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President Ricardo RomoDr. Ricardo Romo, UTSA President

Welcome to The University of Texas at San Antonio, one of the fastest growing public universities in Texas and a proud member of the University of Texas System.

At UTSA, we believe the best way to prepare a student for the future is by offering an excellent education and valuable opportunities through our focused areas of academic excellence, research, and international outreach.

Our programs centered on research, knowledge development, building leadership skills and participation in community service activities help students become successful in their chosen careers in addition to providing them with an exciting and enriching college experience.

More than 30,000 students are preparing for their future in one of the university's eight colleges and the Graduate School. In all, more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available.

UTSA consists of three campuses. The Main Campus is on 725 acres at the foot of the Texas Hill Country. The Downtown Campus is near the heart of the San Antonio business district. The Institute of Texan Cultures at the HemisFair Park Campus and near San Antonio's famed River Walk, is a unique state museum and educational center featuring the cultural histories and traditions of Texas.

I invite you to visit UTSA virtually or in person to experience our diverse campuses serving a 21st century purpose by creating knowledge, serving society and enriching lives now and for the future.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact me at

Go Roadrunners!

Ricardo Romo
The University of Texas at San Antonio

A Top-Tier Campaign

Early success prompts UTSA to increase capital campaign goal to $175 million. The additional $55 million will provide additional funding for scholarships, research, athletics facilities. Find out more.

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Special Art Collection:
Faces With Names

A memorial photo collection of San Antonio Armed Forces service members killed or missing in action during the Vietnam War.