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3.6
based on 156 reviews
  • Daniel from El Paso, TX

    UTEP is a very enjoyable place to continue one's quest for a higher education and achieve the degree one is looking for, whether it is a bachelor's degree, a master's degree, a doctorate, or the requirements to enter medical school are to be… more read full review

    UTEP is a very enjoyable place to continue one's quest for a higher education and achieve the degree one is looking for, whether it is a bachelor's degree, a master's degree, a doctorate, or the requirements to enter medical school are to be fulfilled. The school is beautiful and the student environment is one that anyone can easily feel at home with. The only downside to the environment present at UTEP is that the university is somewhat of a commuter college, meaning that most of the students do not live on campus, rather they live in the city and also work part-time (sometimes even full-time!) while going to school. As opposed to a traditional college in which most of the students live on campus, it may be more difficult to associate with students who are attempting to reach a degree like oneself. It may also be especially difficult when attempting to get several students to meet for a group-study session, since many are busy with more than just school. read full review

  • Christina from El Paso, TX

    For the time that I've spent here (2 semesters), every professor that I've had has a different approach to teaching in their own way, making each class that I've taken stimulate the mind and be interesting. There are some professors here that I've… more read full review

    For the time that I've spent here (2 semesters), every professor that I've had has a different approach to teaching in their own way, making each class that I've taken stimulate the mind and be interesting. There are some professors here that I've heard of who didn't quite please the students, but if there are any unsatisfying professors here, you will most likely hear of them, since the student community is quite close. Classes also vary in size. Some classes may fit up to 200 people, while others only have 30 students as the maximum capacity. UTEP also offers certain applications that other colleges may offer, like WebCT, which is a website in which you can communicate with the students in your class, email your professor, and turn in or receive assignments. No matter what the size of your class is, you will be able to connect to your professor through WebCt. The library is a decent size, and also has programs/sources that help when you are studying, like the Writing Center. In reality, you have all the sources here available to you for study. All you need is a study group, and you're set! Study groups may be a bit hard to organize because a huge amount of students here work while being a full time student. However, thanks to WebCt and peer advisors from my classes, Study sessions were organized, and a study group was even created online through WebCt. read full review

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The University of Texas at El Paso Scholarships

Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
$1,500 - $6,000 R
$1,500 R
$6,000 - $24,000 R
$4,000 - $16,000 R
$4,000 R
$6,000 R
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$3,000 - $12,000
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