The University of Texas at El Paso Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
Underrated school in my opinion; the classes, the professors and the programs available are among the best in the state. This school gave the tools and foundation to grow beyond what I had imagined for myself. I'm proud to be called a Miner, because thanks to all the progress the school has done in a near future UTEP will be an even greater university.
I think it has a strong engineering program. It has lots of useful resources and people is very friendly.
I had a great experience, and I learned a lot. The degree plans are very interesting, and the courses help to encourage to keep learning. The University is under construction, and it is growing and improving new programs. I would improve a lot in my English skills and my writing skills because English is my second language.
Bhutanese architecture, very cool! Large foreign student population. Track & field mostly African nationals with scolarships. Campus can be smoggy - refinery within 2 miles. Campus built on foothills (therefore, the Bhutanese influence) in desert environment (El Paso, Tx). Mexican border very close. Big-city traffic.
I was pleased with the accounting program especially the professors. The program taught me subjects that were relevant to the cpa exam, which I felt was very useful. Many of the professors are very supportive and have a lot of knowledge to share.
Having a degree has made it easier to get a job and opened more opportunities. I enjoyed college an liked the freedom to learn on my own.