(Feb. 19, 2014) -- The UTSA Diploma Dash and City 5K Championship Race will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, when thousands of runners and walkers take to the course on the UTSA Main Campus on Saturday, March 1. On race day, registration and warm-up begins at 7 a.m. in Bauerle Road parking lot 3 on the Main Campus, and the race starts at 8 a.m.
The emcee for the event will be Monica Taylor '98 of KABB TV news. Proceeds from the 5K Diploma Dash benefit the UTSA Alumni Association and scholarships for UTSA students.
>> Register for the 5K at the UTSA Diploma Dash website.
The race is open to the public -- run or walk individually, with friends friends and family, or form a team of five members. There are 14 age categories including Masters, Team Challenges, UTSA students, UTSA departments and ROTC students. Diploma Dash sponsorships are available.
Registration for the event is $25 for UTSA Alumni Association members; $35 general public; $15 for military, students and children; amd $150 for five-person teams.
The UTSA Alumni Association serves nearly 100,000 alumni -- with some 60,000 living and working in the San Antonio area.
For more information, contact Anne Englert, director of alumni relations, at 210-458-4133.
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