On Saturday, February 8, 2014 high achieving transfer students will be able to attend an event to learn more about transfer scholarships, the Honors College, and meet faculty and academic advisors. For more information call 210-458-2000.
Up to 24,000 reasons why you should consider UTSA
Qualified incoming freshman can receive up to $24,000 for 4 years just by applying to UTSA.
The best way to learn about UTSA is to visit our vibrant campuses. Both the Main Campus and the Downtown Campus have Welcome Centers and tours that allow you to get a glimpse of what makes UTSA special.
UTSA is located in the nation's seventh-largest city and Texas' top tourist destination. Home to the
Alamo and other Spanish missions and a rich history of diverse cultures, San Antonio is an amazing environment
in which to learn, discover and grow. Whether you take classes at the Main Campus or Downtown Campus,
you can take advantage of all that the Alamo City has to offer.
The Main Campus is the hub of UTSA, where Roadrunners discover an exciting community with bustling
activity occurring almost 24/7. At the foot of the Texas Hill Country but within walking distance of
La Cantera's beautiful mall and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, the Main Campus combines a scenic landscape with
the conveniences of a major city. With four residence halls, the Main Campus is where 3,700 Roadrunners
live, eat and sleep each school year. Another 5,000 students live within walking distance of campus.
The Downtown Campus is in the heart of the city's vibrant business, social and cultural districts. The
College of Architecture and the College of Public Policy both benefit greatly from their primary location at the
Downtown Campus. Over 6,000 students choose to take classes at the Downtown Campus where they can complete all
of your core classes or enroll in one of 18 undergraduate and eight graduate degree programs which can be completed here in their entirety.
The HemisFair Park Campus, also in downtown San Antonio, is home to UTSA's Institute of
Texan Cultures. Located a short walk from the Alamo and the River Walk, the 182,000-square-foot museum hosts exhibits
and live performances and is a wonderful place to learn about the cultural history and traditions of the Lone Star State.
As a Smithsonian Affiliate, the ITC benefits from artifacts and educational programs shared by an exclusive group of member museums.