most people think that a public university is bad but most classes here have about 30 students per class.
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This University is very well kept from its physical aspects. The staff are very enthusiastic on the educational experience, which makes me very excited in all components of my academic career. Also the many choices and diversity of the campus is something that a person should forward to.» Read More
I really like how the school is connected on many levels; we toured the entire campus and it didn't even feel as big as it is. Every building seems to have something unique about it, like the science buildings with the mid-air hallways (very cool)! And it's perks (movie theatre, ski lodge, 24 hr service, restaurants,etc.) are pretty cool, as well!» Read More
The University of Texas at San Antonio is currently the eighth most populated college in Texas and a feeder school to The University of Texas at Austin. Located on the outskirts of San Antonio, this school is known for its diversity and plethora of majors and degree plans. Teaching styles range from small classrooms that focus on individual needs to large auditoriums.» Read More
If you were looking for more a dorm type of school I wouldn't suggest this one. Overall it's fairly in respects to the academics and the amount of support they provide. I also enjoy the 24 hours library and the services that come part of your tuition.» Read More