San Antonio’s University

The University of Texas at San Antonio is diverse and expanding, much like the surrounding City of San Antonio.

Bold Is... being a thought leader and a model for others

Committed to San Antonio

As a driver of economic development, workforce talent and social mobility, UTSA is committed to developing deep partnerships with San Antonio’s cultural, business, research and educational communities.

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    San Antonio
  • 2.65M
  • 1.29M
    Regional Workforce
  • 1.25M
    Total Jobs
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  • 35K
    Student Population
  • 98K
    Alumni Living and Working in San Antonio
  • 170K+
    Total Degrees Issued
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Student Population
Regional Workforce
Alumni Living and Working in San Antonio
Total Jobs
Total Degrees Issued

News & Updates

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Polling center gauges local voter perspectives

UTSA’s new Center for Public Opinion Research (CPOR) aims to learn about the perspectives, opinions and priorities of people living in the San Antonio region.

Learn about the research

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Downtown collaboration brings free shuttle to San Antonio community

UTSA, Centro and VIA are partnering on a pilot program to provide a free e-shuttle service in downtown San Antonio. The courtesy shuttles will provide quick and reliable transportation throughout the downtown area.

See how to ride

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Research partnership positions city as hub for new energy solutions

The partnership between UTSA, the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E), the City of San Antonio, and CPS Energy will position San Antonio as an innovation center for these new energy solutions, accelerating their development and deployment across the country.

More about the impact

From creating new spaces that foster student innovation to expanding education outside the classroom through experiential learning opportunities, UTSA is investing in workforce development to grow San Antonio’s talent pipeline.

Bold Is... Attracting World-Class Talent

New faces bring new ideas, and UTSA is actively attracting top researchers and thought leaders to San Antonio to build our region’s knowledge ecosystem. From professors studying the cosmos with NASA to those focusing on infectious disease research, UTSA is attracting great minds to a great city.

Dr. Dhireesha Kidithipudi

Professor and Director of MATRIX: The UTSA AI Consortium for Human Well-Being

Recruited to San Antonio to lead and coordinate UTSA’s efforts in AI initiatives, Dr. Kudithipudi and her team are paving a path forward for the invention, deployment and advancement of AI that promotes whole human health.

Explore Dr. Kidithipudi’s work

Dr. Dhireesha Kidithipudi

Deepening Community Partnerships

As a community-engaged university, UTSA is building strong relationships with our San Antonio partners to create new opportunities for local residents. Here is a quick look at the UTSA offices and programs providing services, business resources and educational opportunities to San Antonians.

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UTSA Students + Community

Leadership and Volunteer Services gives students a wide number of programs through which they can give back, including Sponsored Student Organizations, Volunteer Services, and Programs and Events.

Civic and Community-Engaged Leadership helps engage students and faculty by enriching education and promoting civic literacy through service-learning:

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Youth Outreach Programs

UTSA provides college-readiness opportunities to students from all communities and backgrounds, including PreFreshman Engineering Program, Strategic Educational Partnerships, and Test Prep Workshops.

UTSA also fosters learning through research, discovery and innovation with programs focused on local elementary, junior high and high school students:

Corporate Engagement

From advising and consulting to doing business directly with UTSA, there are countless ways for local companies to connect with the university. Becoming a corporate partner with UTSA’s University Career Center provides business visibility and ways to connect with students and alumni through virtual and in-person recruiting opportunities, on-campus interviewing, and career fairs. The Valdez Institute for Economic Development can provide Business Advising, Training and Research to help you advance your business goals. Additionally, companies can partner with UTSA through our corporate engagement and Historically Underutilized Businesses programs.

Corporate Engagement

Bold Is... Putting San Antonio on the Map

Building a School of Data Science is one of many steps that UTSA has taken to solidify San Antonio’s role as a Cyber Powerhouse and support our city’s reputation as the largest information security hub outside of D.C., while the construction of San Pedro II highlights our dedication to workforce development and entrepreneurship.

Bold Is... preparing students to lead our community

As a national model for Latino Student Success, UTSA is setting the standard for educating students that reflect the demographic future of the United States. San Antonio’s diverse Hispanic community is one of its greatest strengths, and UTSA is committed to preparing the leaders who will lead our community, state, and country in the years to come.

Meet Anna Almaraz '23

Anna Almaraz is leading the San Antonio community forward through her entrepreneurial spirit with a deep passion for serving the city that raised her.

Read Anna’s story

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Downtown San Antonio

Destination Downtown

Key to our commitment to San Antonio’s student and business communities is expanding our downtown presence. From new buildings to new relationships, UTSA is boldly investing in San Antonio’s core.

Explore UTSA's presence downtown

As San Antonio continues its evolution into one of the most dynamic employment communities in the nation, UTSA is hard at work, producing the skilled and driven graduate talent that industry needs.

Taylor Eighmy, UTSA President
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