Students can inquire about 147 undergraduate programs at the University of Texas at San Antonio and 22 undergraduate programs at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.
By R.T. Gonzalez
Recruiters from the University of Texas at San Antonio will be on campus 9 a.m.-noon Dec. 10 in the Service Education Empowerment Diversity center inside Room 101 of the student center.
Texas A&M University–San Antonio will also have recruiters on campus 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and advisers 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 11 in the same location.
Students will have the opportunity to ask both advisers and recruiters about the universities majors and transfer degree plans. Students are encouraged to take transcripts for better counsel on what classes to take.
“They provide students with degree plans or transfer degree plans of what classes they need to take at the Alamo Colleges,” Jonathon Martinez, Palo Alto peer adviser, said.
The University of Texas at San Antonio was established in June 1969. The first 1,113 students enrolled at the campus in Sept. 1973. The university is a state research institute with nearly 29,000 students enrolled. It is on the Northwest Side of San Antonio near La Cantera Parkway, and offers 147 degree programs.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio is a transfer university, which only enrolls juniors and seniors. Texas A&M has approximately 4,500 students since it’s establishment in 2009. The university is on the South Side of San Antonio, near Palo Alto College.
For more information, visit the transfer student center in Room 101 of the college student center at Palo Alto College or 210-486-3131.