The University of Texas at San Antonio Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (22)
The university is a great place to interact and network with people of all walks of life. They have many opportunities to excel and find a job right after college. However the overall success in your career is ultimately going to depend on you, many of the opportunities available are not in the same city.
UTSA was an amazing school experience that I would definitely recommend to those seeking to better themselves for there future. All the staff that I encountered were so willing to help me succeed in getting an education. I was so satisfied with my experience while perusing my Bachelor's that when it came for me to decide what school I wanted to enroll at to received my masters, I immediately looked into enrolling at UTSA again for there masters in Health and Kinesiology program. Potentially I wouldn't mind working for UTSA as a professor in the Health and Kinesiology field so that I may help to uphold the amazing reputation that the staff there have.
I loved my college experience! My professors always took the time to help if I needed it. There were wonderful student groups and always something going on around campus. I highly recommend UTSA for new students.
I truly enjoyed the atmosphere at UTSA; I became involved in many clubs and made some great friends. My studies were rigorous and the classes I took helped to shape my teaching philosophy. I enjoyed UTSA so much that I couldn't stay away and I am currently getting my Masters in Curriculum and Instruction through UTSA. I highly recommend attending UTSA and getting involved in clubs and attending the events that offered. Volunteer, go to Movie nights, make sure you go to the Fiesta events, and football games are a must! Rent a room in the library to study with friends and relax with some chic fil a by the fountain. Make sure get to campus early enough to find a parking spot. Enjoy your time because it will go by so fast.
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.
UTSA professors and staff try to help all their students succeed, they have office hours and if the office hours are inconvenient to the student they will schedule a different time and sometimes a different place, they respond to emails as quickly as possible and try their best to help the students succeed. Some professors go beyond this call and give their students their cell phone numbers so if the student has any questions then they can always ask. The university puts the students first. The university has programs to help students that need it, rather it is writing, tutoring, or counseling. The department chairs are welcoming and friendly and any complaints a student has about another professor the department chair will keep them confidential.
Great place full of interesting people and staff. Its a growing university and it is exciting to watch it grow.
I enjoyed my entire experience as an undergraduate student at UTSA. It's a wonderful university with excellent professors and staff. The campus itself is very large and beautiful. I have nothing but positive memories from this school and I would do it all over again if I had to.
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.
UTSA is a great school that feels smaller than it is. It's constantly growing and has gained a great culture as it grows.