The University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
At the beginning I had no idea if I liked the college or not. within time I felt more at home and once I got into my degree I learned that I loved it. I had a passion for Marine Biology and eventually got a job at the Biology Labs as a Teaching Assistant. Eventually, I earned my degree and applied to the masters degree and got in with the help of Dr. V. I was truly ecstatic. I don't know if I will be able to continue since my husband got a job offer an all but I definitely love this campus and am a true Vaquero/Bronco at heart because of it.
I attended the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley during my undergraduate years and will now attending their graduate studies program for Physician Assistants. Overall I found the school to be of great value to my educational experience. First of all the professors are very good with explaining what is expected of you and will be there to help you with any needs. The school is extremely affordable with much financial aid. In the social department I had great experiences with all of my classmates, they were all very friendly and open to helping you especially if their help could later be reciprocated.
Situated in south Texas, this is a great college with affordable tuition. Lots of diversity and a beautiful campus, as well as, many fun recreational things to do on campus. Professors and other faculty always willing to help. Very satisfied with my degree.
The Social Work programs is very smooth. The university is not very big and I believe that is something good. This helps the professors and staff to explain any questions the student may have. As of my social work classes, they were all very interesting and fun. I had the total opposite idea of college before I attended my first day. Every day in class there is something new to learn and the instructors are very kind, sweet, and have the passion to teach and make the valley proud of the social work graduates. The college is very peaceful and is always trying to make things easier for its students. I am about to graduate with my bachelor's in social work this December, and all I can say is that it was worth every minute of it. That is why now I would like to pursue my Masters degree. I know I am capable of changing the world.
The University of Texas Pan American was a great university that provided great courses and services to their students. This university prepares you for the career that you pursue by bringing speakers and creating events for job fairs that prepared you for your future.