Where is the Advising Center at UTSA?

*View full Spring academic calendar. To make an appointment with your assigned advisor, call 210.458. 4900 or visit the Student Success Center located on the Main Campus or Buena Vista (BVB) 1.304 located on the Downtown Campus.

How hard is it to get into UTSA engineering program?

Admission to the College of Engineering are ranked in the top 10 percent of their high school class (no minimum SAT or ACT scores required), or. are ranked below the top 10 percent of their high school class and have a minimum 1200 SAT* or 25 ACT score.

How do I make an advisor appointment at UTSA?

Find Your Advisor | UTSA Advising | UTSA | University of Texas at San Antonio. Students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisor to ensure they remain on track with their intended degree plan. To schedule an appointment, students may call 210.458. 4900 or visit the Student Success Center (SSC).

Does UTSA have an engineering program?

Student Life UTSA’s Mechanical Engineering degree is ABET accredited. In this program, you’ll gain exposure to the areas of design and manufacturing, mechanics and materials, and thermal and fluid systems.

Is UTSA a good school for engineering?

University of Texas–San Antonio 2023 Rankings University of Texas–San Antonio is ranked No. 152-200 in Best Engineering Schools.

Is UTSA engineering accredited?

The UTSA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers three undergraduate degree programs and four graduate degree programs. The bachelor’s degree program in Electrical Engineering has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Does UTSA have aerospace engineering?

UTSA College of Engineering soars with new aerospace engineering certificate. (May 22, 2019) – The UTSA College of Engineering is launching a new Aerospace Engineering Certificate to prepare students for successful careers in the aerospace industry.

Is Vaquero Roundup mandatory?

Transfer students are welcome to attend, but it is not mandatory. What is Vaquero Roundup? Vaquero Roundup is the final part of New Student Orientation. This is where you connect with Colleges, Student Organizations, and other departments at the university.