The UniverSiTy Of TeXAS AT SAn AnTOniO
The Graduate School
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249-0603
The UniverSiTy Of TeXAS AT SAn AnTOniO
Damon Cardenas is the Fall 2011 recipient of the Louise and Michael
Beldon Doctoral Scholarship, a competitive scholarship awarded each
year to a Texas resident entering a UTSA doctoral program. Damon will
enter the Ph.D. program in Biomedical Engineering, a program offered
jointly by UTSA and the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Cardenas discovered a strong interest in the neurological basis for
human paralysis while obtaining his electrical engineering degree.
“One of the most prominent issues on my mind is the occurrence of
paralysis,” he said. “I cannot imagine what it would be like to live life
unable to move my arms or legs, or worse, nothing below my neck.”
According to Cardenas, pursuing his graduate work at UTSA is
appealing because of the university’s commitment to research
excellence. “Through engineering, there is the potential to change the
world with the development of new technology and physical techniques,”
he said. “The changes you make are typically specific to the field of
engineering, and I would like to focus my research in the field of micro-
imaging. The scholarship allows me the freedom to concentrate on my
work and gives me a significant boost in my motivation and inspiration to
become a successful researcher.”
Attracted by the scholarship support he was awarded, Cardenas also
had personal reasons for continuing his graduate studies at UTSA.
“San Antonio has always been my home, and despite anticipating future
travels through the course of my professional and educational careers, it
will always be my home,” he said. “I come from a family who claim UTSA
as their alma mater, including my parents, and I would love to contribute
to our family’s Roadrunner legacy of achievements.”
DiD you know?
PAyCHECkS iNCREASE witH EDuCAtiON
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the following salaries are how
much workers ages 18 years and over earned on average.
EDuCAtiONAl lEvEl ANNuAl SAlARy
No high school diploma $17,299
High school diploma $26,933
Bachelor’s degree $52,671
Master’s degree $66,754
Doctoral degree $91,370
• Applied Demography
• Applied Statistics UTSA is a dynamic, innovative institution with a student population of about 30,000,
• Biology/Cell and Molecular Biology
including over 4,000 graduate students. UTSA offers 66 undergraduate, 49 master’s,
and 22 doctoral programs including a new Ph.D. program in Mechanical Engineering.
According to the recent Carnegie Classification profile, UTSA is considered a
• Biomedical Engineering
comprehensive doctoral and high research activity institution in South Texas. UTSA
• Business Administration
is a Hispanic-serving institution committed to providing educational opportunities to
a diverse population of students. Graduate students have the opportunity to conduct
research in first-class facilities with nationally- and internationally-recognized faculty
• Information Technology
members. UTSA is recognized for research excellence in a number of key areas
• Organization and Management Studies such as energy and efficiency, health, human and social development, security and
• Chemistry sustainability.
• Computer Science
• Counselor Education and Supervision
UTSA is accredited by the Commission of the Southern Association of Colleges and
• Culture, Literacy and Language
Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, telephone (404) 679-4500)
• Educational Leadership
to award bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. Many of our degree programs
are accredited by the most prestigious professional organizations in the country.
• Electrical Engineering
UTSA offers a wide variety of master’s and doctoral programs that are:
• Environmental Science and Engineering
• Academically strong
• Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning
• And meet the needs of a rapidly growing local and state population
• Mechanical Engineering
UTSA currently has master’s programs in 49 areas including two new programs—a
Master of Arts in School Psychology and a Master of Science in Urban and
For more information, contact
The Graduate School at (210) 458-5327 Regional Planning.
or visit our website at
www.graduateschool.utsa.edu. Most of our graduate programs offer courses in the evenings.
College of Architecture College of Education and • Music (M.M.)
• Architecture (M.Arch.) - Professional Degree Human Development • Political Science (M.A.)
• Architecture (M.S.) - Research Degree • Adult Learning and Teaching (M.A.) • Psychology (M.S.)
• Urban and Regional Planning (M.S.) – • Bicultural-Bilingual Studies (M.A.) • Sociology (M.S.)
Interdisciplinary program with the College • Bicultural-Bilingual Education • Spanish (M.A.)
of Public Policy • Bicultural Studies
• Master of Arts in Teaching English as a College of Public Policy
College of Business Second Language (M.A.) • Justice Policy (M.S.)
• Business Administration • Counseling (M.A.) • Public Administration (M.P.A.)
(M.B.A.) General M.B.A. • School Counseling • Social Work (M.S.W.)
• Business Economics • Community Counseling
• Business of Health • Education (M.A.) College of Sciences
• Finance • Curriculum and Instruction • Applied/Industrial Mathematics (M.S.)
• Information Assurance • Early Childhood and • Biology (M.S.)
• Information Systems Elementary Education
• Biotechnology (M.S.)
• Management of Technology • Instructional Technology
• Chemistry (M.S.)
• Management Science • Education Literacy
• Computer Science (M.S.)
• Marketing Management • Special Education
• Computer and
• Project Management • Educational Leadership and Information Security
• Real Estate Finance Policy Studies (M.Ed.)
• Software Engineering
• Tourism Destination Development • Educational Leadership (K-12
• Environmental Science (M.S.)
• MBA in International Business • Geology (M.S.)
• Higher Education Administration
• Executive M.B.A. (Community College and 4 year • Mathematics (M.S.)
• M.B.A. Online Institution Administration) (M.Ed.) • Education
• 5 year Professional Accounting • Health and Kinesiology (M.S.) • Mathematics
Program (150 hour program leading to • School Psychology (M.A.) • Physics (M.S.)
Master of Accountancy degree MACY)
• Master of Accountancy
College of Engineering graduate Certificates
• Applied Statistics (M.S.)
• Advanced Manufacturing and • Bilingual Reading Specialist
• Construction Science and Management (M.S.)
Enterprise Engineering (M.S.) • Certificate of Professional
• Economics (M.A.)
• Biomedical Engineering (M.S.) Development in Geographic
• Finance (M.S.) Information Science
• Civil Engineering (M.S.)
• General or Concentration • Creative Writing
• Computer Engineering (M.S.)
in Real Estate Finance
• Electrical Engineering (M.S.) • Higher Education Administration
• Information Technology (M.S.)
• Mechanical Engineering (M.S.) • Historic Preservation
• General or Concentration in
• Keyboard Pedagogy
• Keyboard Performance
• Management of Technology (M.S. MOT) College of liberal
and Fine Arts • Nonprofit Administration
• Anthropology (M.A.)
• Security Studies
• Art (M.F.A.)
• Spanish Translation Studies
• Art History (M.A.)
• Teaching English as a
• Communication (M.A.)
• English (M.A.)
• Urban and Regional Planning
• History (M.A.)
DiD you know?
tHE uNivERSity tHE uNivERSity
• Houses several new buildings which include technologically advanced classrooms and
labs to conduct state-of-the-art research.
• Located on the northwest side of San Antonio with the convenience of the La Cantera
and The Rim outdoor shopping centers, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and access to
HEMiSFAiR PARk CAMPuS apartment living with shuttle service to campus.
• The UTSA Main Library was recently renovated and includes a new computer lab, three
graduate study rooms, full on-line services, and an extended array of workshops and
personalized services for graduate students.
• Food services offered at convenient times for our graduate population including a full
functioning Chili’s Too and two Starbucks on-campus.
College of Architecture Downtown Campus
• Architecture (M.Arch.)
• Conveniently located in the heart of San Antonio and walking distance to the River Walk,
• Architecture (M.S.) El Mercado and the downtown area.
• Urban and Regional Planning (M.S.)—
• Hosts graduate programs in many areas that serve the San Antonio community
Interdisciplinary program with the
including public policy, counseling and architecture disciplines.
College of Public Policy
• Urban and Regional Planning • Student services and programming offered at the Main Campus are mirrored at the
• The Downtown Campus is a host to many cultural and research events throughout the
College of Business year and houses the UTSA Mexico Center and the Institute for Economic Development.
• Noon M.B.A. program
College of Education
and Human Development The country’s seventh largest city retains its small-town flavor with distinctive
• Counseling (M.A.)
neighborhoods, an active downtown area and the vistas of the Texas Hill Country
at its back door. San Antonio has straddled a cultural, historical and geographical
• Counselor Education and
crossroads for 300 years, and the result is a city in the Southwest that derives its
vitality from natural resources, international business and visitors worldwide. San
• School Psychology (M.A.)
Antonio’s natural beauty, dozens of festivals and cultural opportunities make it the
state’s top tourist and convention site, with 7 million visitors a year. San Antonio is
College of Public Policy
home to several major corporations such as SBC and Valero, and Toyota’s new
• Justice Policy (M.S.) manufacturing plant. Many of these corporations’ employees have selected UTSA as
• Public Administration (M.P.A) their school of choice for their graduate education. San Antonio was also voted the #1
• Social Work (M.S.W.) friendliest city in America by NBC Today Show as well as the #1 most recession proof
• Nonprofit Administration and city according to Forbes Magazine.
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utSA iS RESPONSiBlE FOR: Department of English, Classics and Philosophy,
• Graduate Admissions graduate Advisor of Record for the Ph.D. in English
• Graduate Degree Programs
• Graduate Recruiting
• Graduate Student Support
• Developing New Programs
• Maintaining the high quality of
all UTSA graduate programs
For more information on our offerings
and services, please go to
UTSA’s graduate students enjoy
instruction by outstanding faculty, many
of whom are internationally recognized
as leaders in their research fields.
• More than 700 full-time tenured or
tenure-track faculty members teach in
UTSA’s graduate programs.
• Eighty-two percent of full-time faculty hold
doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees.
Our Doctoral program in English is unlike any other program in
• UTSA’s faculty have achieved national the country. For one, we encourage service learning activities
prominence in research and creative
activities including fifty-three who have
been awarded Fulbright Scholarships
to teach and do research abroad.
• During year 2009 faculty members received
over $67.4 million in research and
sponsored programs an increase of
30% from the previous year.
study of literatures written in English.
and expect our students to be engaged in the community.
Additionally, our program strengths allows students to use
critical race theory, Border studies and cultural studies as they
study the literatures and languages of the United States.
I came to UTSA to work on the Doctoral program in English
because of its emphasis on its cross-cultural approach to the
Our strategic geographical location in San Antonio makes
our program and UTSA an ideal place to study the literatures
and languages of U.S. Latinas/os, Chicanas/os, and African
Americans, including Afro-Latinas/os.
ACADEMiC OFFERiNgS At utSA
College of Architecture • The COEHD offers personalized support for students through
Departmental Student Development Specialists.
• Offers three programs at the graduate level: a Masters of
Architecture, the M.S. in Architecture, and the M.S. in Urban and • Opportunities for traditional and non-traditional students include a
Regional Planning. vast array of field-based activities such as the Mexican-American
The Master of Architecture is an accredited professional degree Studies Program, the Downtown Counseling Center, and the Down-
by the National Architectural Accrediting Board designed to town Plaza de la Lectura—a program linking UTSA students with
prepare licensed architects; a two year sequence that must be school children seeking to enhance their reading skills.
preceded by a pre-professional four-year degree, such as the For more information, please call (210) 458-4424.
undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Architecture offered a
UTSA or its equivalent. College of Engineering
The degree program provides a challenging professional curricu- • High-tech classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories and modern
lum with electives offered in Historic Preservation and Interna- computing networks and the most sophisticated technology create
tional Community Planning and Design. an information-intensive environment.
• Master of Science in Architecture is a non-studio, post-professional • Our graduate degree programs offer opportunities for advanced
research program which prepares students in research, teaching, study and research designed to prepare students for leadership
and consulting. roles in engineering careers with industry, government, educational
• All programs take advantage of the college’s unique location institutions, and research organizations. They also provide a
within downtown San Antonio, as well as its proximity to South pathway toward self-improvement and life-long learning for
Texas and Mexico. practicing engineers.
• The city of San Antonio, composed of several historical layers from • San Antonio is home to several major engineering corporations such
the early 17th century to the present, is an ideal laboratory for the as Valero, Pape-Dawson, SAIC, and Toyota’s new manufacturing
study of Architecture and Urbanism. plant. We offer Career Guidance & Professional Development for all
For more information, please call (210) 458-3010. of our graduate students.
• what do our graduate students think about us?
College of Business “… faculty members offer many opportunities … especially in
• One of the 40 largest business schools in the nation with more research … ” Roseann Trevino, MS-EE
than 5,600 students. “[The] College of Engineering … offers so many scholarships, teach-
• The College of business at UTSA is nationally ranked and recog- ing assistantships, [and] research assistantships…”
nized. Ranked as the #1 MBA program in the nation for Hispanics Jeanette Oruc De Leon, MS-ME
by Hispanic Business; ranked #4 in the Southwest and #28 in the “Amazing facilities!” Teja Guda, PhD-BME
nation by BusinessWeek.
“My advisor is truly outstanding, … [they] took me as an engineering
• Comprehensive business curriculum with over 46 degree programs. novice and [they continue] to provide daily support and interaction
• Specialized thematics in the areas of globalization, security, capital as I work my way toward completion of my degree.”
markets, transformational leadership, entrepreneurship, and health Karen Engates, PhD-ESE
and technology .
“I am really happy that I came to UTSA!” Mehdi Najarian, MS-CE
• Top faculty from leading institutions who are both renowned For more information, please call (210) 458-4492.
researchers and dedicated teachers.
• Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of College of liberal and Fine Arts
Business (AACSB) International. • This college was formed in 2000 with the merger of the College of
For more information, please call (210) 458-4641. Fine Arts and Humanities and most of the programs in the College
of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
College of Education and Human Development • The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved the
• Prepares professionals for leadership positions in educational and college’s first Ph.D.—in English—in April 2002, and the first doctoral
human development organizations serving diverse populations. students enrolled in Fall 2002. The program is supported by the Sue
E. Denman Distinguished Chair in American Literature, created with
• Faculty members engage in a broad range of research programs and
a $1 million gift from the George W. Brackenridge Foundation, and a
provide extensive contributions to the community and the university.
distinguished professorship funded in part by a $100,000 Challenge
• Led by Dean Betty Merchant, the college encompasses 5 academic Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
departments overseen by Associate Deans and Department Chairs.
• Since Spring 2007, the college also houses a Ph.D. program
in Anthropology. The focus of this program is on Ecological
Anthropology and graduate students have the opportunity to
participate in field projects in the Andes and Mayan regions as
well as other national and international regions.
For more information, please call (210) 458-4350.
College of Public Policy ACADEMiC COllEgE
Located at UTSA’s Downtown Campus, the College of Public wEBSitES
Policy comprises the undergraduate program in Criminal Justice
and graduate programs in Justice Policy, Public Administration,
and Social Work. A new Ph.D. in Applied Demography was approved College of Architecture
in Spring 2006. This program is a unique partnership between Uni- www.utsa.edu/architecture/
versity of Texas Health Science Center and the University of Texas
School of Public Health. This new program will address the growing College of Business
demand for doctoral training in this field, both regionally and nationally. http://business.utsa.edu/graduate/
• Also housed within the college is the Center for Policy Studies
(http://utsa.edu/copp/) which focuses on interdisciplinary policy College of Education
studies that will be a major contribution in San Antonio and the South- and Human Development
west. The mission of the College of Public Policy is to improve soci-
ety’s capacity to anticipate and effectively respond to salient public
College of Engineering
• The college accomplishes this mission through academic research
and analysis that develops theory, informs public policy and improves http://engineering.utsa.edu/
program services, rigorous educational programs that prepare gradu-
ates for leadership and professional practice in public policy fields, College of liberal and Fine Arts
and collaborative interdisciplinary partnerships that contribute to the http://colfa.utsa.edu/colfa
public good in a diverse society.
For more information, please call (210) 458-2530.
College of Public Policy
College of Sciences
• Change the future of science by exploring new frontiers in the fields
College of Sciences
of Science and Mathematics. Unparalleled opportunities allow you to
perform cutting-edge research alongside a world-class faculty. Enthu- http://www.utsa.edu/cos/
siastic professors help you develop skills that prepare you to become
a scientific leader in the next generation.
• The College of Sciences trains students to become effective educa-
tors through the Generating Educational Excellence in Mathematics
& Science (GE2MS) Program. This is a collaborative effort with the
College of Education and Human Development.
• The College of Sciences houses a second-generation aberration-
corrected electron microscope, the first of its kind nationwide, allow-
ing researchers to view images at a resolution of less than one ten
billionth of a meter, aiding research in all areas including Biology,
Chemistry, Biophysics and more.
• The College of Sciences secured the first revenue-producing license
with Merck, in collaboration with the UT Health Science Center, to
produce a vaccine against Chlamydia trachomatis, the bacteria that
causes the disease Chlamydia.
For more information,please call (210) 458-4450
Marcus Brooks, a first year Ph.D. in the Business Administration
Accounting program is the recipient of the KPMG Foundation
Scholarship. Brooks is one of 12 new recipients of the award nationwide.
The award is for $10,000 with the chance to renew up to 5 years.
“We are pleased to provide financial support, career guidance and other
resources to each of these talented men and women as they move
closer to fulfilling their dreams of becoming business professors,” said
Bernie Milano, KPMG Foundation president. “Over the years it has been
a pleasure to see the impact the recipients of these scholarships have
had on improving diversity in business schools.”
Brooks states, “I chose UTSA because, along with the university’s
mission of becoming a Tier I institution, I feel that the program provides
a supportive and challenging academic atmosphere that will enable me
to become a Ph.D. and have a successful career in academia. I believe
that the best benefit of being a doctoral student is the opportunity to
work and learn from the accounting faculty. It is clear that our faculty are
devoted to providing an excellent learning environment and equipping
students with the skills needed to conduct innovative and meaningful
research to be successful in our future careers.”
StuDENtS wHO COME tO utSA will be mentored by known
researchers nationally and internationally who will provide them with opportunities to
participate in cutting edge research.
In 2010 UTSA opened the new Applied Engineering and Technology Building.
The new building is 148,127 square feet and the project cost $82.5 million.
The building is designed to support world-class research and teaching in Science
and Engineering. Research grants awarded by federal agencies-such as the National
Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the National Institutes of
gRANtS SuPPORt tHE Health-will help to fund student education in the form of competitive scholarships,
FOllOwiNg uNivERSity fellowships, teaching and research assistantships.
AND iNStitutES: UTSA has a total of 14 research institutes and centers including the Bank of America
Child and Adolescent Policy Institute, Center for Advanced Manufacturing and
• Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy
Research Institute Lean Systems, and the UTSA Neurosciences Institute. These institutes and centers
provide many research opportunities for students. “Total research and sponsored
• Center for Advanced Manufacturing and
program expenditures in fiscal year (2010) totaled $70,150,966 a 4% increase
from the following year. Research expenditures were $48,651,962. Non-research
• Center for Archeological Research expenditures were $21,499,004.
• Center for Education and Research in Informa-
tion and Infrastructure Security (CERI2S) Research Highlights:
• Center for Research and Training in the • The Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute, housed in the College of
Sciences (CRTS) Engineering, is getting a $50 million infusion from CPS Energy to help position San
Antonio as a leader in renewable energy.
• Center for Simulation, Visualization and Real
Time Prediction (SiViRT) • UTSA was awarded $1 million from the Department of Energy to install solar energy
• Center for Urban and Regional Planning panels on campus with a wireless smart grid to monitor the technology’s energy and
Research (CURPR) cost-savings in real time.
• Center for Water Research • UTSA opened the New Venture Incubator, stepping up its push to develop and
commercialize the intellectual property of UTSA faculty and students.
• Institute for Cyber Security
(ICS and ICS-CIAS) • UTSA has been selected to receive a four-year, $1.25 million grant from the
• Institute for Demographic and National Science Foundation (NSF) Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service
Socioeconomic Research program to support undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students committed to
• San Antonio Institute for Cellular and
pursuing careers in computer and information security.
Molecular Primatology • The UTSA College of Education and Human Development --the leading provider
• South Texas Center for Emerging of educators in the San Antonio area--secured $13 million in funding from the
Infectious Diseases U.S. Agency for International Development to provide 5 million books to 1,000
• Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute
elementary schools in Malawi.
(SERI) • The College of Liberal and Fine Arts, which has the highest enrollment at UTSA,
• UTSA Neurosciences Institute ranks second in the UT System for external research funding in arts, humanities and
AdmiSSionS WHere to Apply
REquiREMENtS Apply online at www.graduateschool.utsa.edu. Please send
official transcripts to the following address:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
Attn: graduate Admissions
• GPA of 3.0 (on 4.0 scale) in last 60 hours of undergraduate work and in the graduate School
all previous graduate work (Please check with your department of interest the university of texas at San Antonio
as this may vary by program) One utSA Circle, San Antonio, tX 78249-0603
• 18 hours in proposed area of study (Please check with your program Phone: (210) 458-4330, Fax: (210) 458-4332
of interest as this varies by program)
• Additional requirements as specified by individual degree programs
(i.e. GRE GMAT test scores). The TOEFL is required for international
applicants. Please consult the following page for more information:
http://www.graduateschool.utsa.edu/prospective_students/ graduate Record Examination (gRE)
Specific degree programs may have additional requirements. Please go to: (800) GRE-CALL (for computer-based test registration)
(609) 771-7670 (for other information)
programs to get a full listing of requirements for each graduate program.
Institutional code: 6919
APPliCAtiON DEADliNES graduate Management Admission test
Doctoral Programs Deadlines (Domestic and international) www.mba.com
Institutional code: 6919
• Fall Deadline
February 1: All doctoral degrees test of English as a Foreign language (tOEFl) -
• Spring Deadline *For international Applicants Only
October 1: Only the following programs offer a Spring deadline: www.ets.org/toefl
• Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D. 1-609-771-7100 or 1-877-863-3546 (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. –
• Computer Science, Ph.D. 7:45 p.m. Eastern Time (New York), except for U.S. holidays)
• Electrical Engineering, Ph.D.
1-609-771-7714 TTY (24 hours a day, 7 days a week for test takers
• Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Ph.D.
who are deaf or hearing impaired)
• Physics, Ph.D.
Institutional code: 6919
Master’s Programs Deadlines
Office of Extended Education
• Domestic Student Deadlines Offers GRE and GMAT study courses at a discounted price
July 1 Fall term Main and Downtown campuses
November 1 Spring term http://www.utsa.edu/ee.testprep.html/
April 1 Summer mini-mester term Offers online GMAT preparation
May 1 Summer first and ten-week term www.ed2go.com/utsa/index.html
• International Student Deadlines
April 1 Fall term
September 1 Spring term
March 1 Summer terms FinAnciAl ASSiStAnce
Funding opportunities are offered for graduate students in a
DEPARtMENt PRiORity DEADliNES variety of forms including:
Some departments do have priority deadlines, please check our deadlines
page at http://www.graduateschool.utsa.edu/prospective_students/ • Departmental fellowships and scholarships
detail/deadlines/ for more information. • University grant monies (yes, free money for graduate students!) Fill out
the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as possible
Application fees for the upcoming academic year (January). You maybe eligible for up to
$2500 per academic year of grant money.
• UTSA graduates/UTSA degree candidates • University scholarships and fellowships
$30 online application • Teaching, research and graduate assistantships
• Non-UTSA graduates • Nationwide scholarships, fellowships and grants
$45 online application
Most of UTSA’s doctoral programs do offer competitive stipends
• International applicants
Contact the program directly for more information.
$80 online application
tuition and Fees
UTSA offers cost effective tuition and fee rates. We also offer
you a quality learning environment with personalized attention.
Tuition and fee estimates and rates can be found at:
StuDENt SERviCES OFFiCE PHONE NuMBER wEBSitE
The UTSA Bookstores offer a full line of new and used 1604 Campus (210) 458-4220 http://www.utsa.edu/auxillary/
textbooks, reference books, school and office supplies, and Downtown Campus (210) 458-2865 bookstore.html
academically-priced software for students and staff.
The Campus Recreation office enhances a student’s 1604 Campus (210) 458-7575 http://www.utsa.edu/recreation/
educational experience by providing opportunities for Downtown Campus (210) 458-2735
Career Services is here to assist students and alumni in 1604 Campus (210) 458-4589 http://www.utsa.edu/careercenter/
identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue Downtown Campus (210) 458-2910
lifelong career goals.
CHilD DEvElOPMENt CENtER
The UTSA Child Development Center provides child care 1604 Campus (210) 458-6364 http://www.utsa.edu/cdc/
services for UTSA students, staff, and faculty.
COuNSEliNg SERviCES (PERSONAl)
Counseling Services provides a confidential atmosphere 1604 Campus (210) 458-4140 http://www.utsa.edu/counsel/
where students may discuss concerns that are important Downtown Campus (210) 458-2930
in their lives.
Disability Services at UTSA promotes equal access to all 1604 Campus (210) 458-4157 http://www.utsa.edu/disability/
university programs and activities for students with disabilities. Downtown Campus (210) 458-2945
Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services works to serve 1604 Campus (210) 458-8000 http://www.utsa.edu/financialaid/
students by providing a wide range of funding opportunities for Downtown Campus (210) 458-2400
gRADuAtE BuSiNESS CAREER SERviCES
The Business Career Services Office provides career 1604 Campus (210) 458-7328 http://business.utsa.edu/graduate
counseling and training to graduate business students.
The Graduate School promotes and supports academic 1604 Campus (210) 458-4331 www.graduateschool.utsa.edu
excellence in the graduate education provided at UTSA.
gRADuAtE StuDENt ASSOCiAtiON
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) at UTSA serves to http://utsagradstudents.
represent graduate student interests by fostering community, wordpress.com
networking, and administrative feedback.
Student Health Services provides the most up-to-date 1604 Campus (210) 458-4142 http://www.utsa.edu/health/
medical care to students. Downtown Campus & Counseling
Services (210) 458-2930
HOuSiNg AND RESiDENCE liFE
The Office of Housing and Residence Life offers Off-Campus 1604 Campus (210) 458-6200 http://www.utsa.edu/studentlife/
Housing brochures, listings of available houses, apartments, offcampus_housing.html
and rooms in homes available for rent, and a list of fellow
students searching for roommates.
With locations at 1604, Downtown, and the Institute of Texan 1604 Campus (210) 458-4573 http://lib.utsa.edu/
Cultures, the library offers a full array of services to help you Downtown Campus (210) 458-2446
succeed in your graduate program.
OFFiCE OF iNtERNAtiONAl PROgRAMS
The Office of International Programs provides information on 1604 Campus (210) 458-7202 http://www.utsa.edu/intprograms/
Immigration, Financial Resources, and Health Insurance for OIPweb/
OFFiCE OF SPONSORED PROgRAMS
The Office of Sponsored Programs supports and advises the 1604 Campus (210) 458-4340 http://vpr.utsa.edu/osp/
entire academic community in securing external support for
sponsored programs and collaborations.
PARkiNg AND tRANSPORtAtiON SERviCES
Parking & Transportation Services is the one-stop shop for all 1604 Campus (210) 458-7275 http://www.utsa.edu/parking/
your transportation needs.
tOMAS RivERA CENtER
The Tomas Rivera Center assists UTSA graduate students 1604 Campus (210) 458-4694 http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/gsla/
in achieving academic success by providing workshops, Downtown Campus (210) 458-2838
resources, in-depth programs, and academic coaching.
The UTSA Visitor Centers offer daily campus tours and 1604 Campus (210) 458-5145 http://www.utsa.edu/visitor/
information designed to introduce you to the diverse, dynamic Downtown Campus & the Admission
education available at UTSA. Office (210) 458-2000
Please come and visit our campuses.
Graduate-level tours are offered
through the Graduate School.
For more information, please
fill out an inquiry form at:
Tours are offered through UTSA’s
Visitor Centers, located at both the
1604 Campus and the Downtown
Campus. For more information, please
call (210) 458-5142 or visit us online at