University of the Incarnate Word

, TX,
3.93 Average Rating
The University of the Incarnate Word was founded by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. UIW operates campuses in Alamo Heights and San Antonio, TX, as well as programs in Mexico and Germany. The university is a Hispanic-serving institution and a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is the largest Catholic university in Texas.


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  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
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3.93 Average Rating
I would rate the University of the Incarnate Word a 10. I love the small environment and meeting new people. They help you improve your grade by going to PASS sessions and tutoring. I love it here.
Denise from San Antonio, TX
Overall the University is great, because it is smaller more people get involved so it is welcoming. Academically it is great, a student receives an education they should be proud of. Anyone would be happy with this amazing school.
Janet from San Antonio, TX

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