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Student Achievements at UTSA

Undergraduate Enrollment
The University of Texas at San Antonio is committed to its mission to provide access to excellence, as reflected in the populations served by the institution. For example, the proportion of undergraduates comprised of Hispanic students has steadily increased over the last five years from 46% in fall 2010 to 54% in fall 2016. Enrollment numbers provided in the tables below disaggregate Roadrunner students, those pursuing a degree at UTSA, from fall entry students who were admitted as part of the Coordinated Admissions Program1 (CAP) with UT Austin.

Roadrunner Enrollment    
 
Number
Pct. of Total
Total
24,159
Hispanic
13,082
54
First generation student population
11,062
46
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
10,488
43

 

UT CAP1 Enrollment    
  Number Pct. of Total
Total
264
Hispanic
98
37
First generation student population
58
22
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible) 57 22

 

Overall Enrollment    
 
Number
Pct. of Total
Total 24,423
Hispanic 13,180 54
First generation student population
11,120
46
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible) 10,545 43

 

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded
The University of Texas at San Antonio is committed to student success and has seen significant increases in the number of undergraduate degrees awarded over the last five years from 4,247 in the 2010-11 academic year to 4,649 in 2015-16.


Undergraduate Degrees Awarded
  Number Pct. of Total
Total
4,649
Hispanic
2,323
50
First generation student population
1,931
42
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
1,840
40

 

Student Retention and Graduation
The University of Texas at San Antonio is committed to keeping students on-track to graduating and has seen substantial increases in the retention rates of all student populations intending to graduate at UTSA. Over the past five years, the overall first year retention rate has increased from 62% to 71%. Over the same time period, the retention rates of Hispanic students has increased from 65% to 72%.

Fall to Fall Retention Tables

Roadrunner Retention Rates    
  Number Pct. Retained
Total
4,401 76
Hispanic
2,466
74
First generation student population
1,985
73
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
2,064
75

 

UT CAP1 Student Retention Rates    
  Number
Pct. Retained
Total
497 27
Hispanic
189
34
First generation student population
134
31
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
139
34

 

Overall Student Retention Rates    
  Number
Pct. Retained
Total 4,898 71
Hispanic
2,655
72
First generation student population
2,119
70
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
2,203
72

 

Six Year Graduation Rate Tables

Roadrunner Graduation Rates    
  Number Pct. Graduated
Total 3,993 38
Hispanic
1,841
37
First generation student population
1,881
34
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
1,912
36

 

UT CAP1 Graduation Rates    
  Number Pct. Graduated
Total 823 17
Hispanic
243
19
First generation student population
213
18
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
225
17

 

Overall Graduation Rates    
  Number Pct. Graduated
Total 4,816 35
Hispanic
2,084
35
First generation student population
2,094
33
Economically disadvantaged undergraduate population (Pell eligible)
2,137
34


The overall success of students who transfer into and out of UTSA can be accessed through the Student Achievement Measure web site at http://www.studentachievementmeasure.org/participants/229027

Student Licensure Rates
FY 2016
Engineering
70%
Teacher Certification
84%

 

Student Earnings Data
Information about the range of earnings by major for UTSA graduates is available through the following site: http://www.utsystem.edu/seekut/Terms.htm

1Students participating in the CAP program enroll at UTSA with the intention to transfer to UT Austin in the second year for more information: http://bealonghorn.utexas.edu/cap.