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Founded in 1969, The University of Texas at San Antonio. is a Public college. Located in Texas, which is a city setting in Texas, the campus itself is Urban. The campus is home to 24,724 full time undergraduate students, and 4,235 full time graduate students.
The The University of Texas at San Antonio Academic calendar runs on a Semester basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 23:1. There are 911 full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at The University of Texas at San Antonio include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at UTSA are considered Less Selective, with ,177% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only 28 of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
89% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 51% were in the top quarter, and 13% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
We asked, and students answered these important questions about student life at The University of Texas at San Antonio.
354 Students rated on-campus housing 3.6 stars. 21 % gave the school a 5.0.
260 Students rated off-campus housing 3.9 stars. 0 % gave the school a 5.0.
407 Students rated campus food 3.9 stars. 32 % gave the school a 5.0.
409 Students rated campus facilities 4.3 stars. 49 % gave the school a 5.0.
410 Students rated class size 3.9 stars. 31 % gave the school a 5.0.
409 Students rated school activities 4.2 stars. 43 % gave the school a 5.0.
414 Students rated local services 4.3 stars. 55 % gave the school a 5.0.
412 Students rated academics 4.2 stars. 47 % gave the school a 5.0.
266 Students rated The University of Texas at San Antonio
I enjoy attending this university. The campus is beautiful and the people are nice. The professors are committed to their careers and take our education seriously. There's always something going on. The facilities are top notch and there's always someone willing to help if you need it.
UTSA is a very homey campus. There's always something to do. There are lots of opportunities to study, have fun, or relax. I never feel unsafe on campus and it's always clean. The campus filled with many friendly people willing to help you if needed. I would recommend that freshman stay on campus their first year just to get accustomed to college life because I went in knowing almost nothing about how it would work and staying off-campus would have made it so much harder. Housing is great and convenient! It doesn't feel like you're too far away from home. Utilities and maintenance are good and I rarely had any problems. You're going to meet a lot of great people so don't shell up in your dorm, like I did at first, go out and explore! Parking is a little bit of a hassle on the weekdays so if you plan on having a car beware of that. A majority of professors on campus are wonderful and will work with you outside of the classroom via e-mail or office hours. The cafe isn't too routine when it comes to food choices. Food is always fresh plus they have days where you can eat for free during finals week. Stores on campus have pretty much everything you would need from school supplies to toiletries. The library stays open 24 hours during school time so that's a plus if you just need somewhere to clear your mind. Lastly, one of main things about college is to go out and meet people. The people you meet could be potential study partners or lifelong friends so don't miss out on great opportunities by staying indoors. Get out and get active!
UTSA has offered hundreds of opportunities for me. I have been exposed to very useful career fairs, as well as, amazing sports and carnivals. If I had to choose a university all over again, I would still choose UTSA. This school has showed me new people, provided me excellent professors, and great classes.
UTSA wasn't my first choice when i was looking for colleges in high school but it has proven to be the best decision in my academic career. Even though most of the students are a little stuck up and hard to get along with, i have found a great group of friends to hang out with on the weekends. Academically, i don't feel like the school work is too hard since my high school adequately prepared me for this. One of the major problems i've had this year is learning how to manage my time and prioritize my schoolwork. Another major plus is that the professors are, for the most part, understanding and helpful with questions and meetings during their office hours. Once again, UTSA has been an amazing decision and i plan on staying here for the full four years or however long it takes roget my bachelors degree in civil engineering.
The fall 2020 acceptance rate for The University of Texas at San Antonio is 76%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
Look, stop worrying about what other people think of you. Stop letting people think for you. Do what you want to do and choose a career you will love doing for the rest of your life. You have to step up and take care of yourself and learn to do things on your own before you go off to college because noone is going to walk you through it. Just believe in your abilities and you will do great.
Very diverse, some care about school while others don't, some do very well and others fail....
The University of Texas at San Antonio offers a full range of degree programs to students in all economic strata.
The problem of space seems to jump out at me the most. It is always very crowded and, at certain times, getting parking is impossible. Also, the smoking that is allowed on campus is something that is enjoyed by all the smokers on the campus. When passing between buildings, the ambient smoke makes me feel like I'm choking.
A person who intrested in business and engineering should really consider of attending UTSA!
My school is best known for the Engineering program. The school recently built a new building, to further the learning capabilities for Engineering majors.
The expenses of this school because they are really affordable and the school costs are not very expensive.
someone who is outgoing and likes meeting new people and trying new things. our school spirit is also on the rise so if you like sports and want to be a part of something you should really look no further than UTSA
I wish I had known more about cheaper off campus housing and APA writing style.
The truth is that nothing is arrogant for me . I like how everything is organized. I just tell my friends how each day is a special day for me on school.
The University of Texas @ San Antonio is a great school it isn't too big, but at the same time it's not a tiny college where everyone knows everyone. This school is growing and I love being apart of a great community where the professors and staff actually care about the students. There is always something to do, because of all the programs and the location of the school.
Students at UTSA generally fall into two categories: The first, students who just don't want to be here. These students had no intentions of attending this college while in high school and ended up here because they couldn't get into their first, second, or eighteenth choice. By default, they ended up at UTSA and aren't happy about it. The second category doesn't mind being here, but generally underachieve. Classes filled with these students end up with 5-10% of registered students showing up to class. Put simply, the students are the most frustrating part of UTSA.
I am going to star this summer, so I can give you this information next session
It's a perfect campus that offers a wide variety of majors, and encourages student growth.
At UTSA there is no typical stereotype; we have it all! There are frat guys, sorority girls, geeks, you name it. Just walking around campus you can see a multitude of student organizations, each a self-proclaimed sterotype from the Atheist Agenda and Campus Crusaders for Christ to the ROTC and the Association of Chinese Culture; there is definitely somewhere for everyone at UTSA.
I've been to a number of private universities labeled as "stellar institutions," but I have to give UTSA my approval. Don't be fooled by its label as a "public institution" with high acceptance rates. No SANE PERSON has ever said that a great education requires arrogant professors and failing grades. Yes, admittedly, UTSA has its arrogant professors, but they are avoidable (sometimes). UTSA becomes a second home, despite the laziness of its advisers and lackluster campus decorum. Teachers are reputable and the food is great (not much variety, though). The student body is heavily diverse; I see Indians, Asians, Hispanics, and Whites at every corner.
Take it upon yourself to excel as English majors. Don't expect professors to carry you to the top. Choose your courses WISELY. This is the most important advice that I can give you. If you want to make the most out of your undergraduate career at UTSA, then choose the right professors to assist you in achieving your goals. There are amazing professors from Duke, UPenn, and Stanford that aren't condescending fools.
It has a lot of sports that you can be active.
I have been here two years and have really just been in the engineering area of the school. I don't have to much input as to what stereotypes are out there about UTSA.
We only have one real "dorm" at UTSA. Chisholm Hall: it is one big open room that two people share with a private bathroom (no community restrooms). The other on campus housing options are on campus apartments. Laurel Village and Chaparral Village are fairly new and very nice housing options. Each person gets their own room and shares a restroom with one other person. There is also a very spacious common area with a refrigerator. Both of these places are in very close proximity to class. Lastly, University Oaks is an older on campus apartment. They have a full kitchen and alcohol is allowed if you are of age. It is a little further walk to class but it is still a nice option.
We have a Chili's on campus, a Burger King, Panda Express, Taco Cabana, Subway, Extreme Pita, Starbucks, Smoothie King and a cafeteria. So many yummy options!
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All students must apply yearly for financial aid. This process starts with the FAFSA.
Though financial aid deadlines vary by school, it is a good idea to apply as soon as possible. For the upcoming school year, you can apply as early as October 1 for the FAFSA. Additional school aid will be dependent on the FAFSA results.
84% of students
attending The University of Texas at San Antonio receive some sort of financial aid.
45% were awarded federal grants.
While 51% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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