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UTSA students: Submit applications now for Mr. and Ms. UTSA 2010

Mr. and Ms. UTSA

From left at the 2009 ceremony are Mr. UTSA 2009 Akshay Thusu, Ms. UTSA 2009 Megan Graham, Mr. UTSA 2009 DJ Bernal, Ms. UTSA 2008 Jessica Beemer, Dr. Harriett Romo and UTSA President Ricardo Romo.

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(Dec. 8, 2009)--Applications are being accepted now for Mr. and Ms. UTSA 2010. The deadline for applications is 4 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29 in the UTSA Office of Alumni Programs, University Center Room 2.01.10, Main Campus.

Candidates must be full-time UTSA students with at least 24 credit hours completed as an undergraduate or 7 credit hours completed as a graduate student, have a minimum UTSA GPA of 2.75 and have a strong affinity for UTSA spirit, tradition and pride.

The reigning Mr. and Ms. UTSA participate in all Homecoming events and make appearances on campus and in the community.

>> Download an application at the UTSA Alumni Web site.

For more information, e-mail the UTSA Office of Alumni Programs.

 

 

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