Student & Graduate Reviews
Michael Paul Maraffa - 6/4/2019
Graduation Year: 2019
"I really enjoyed my undergraduate degree. When I was about to graduate high school, I had no idea where I wanted to go. I toured a couple of campuses but immediately liked UTSA's the most. I thought the location was great and the campus was fairly nice. It does have a feel of a smaller campus, which I really enjoyed. Walking to and from buildings or to work every day was really easy and fast. The culture was a fairly positive one as well. I can only remember a few instances that something dramatic or negative happened that really shook the entire campus. All in all, I think this is a great place to spend your undergraduate years and recommend everyone at least go visit the campus."
Christina Tanzola - 3/20/2017
Graduation Year: 2011
"The University of Texas at San Antonio had wonderful professors that are devoted to their students. The campus is easy to navigate and has a lot of history. The school prides itself on the city it's in and promotes student involvement in the community."
Laurie - 2/4/2017
Graduation Year: 2016
"College at the University of Texas at San Antonio is worth it. If you want an affordable education in a city often referred to as the "big small town" for its small town feel, then UTSA is a great option to consider. Its location offers a fun and practical place to attend college. Professors are always willing to work with students to help them achieve to the best of their ability"
Kiara Drake - 7/12/2016
Graduation Year: 2016
"I feel that going to school in a smaller program did help me get well adjusted to the new experience of college, specifically coming from a lower income area and moving far away from home. I do feel though that my program did not provide me with enough research experience that would provide me with the opportunity to pursue a graduate assistantship to help with out of state tuition for my graduate program."
Cat McMeow - 8/10/2015
Graduation Year: 2010
"UTSA has a broad, inclusive focus. When I graduated, UTSA was the 5th largest Hispanic university in the United States. I think that having such an inclusive focus sets UTSA apart from other university's in the US and in San Antonio. Also, UTSA tuition prices are lower than any other public university in San Antonio. I value my education deeply and am so glad that I chose UTSA to receive my degree."