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Our Priorities

  • Student Success

    UTSA remains student-focused by creating opportunities for scholarship support, experiential learning, life-changing education, and the recruitment and retainment of the best and brightest.
  • Research Excellence

    UTSA strives to attract and retain world-class faculty, endow fellowship opportunities, and drive our mission to becoming a nationally recognized research university.
  • Strategic Growth

    UTSA will realize its full potential by enhancing its infrastructure and emphasizing strategic growth to create an environment of excellence for students, faculty, and staff to thrive in.

UTSA College of Engineering and Integrated Design to be named after Margie and Bill Klesse in honor of $20 million gift and years of support

Former Valero CEO and Chairman of the Board Bill Klesse and his wife, Margie, have committed a transformational $20 million gift to The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Engineering and Integrated Design to advance student success through the creation of new endowments for student scholarships, faculty support and programs to promote student success. In recognition of the gift, The University of Texas System Board of Regents has authorized the naming of the college to the Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design.
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UTSA Attains Prestigious Carnegie R1 Classification

The University of Texas at San Antonio has achieved the R1 Classification, sometimes referred to as Tier One or Top Tier, from the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. This elite designation validates the breadth and strength of UTSA’s knowledge enterprise and aligns the university with the nation’s top public and private research institutions. UTSA joins an exclusive group of Carnegie R1 institutions across the country.

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UTSA Athletics Launches Historic $70M Capital Campaign to Usher in a Bold New Era for Student-Athletes

The University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has launched Bold Champions: A New Era for UTSA Athletics, a $70 million capital campaign that will help transform San Antonio into a destination for the nation's most competitive Division I student-athletes. Already, $30.5 million in commitments have been received to advance the campaign, nearly half of its fundraising goals. Learn more about our opportunities to support our student-athletes. 

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