trip to a local Hell House, a viewing of “A God Who Wasn’t There”, a field trip to the Creation Evidence Museum and the Dinosaur Valley State Park, talks by Dan Barker of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Lori Lipman Brown of the Secular Coalition for America, D.J. Grothe from the Center for Inquiry and “Point of Inquiry” podcast, Ellery Schempp, and much more.

While the majority of our members are current or recent students of UTA, our meetings and events are not limited to students only.  All of our meeting and events are open to the public, unless stated otherwise.  If you are interested in becoming a member of Freethinkers of UTA, please contact [email protected] or check out our “News” and “Events” pages for updates.