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UTSA prepares for 45,000 students by 2028
University of Texas at San Antonio President Taylor Eighmy has some lofty goals for his university over the next decade: increase enrollment to more than 45,000 students, grow the first-year student retention rate to 85 percent, and raise the six-year graduation rate to 60 percent. The latter two goals he wants to achieve by 2023.
If the university accomplishes these, it will mean about 13,000 new students, 700 new faculty members, a more than 10 percent hike in first-year student retention rate, and a more than 20 percent increase in the six-year graduation rate.