International students tour UTSA
San Antonio College international students visit UTSA
By Shelley Kilpatrick
Student Writer, College of Liberal and Fine Arts
(May 17, 2007)--Ten international students from San Antonio College visited UTSA April 20 to see the university and experience campus life. The visit will help them decide if they will attend UTSA.
The students began their visit with Becky Villarreal at the Office of International Programs, then went on a tour of the College of Business with John Soudah, director of academic computing.
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The students then viewed the remainder of the 1604 Campus and went to Sombrilla Plaza to take in Fiesta UTSA activities. They stopped by the Visitors' Center in the Business Building and concluded the tour with an information session led by Charles Crane, Tina Desorbo and Diane Sullivan of the Office of International Programs.
"The visit was a great success," said Villarreal. "The students really enjoyed themselves, and several of them indicated that they plan to transfer to UTSA in the near future."
For more information, contact the Office of International Programs at (210) 458-7204.