UTSA Downtown Campus
501 César E. Chávez Boulevard
San Antonio, TX 78207
Four buildings on 18.37 acres
West of I-35 in the historic Cattleman Square District
Approximately 60 percent of the 6,000 Downtown Campus students also take classes at the Main Campus. Classes available in the Buena Vista Street Building, Frio Street Building, Monterey Building and Durango Building.
- The Downtown Campus, which celebrated its 14th anniversary in 2011, is an integral part of UTSA, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs for residents living or working downtown.
- VIA bus service is available between both campuses, with purchase of a bus pass or pay as you go.
- Student services include: admissions, counseling, enrollment services and financial aid, fiscal services, career services, registrar, veterans certification, student health, student activities and campus recreation.
- Variety of resources including a 19,000-square-foot library, instructional theater, health and counseling center, bookstore, fitness center and food service facility.
- Available on-campus parking for more than 2,200 vehicles, including more than 300 garage spaces.
- The College of Architecture and The College of Public Policy are housed at the Downtown Campus. The Department of Counseling and the Department of Educational Psychology are also located here.
- The Downtown Campus offers coursework leading to the completion of the following undergraduate programs: accounting, architecture, biology, communication, construction science and management, criminal justice, English, general business, history, interdisciplinary studies, interior design, management, marketing, mathematics, Mexican American studies, political science, psychology, public administration and sociology.
- All courses required to complete graduate degree programs in architecture, education, justice policy, public administration and social work are taught at the Downtown Campus.
- Downtown Campus is home to community service initiatives and college preparation programs including the academically intense Pre-freshman Engineering Program (PREP) and Dual-Credit and Concurrent Enrollment programs for high school students.