Apply Now for Summer 2020 and Spring 2021
Interested in becoming a Future Roadrunner? You can now apply to UTSA for the Summer 2020 and Spring 2021 semester terms.
UTSA is one of the top young universities in the nation and has many opportunities that will help you invest in your future. With more than 32,000 students, UTSA is the largest university in San Antonio and is consistently recognized for both its research and academics.
UTSA is also one of the most affordable public universities in Texas and offers merit-based scholarships like the Distinguished Presidential and Distinguished Transfer Scholarships that can provide aid of up to $5,000 per year.
To maximize your scholarship and financial aid opportunities, Beverly Woodson Day, senior director of UTSA Undergraduate Admissions, recommends applying as early as possible, “One major benefit for early applicants is that they’ll have access to more financial aid and scholarship opportunities than those who wait until later to apply.”
UTSA offers a wide range of academic programs that are curated by award-winning faculty. These programs include hands-on learning experiences, which have been shown to help students prepare for their career. UTSA also works closely with many local businesses, including some Fortune 500 firms, to offer these types of experiential learning opportunities.
Check out our UTSA majors for specialized information on each degree program and schedule a campus tour to experience what UTSA has to offer you firsthand, which could also help you feel more confident in making an early admissions decision.
You can apply now for the Summer 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters at UTSA using the ApplyTexas application. ApplyTexas is the online portal that all incoming undergraduate students use to apply to Texas public universities. View our deadlines for submitting all the required admission documents and fees to UTSA.
UTSA also offers region-specific admission counselors who can help answer your college questions, provide resources and guide you through the admission process.