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Coronavirus Updates

April 9, 2020

Orientation All in-person orientations scheduled for summer will move to an online format. Students who had previously signed up for an in-person orientation will automatically be moved to the online orientation experience. Students who have already paid their orientation deposit, will have it automatically applied… Continue Reading

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We are Roadrunner Strong #UTSATogether

March 27, 2020

Roadrunners, these are extraordinary times. And we are an extraordinary community. Let’s remember to be kind and supportive of one another. Every one of us is adjusting to a new way of doing things and every one of us is doing our best. We are… Continue Reading

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Engineering team takes first in steel bridge competition

March 11, 2020

UTSA civil engineering students showed great success as they put classroom knowledge learned to practical use at the American Institute of Steel Construction’s Regional Steel Bridge Competition on March 8 in Arlington. The UTSA Steel Bridge Team placed first overall and took first in the… Continue Reading

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Alumna celebrates five years of helping hearing-impaired children

March 11, 2020

Emma Faye Rudkin ’18 has been legally deaf since she was 4 years old, yet she hears the cries of deaf children, she says and has worked diligently for five years alongside a team of women to be the voice of as many deaf adolescents… Continue Reading

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Undergraduate Real Estate Program Ranked Among Most Affordable Programs

March 9, 2020

The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Finance and Development degree has been ranked No. 25 among the 40 most affordable undergraduate real estate programs in the nation according to Affordable Schools. Students in the… Continue Reading

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UTSA recognized as a gold level Military Friendly School

February 26, 2020

UTSA has been named a Gold Military Friendly School for 2020–2021 by Viqtory Inc. Published by Military Friendly, the Military Friendly Schools survey is the nation’s longest-running review of college and university investments in serving military and veteran students, and UTSA’s gold designation reflects the university’s comprehensive… Continue Reading

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Experience the Roadrunner way at UTSA Day

February 10, 2020

Future Roadrunners will have the opportunity to see what Roadrunner life is all about at UTSA Day on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. At UTSA Day the entire Main Campus transforms into an open house for Future Roadrunners and their families… Continue Reading

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UTSA civil engineering ranks among nation’s most affordable programs

February 10, 2020

An undergraduate program at UTSA is being recognized for its affordability. The civil engineering bachelor’s degree program landed at the 42nd spot of Affordable Schools’ 50 Best Affordable Civil Engineering Degree Programs list for 2020. Affordable Schools is an online higher education resource that helps… Continue Reading

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Eight UTSA students selected for Gilman scholarship to study abroad

February 7, 2020

As a Roadrunner, the world is your university. Studying abroad offers a unique opportunity to learn from another culture and work in a global society.  You’ll be able to take your learning almost anywhere and gain a greater understanding of another country’s history and traditions…. Continue Reading

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Kennedi Smith finds meaning, motivation on a trip to civil rights era U.S.

February 7, 2020

When Kennedi Smith, a senior medical humanities major, returned to campus for the spring semester she didn’t know how her perspective on identity, culture and Black History Month would evolve. Just before the semester started, Smith and 44 other students stepped on a bus for… Continue Reading

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