The University of Texas at El Paso

500 W. University Ave, El Paso, TX
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Questions and Answers about The University of Texas at El Paso

Brianna O.
2 months ago
What kind of assistance does the University of Texas at El Paso offer for building a class schedule?
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2 months ago
If a student loses a previously granted scholarship due to their GPA dropping below the required state, can they reclaim the scholarship if they reattain the required GPA?
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3 months ago
What kind of assistance does The University of Texas at El Paso offer students to help decide a major?
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4 months ago
After the initial Financial Aid package is given from The University of Texas at El Paso, are there any ways for that to be reevaluated or any way for students to be able to get more?
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4 months ago
Does UTEP allow walk-ons on their athletic teams?
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5 months ago
Will attending an El Paso school district and graduating top 10% of my class allow my automatic entrance into The University of Texas at El Paso?

Majors offered at The University of Texas at El Paso

Biggest majors
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
Criminal Justice and Corrections, General
Biology, General

Academics at The University of Texas at El Paso

940-1130
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Considered with application
17-22
ACT Score Range
1
36
Considered with application
Student Faculty Ratio
20 to 1
Selectivity
Least Selective (100% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Public 4-year institution

The University of Texas at El Paso demographics

80% Hispanic
8% White
3% Black
1% Asian
1% Multiracial
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Common careers for The University of Texas at El Paso students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Software Engineer79k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)72k
Operations Manager71k
Mechanical Engineer70k
Project Engineer67k
Civil Engineer67k
Software Developer60k
Based on 7,553 student responses
48.8kAvg. Early Career Pay
93.7kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
62%in High-Meaning careers
24%in STEM careers

Net price of attending The University of Texas at El Paso

The University of Texas at El Paso financial aid

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Student reviews of The University of Texas at El Paso

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100% of students

Known for

Diverse and Inclusive
Welcoming student body
Lots of interesting clubs and activities
LGBTQ+ friendly
Helpful career services

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I loved the Texas Heritage about the university and the comraderie I found in the student body. It’s a lot of fun to join clubs like rugby or tennis.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I didn’t like the Greek houses I found them to be snobbish. Also I would have liked to see better student participation in activities.

Kassandra Sanchez
Exercise And Fitness
Ballet

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

UTEP is a one-of-a-kind university, located in a very diverse city, it offers a unique kind of educational experience. Academics wise, we are one of the leading schools in research.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Some professors are difficult (like any other university), don’t be discouraged by our sports teams or the student attendance at games, the social life in El Paso is still very much alive and well.

Luis Rios
Songwriting
Basketball
Writing
Singing + 6 others

1.0

WHAT I LIKED

Since I entered this college I was fully convinced that its functionality to educate me will be enough for me to be satisfied, which it once did the first years I entered. I do like my studio teacher S. Nordstorm who has been incredibly helpful in teaching me and enhancing my technique and music sensitivity. Also in past semesters, the courses of RWS1 and RWS2 were incredible for me; they helped me to enhance my writing skills and to have critical thinking towards my writing.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

What I did not like is that the program of music performance is almost the same as the education program in terms of the ways that are being applied. In my case, I have not performed to an audience in the last 6 months indifferent to my classmates that are music education majors, which in the case of music performance, one needs to perform a lot to learn how to perform. Another thing is the student debt in terms of international students. The education system really does not support foreign students as they are not given any financial aid which is enough to cover expenses in a comfortable way for them to study in a comfortable environment. As a music student, practicing needs to be methodical and brilliantly consistent. And many students are not given the opportunity to properly engage in these practices.

Sophia Villalobos
Drawing And Illustration
Painting and Studio Art
Writing
Soccer + 17 others

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

I like how the University is very diverse and that almost everyone there is bilingual. I have felt safe and encouraged to participate in almost all my classes.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

There are few options for food in-campus and it is not very accessible for college students who pay for their own expenses.

Janine Montenegro
Baking
Yoga
Running
Reading

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

The university offers a number of research and professional experiences for students. I was able to participate in a research course and currently have an internship with the university wellness center. I feel confident graduating with my experience and education.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Julio Retana - R.
Business And Entrepreneurship
Self Care
Music
Exercise And Fitness

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

What I loved at the university was the number of like-minded individuals you may find. It may seem as if you cannot make friends or find people with similar features and attributes, but you'll be surprised! The academics are pretty straightforward, simple, and complex at their respective levels and distinctions. Students and staff are friendly and are there to see you succeed truly.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I wouldn't say I liked some experiences with professors. They seemed to not care for students' success in their classrooms or would comment with negative opinions towards students. Some professors have big egos, and some are giant teddy bears and very helpful. The mentality to face professors is to show up, be quiet, take notes, and study for your exams. Many students have spoken up, but the university never seems to address these student-professor issues.

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