Welcome to the UTSA Downtown Campus.
The 11-acre campus is located in the heart of San Antonio just west of IH-35 at the intersection of W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. and Frio Street and is easily accessible by car or bus. It is also within walking distance of many cultural attractions, restaurants and businesses that make San Antonio a top destination in Texas.
The UTSA Downtown Campus is home to the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, the College of Public Policy and the College of Education and Human Development departments of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
The campus offers seven undergraduate degrees, nine master’s degrees, three doctoral degrees and seven graduate certificates. More than one-third of UTSA’s graduate students take classes at the Downtown Campus.
One of the defining elements of the campus is its connection to the community and its role as a center for urban issues and research.
The Carnegie Foundation has recognized UTSA for its community engagement efforts. Housed at the UTSA Downtown Campus, the Office of the Vice President for Community Services oversees many of the university’s public service, extension, outreach and community education programs.
The UTSA Downtown Campus includes a 19,000 square-foot library, computer lab, professional quality theater, art gallery, campus bookstore, student center, fitness center, sport court, dining facilities, health and counseling services, student disability services, testing services, tutoring and writing support and more.
To learn more about what the UTSA Downtown Campus has to offer, schedule a tour, or speak to an admissions advisor, visit our UTSA Downtown Welcome Center online.