Away from the confines of the classroom and the hush of the library is a boisterous and "rowdy" campus life that invites students to enjoy a world of new friendships, camaraderie and laughter.
Students can live on or off campus. The university offers a variety of living facilities and comfortable apartments. Because space is limited, an application is required and is available at utsa.edu/housing.
Chisholm Hall is a traditional residence hall that offers a great place to find study partners or new friends.
University Oaks is apartment living on campus that includes private bedrooms and a full kitchen.
Alvarez Hall residents enjoy a private, fully furnished bedroom with a shared, connecting bathroom, individual floor lounges, laundry facilities, a computer lab, and a community kitchen.
It's no secret that college students need plenty of nourishment to keep their active bodies and brains functioning well. UTSA offers an array of dining options, from fast food to traditional cafeteria.
There are lots of resources available to students who are looking for a little extra help.