AREAS OF STUDY
STUDY AT UTSA
ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION & PLANNING Architecture * Construction Science & Management * Interior Design *
BUSINESS Accounting Actuarial Science Cyber Security »» Cyber Security - online degree program
Economics Finance »» Corporate Finance »» Investment Management »» Financial Institutions
Information Systems Management »» Human Resource Management
Management Science Marketing »» Sport, Event & Tourism
Real Estate Finance & Development Statistics
ENGINEERING Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering
EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
LIBERAL & FINE ARTS
Health Interdisciplinary Studies
American Studies Anthropology Art Art History & Criticism Classical Studies & Humanities Communication
»» Early Childhood - Grade 6 -- Generalist -- Bilingual Generalist -- ESL Generalist
»» Grades 4-8 -- ----
Generalist Language Arts/Reading/ Social Studies Mathematics/Science Bilingual Generalist ESL
»» EC-12 Special Education
Kinesiology »» Athletic Training »» Exercise Physiology »» Health Science »» Physical Education
Mexican American Studies * »» Anthropology »» Communities-Families-Children »» History »» Interdisciplinary Studies »» Literary & Cultural Studies »» Nonprofit Management »» Political Science »» Sociology »» Spanish
Multicultural Early Childhood Development »» Early Dual Immersion »» Early Intervention
Nutrition & Dietetics Public Health »» Health Promotion & Behavioral Science
»» Public Relations »» Digital Communication
English »» Creative Writing »» English Language Arts & Reading »» Professional Writing
Geography & Environmental Sustainability Global Affairs History »» Social Studies
Medical Humanities Modern Language Studies Music »» Composition »» Music Marketing »» Music Performance »» Music Studies
Philosophy Political Science Politics & Law Psychology Public Health »» Epidemiology & Disease Control
HEALTH PROFESSIONS OFFICE
UTSA’s Health Professions Office advises and supports students interested in pursuing careers in the following health professions. Learn more at utsa.edu/hpo.
»» Cell and Molecular Biology »» Integrative Biology »» Neurobiology »» Plant Biology
Chemistry Computer Science »» Cloud and Systems »» Computer & Information Security »» Data Science »» Software Engineering
Environmental Science Geology Mathematics »» General Mathematical Studies »» Mathematics
Microbiology & Immunology Multidisciplinary Science Physics
PUBLIC POLICY Criminal Justice * Public Administration *
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Multidisciplinary Studies
Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Respiratory Care Pre-Veterinary Medicine
* Degrees offered at our Downtown Campus
2+2 program offering guaranteed acceptance into the B.S. Nursing Program at UT Health School of Medicine
Dental Early Acceptance Program (DEAP) Seven-year B.S./D.D.S. dual-degree program with the UT Health San Antonio Dental School
INSTITUTE FOR LAW & PUBLIC AFFAIRS UTSA’s Institute for Law and Public Affairs supports students interested in pursuing careers in law through advising, internships, special events and its hallmark, the Summer Law School Preparation Academy. Learn more at utsa.edu/ilpa.
AIR FORCE & ARMY ROTC UTSA provides opportunities for students to become commissioned officers in the U.S. Air Force or Army while completing their degree. ROTC students can also minor in Aerospace Studies or Military Management and Leadership.
TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM UTSA is approved by the State Board for Educator Certification to recommend students for teaching certification in various baccalaureate degree areas. Elementary School
» Concentration, Certification, Minor or Track within degree
Facilitated Acceptance to Nursing School (FANS)
Students wanting to be an elementary school teacher should major in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Secondary School Students wanting to teach in middle school or high school will need a bachelor’s degree in their academic specialization.
APPLY TO UTSA
Admission Requirements TRANSFERS
FRESHMEN GUARANTEED ADMISSION
High School Class Rank^ Minimum Test Scores
Transferable Credits^ Minimum GPA (4.0 Scale)
< 12 hours
1170 SAT* or 24 ACT
2.25 GPA and must meet freshmen requirements*
≥ 30 hours
ADMISSION BY COMMITTEE REVIEW High School Class Rank^
Minimum Test Scores
980 SAT* or 19 ACT
1080 SAT* or 21 ACT
1170 SAT* or 24 ACT
Dual credit and coursework in progress does not count toward a transfer student's transferable credit hours.
* Transfer applicants who must meet freshmen requirements must submit an official high school transcript, SAT/ACT score from the testing agency and be eligible to return to the most recent institution.
If your high school transcript does not show a rank, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will assign a rank.
* New SAT scores combines Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math
Honors College Admission Admissions to the Honors College are on an invitationonly basis; however, freshmen and transfer students are automatically considered for Honors College eligibility based on their admission application to UTSA. For more information, visit honors.utsa.edu.
Top 15% or 3.9 GPA (4.0 scale) and have a at least 1350 SAT* or 29 ACT
≥ 12 transferable hours with 3.5 GPA and attend an in-person interview
Application Process FRESHMEN
Apply online at ApplyTexas.org
Pay $60 Application Fee** Submit official high school transcripts If you receive dual college credits, submit official college transcripts upon completion
Submit test scores from testing agency
Submit official transcripts from every institution attended Do you also need to meet Freshmen requirements?
In order to be considered for admission, all required documents, transcripts, fees and test scores must be on file by the deadline below.
Priority March 1 Final June 1 (freshmen) July 1 (transfer)
Priority October 15 Final November 15
SUMMER TERM Priority March 1 Final May 1
If being considered for admission through committee review, submission of essay A and two letters of recommendation are highly suggested. If graduating early from high school, submit a recommendation letter from your guidance counselor.
** FEE WAIVER - Available for freshmen applicants who meet certain criteria and demonstrate financial need. Visit utsa.edu/feewaiver.
MAIL DOCUMENTS TO: Office of Undergraduate Admissions One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249
Check Status at asap.utsa.edu You'll get an email to claim your myUTSA ID, which is used to log in to asap.utsa.edu, your UTSA student services portal. Once logged in, click on "Future Roadrunner".
AID & COST
PAY FOR UTSA
Automatic Scholarships Based on Academic Merit
Apply for Scholarships
DISTINGUISHED PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP (DPS)
UTSA GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP for FALL APPLICANTS
for FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS
Freshmen: Jan 1 (on ApplyTexas)
Freshmen Priority: Jan 1
Transfer: Feb 15 (on ApplyTexas)
Fall admitted freshmen will be given automatic consideration for this scholarship based on academic merit. This scholarship is valued up to $24,000* for up to four years if renewal eligibility is maintained. The value is awarded on a competitive basis.
UTSA oversees a range of scholarships that are funded by the university and donors. To be considered for these, you must submit the UTSA General Scholarship application in ApplyTexas by Jan 1 for freshmen and Feb 15 for transfers.
*while funding is available
DISTINGUISHED TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP (DTS)
for FALL APPLICANTS
for FALL & SPRING TRANSFER APPLICANTS
Freshmen: Jan 1 (on ApplyTexas)
Spring Transfer Priority: Oct 15
Transfer: April 15 (by invitation)
Fall Transfer Priority: May 1
Fall applicants who demonstrate leadership potential and are either graduating from a Texas high school or have completed 30 or more credit hours at another Texas college or university at the time of application can qualify for the Terry Scholarship. The Terry Scholarship application is available on ApplyTexas for Freshmen with a final deadline of Jan 1 and Transfers will be emailed an invitation to apply with a final deadline of April 15. For more information visit terryscholars.utsa.edu.
Admitted transfer students transferring 24-66 credit hours will be given automatic consideration based on academic merit. This scholarship is valued up to $6,000* for up to two years or four semesters if renewal eligibility is maintained. The value is awarded on a competitive basis. *while funding is available
Deadlines are highlighted in orange.
UTSA’s FAFSA Code
Apply for Financial Aid UTSA TOP SCHOLAR
SUBMIT YOUR FAFSA
for FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS
UTSA is dedicated to helping students obtain financial resources to help them achieve their educational goals. To receive financial aid, you must submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at fafsa.ed.gov.
Freshmen: Dec 1 (utsa.edu/topscholars)
The UTSA Top Scholar program is a 4-year enhanced experience and scholarship covering tuition, fees, housing and meals. First-time freshmen who are in the top 5%, have a 1440 SAT / 32 ACT and are a Texas resident are encouraged to apply at utsa.edu/topscholars by Dec 1.
PHI THETA KAPPA for FALL & SPRING TRANSFER APPLICANTS Spring Transfer: Oct 15 Fall Transfer: May 1
Incoming transfers who are members of Phi Theta Kappa, who have a 3.0 GPA, and are a Texas resident can apply for the UTSA Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship of $2,500. Incoming transfers must email their proof of PTK membership to email@example.com.
Questions? Contact our One Stop Enrollment Center 210-458-8000 firstname.lastname@example.org @UTSAonestop
October 1 - FAFSA is available to submit. UTSA’s code is 010115. Financial Aid Priority Deadline
(maximize your opportunity for free money) Spring Applicants: Nov 1 Fall Applicants: Mar 15
COST OF ATTENDANCE UTSA is one of the most affordable Texas public universities in a major metropolitan area. The cost of attendance (COA) below reflects estimated 17-18 undergraduate expenses for fall and spring. Your costs may vary. 17-18 Full-Time Undergraduate (TX Resident) Living On Campus
Tuition & Fees* Housing & Meals Books & Supplies Transportation Personal Expenses
$10,013 $11,234 $1,500 $676 $1,836
Total Estimated COA
*Out-of-State students have all the same expenses except for tuition & fees. Out-of-State tuition & fees is $23,263.
MAIN CAMPUS VISIT UTSA
The best way to learn what UTSA has to offer is to experience it for yourself! TAKE A CAMPUS TOUR Guided tours are available at the Welcome Center Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays. Schedule a tour online at future.utsa.edu/visit. For more information, call 210-458-5145 or email email@example.com. EXPERIENCE OUR VIRTUAL TOUR If you canâ€™t make it to campus, take our virtual tour online at future.utsa.edu/visit. CHECK US OUT AT UTSA DAY Come to campus for our open house, held in the fall and spring. Itâ€™s a full day of tours, presentations, counseling and more. Check for dates at utsa.edu/utsaday.
Get a bird's eye view!
IMPORTANT LOCATIONS Welcome Center (in BRG) Check the campus out for yourself! Our Welcome Center hosts daily tours and special events so you can explore campus and learn more about life as a Roadrunner. One Stop Enrollment Center (in JPL) This office will be your go-to for questions during your entire Future Roadrunner journey. Admission questions, your application status, financial aid - the One Stop can help you!
CAMPUS ICONS UTSA Monuments Located at the John Peace Blvd entrance, one of the most scenic UTSA traditions is coloring the Monuments with lights to honor special events and UTSA accomplishments. Sombrilla Plaza The Sombrilla Plaza, located in the heart of the academic side of campus, includes the Fountain of Luck and Roadrunner Statue. Touch the fountain during finals for good luck! The Paseo The Paseo is an outdoor pathway that runs between the two University Center buildings. It serves as the hub for student life and host to many campus events.
Academic Side of Campus
Campus Life Side of Campus
Each academic college has a primary location on-campus, two of which are housed at our Downtown Campus location. The Dean offices are listed below so that they might help assist you with any questions.
A complete college experience includes all the fun and excitement that campus life offers: over 300 student organizations, 17 Division I athletics teams competing in Conference USA, intramural teams, leadership opportunities and so much more.
GET INVOLVED ON CAMPUS
Education and Human Development Main Bldg (MB) 3rd floor, room 3.304
University Center Consisting of two buildings, the University Center is the heart of student activities, support offices and the University Career Center. > utsa.edu/studentlife
Engineering Biotechnology, Science & Engineering Bldg (BSE) 2nd floor, room 2.106 Liberal & Fine Arts McKinney Humanities Bldg (MH) 4th floor, room 4.01.23 Sciences Biotechnology, Science & Engineering Bldg (BSE) 2nd floor, room 2.110 Business Business Bldg (BB) 4th floor, room 4.01.02 Honors College Multidisciplinary Studies Bldg (MS) 4th floor, room 4.02.14 University College Graduate School & Research Bldg (GSR) 2nd floor, room 2.210 Architecture, Construction & Planning UTSA Downtown Campus Monterey Bldg (MNT) 3rd floor, room 3.360 Public Policy UTSA Downtown Campus Durango Bldg (DBB) 4th floor, room 4.110
Recreation and Wellness Center Stay healthy or take a break from your studies at UTSA’s Recreation and Wellness Center, which also houses Health Services. > utsa.edu/rec
LIVE ON CAMPUS Students can live in one of five on-campus housing communities. Chaparral, Laurel and Alvarez are managed by UTSA while the others are managed by Campus Living Villages. > utsa.edu/housing Apartment Style
»» Chaparral Village »» Laurel Village »» University Oaks
»» Alvarez Hall »» Chisholm Hall
EAT ON CAMPUS The Roadrunner Café is the main cafeteria on campus that is located near most on-campus housing. In addition to the café, UTSA has two food courts (UC and JPL) as well as Einstein Bagels located in the BSE Bldg. > utsa.edu/dining UC Food Court
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Chili’s Too Starbucks Mooyah Panda Express Taco Taco Subway Rowdy Mart
JPL Food Court
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Starbucks Subway Chick-fil-A Papa John’s Pizza Smoothie King Steak 'n Shake Greens To Go
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Academic Side of Campus Campus Life Side of Campus Walking Paths Visitor Parking
Drive-by Info Booths
UTSA has a campus located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, which houses the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning and College of Public Policy. View the Downtown Campus map online at utsa.edu/visit/dt.
future.utsa.edu 210-458-8000 @UTSAfutureRR
Published on Sep 9, 2016
What can I major in? How do I get in? How do I apply? What aid can I get? Learn about applying to UTSA at http://utsa.edu/futureroadrunner