The University of Texas at San Antonio

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Questions and Answers about The University of Texas at San Antonio

Robert B.
1 month ago
Is parking typically available for students on campus?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Hi Robert! you can learn more here about parking options and permits for students:
Karla N.
1 month ago
If an incoming freshman missed the deadline for FAFSA do they not get a financial aid reward?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Hi Karla, we ask that no matter the time, students submit a FAFSA asap so that the school may still consider aid options. though full aid is not guaranteed, there are still options to explore
Michelle L.
2 months ago
Can students decide to not buy the meal plan but instead just buy your own groceries?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
HI Michelle, Residents of Chaparral Village, Laurel Village, Guadalupe Hall, Chisholm Hall, and Alvarez Hall with 48 or fewer completed semester credit hours are required to have a meal plan as part of residency requirements.
Emma R.
2 months ago
Are you required to live on The University of Texas at San Antonio campus your freshman year?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
HI Emma, Freshman students are not required to live on campus their first year unless they have accepted an invite into our Honors College. All Freshman Honors College students are required to live on campus.
Emma R.
2 months ago
Is The University of Texas at San Antonio test optional?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Hi Emma2 currently we are test options until Fall 2023
William M.
3 months ago
What are the best fraternities to join?
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Hi William. UTSA had a wide variety of fraternities, both academic and social based. You will be able to view all fraternities during Roadrunner Days (our welcome week) and during their rush. Learn more about the fraternities on campus here:


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Majors offered at The University of Texas at San Antonio

Biggest majors
Psychology, General
Sports, Kinesiology, and Physical Education/Fitness
Communication, General

Academics at The University of Texas at San Antonio

SAT Score Range
Considered with application
ACT Score Range
Considered with application
Student Faculty Ratio
25 to 1
Less Selective (79% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Public 4-year institution

The University of Texas at San Antonio demographics

54% Hispanic
24% White
8% Black
6% Asian
3% Multiracial
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Common careers for The University of Texas at San Antonio students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Electrical Engineer78k
Software Engineer77k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)73k
Mechanical Engineer71k
Project Engineer67k
Financial Analyst60k
Based on 14,238 student responses
51.6kAvg. Early Career Pay
89.1kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
55%in High-Meaning careers
24%in STEM careers

Net price of attending The University of Texas at San Antonio

The University of Texas at San Antonio financial aid

Grants per year
Loans per year

Student reviews of The University of Texas at San Antonio

by students







Recommended by

93% of students

Known for

Awesome study spaces and libraries
Accessible and helpful professors
Safe campus
LGBTQ+ friendly
Diverse and Inclusive



WHAT I didn’t LIKE

San Antonio is a pretty boring city. Don’t come here expecting to live the actual college experience. The area of the school is awful. Everything is expensive nearby. The school and its staff have to be begged to do their job. Pretty campus, but it’s not worth it.



I was just a college sophomore when the pandemic started but UTSA handled everything pretty well by moving classes online. After the vaccines came out they slowly began to start in-person classes which made me feel safe that they are always keeping an eye out for the safety of their students.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

If you are a commuter be prepared to walk long distances to the parking lots.

Timmy Zavala



I loved how the teachers are very down to earth and adapt their teaching to accommodate students with other responsibilities.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I did not like how it was difficult to locate certain classrooms

Perla Elizarraras
Business And Entrepreneurship



What I liked best about my experience at UTSA was the willingness of the teachers and advisors to help their students not only academically but also with job experience, mentorship, and future paths for degree programs.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I took the remainder of my degree virtually due to the pandemic and if it wasn't for the teachers and my amazing advisor I would have only thought of UTSA as an organization asking for money. I felt like there was little student care and many of the emails that would be sent out were for purchasing products

James Walker
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Hiking And Backpacking
Soccer + 1 other



It's a very reasonable school. I've only had one class that was ridiculously hard. Everything else is if you put the time in you'll be fine.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Some of the teachers are disorganized or don't get their expectations correct. Other than that they have a great selection of teachers.

Rhiannon McDaniel
Photography and Photo Editing



The dining halls have a lot of healthy food options. There is also a wide variety of restaurants to choose from.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Repairs and maintenance take a long time at the dorms.

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