Texas A&M University-San Antonio
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Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) is a contemporary university reflective of the diverse and heritage-rich community it serves. Founded as the first upper-division institution of higher education in South San Antonio, A&M-SA today is a comprehensive four-year university offering affordable, high-quality education.
From fall 2008, when the A&M-SA became a standalone university, to fall 2017, enrollment grew 340 percent. The University currently serves more than 6,600 students and has graduated more than 10,000 alumni. The student body is 70 percent Hispanic, and approximately 71 percent of students are the first in their family to attend college.
Through the University’s 26 undergraduate degrees and 13 graduate degrees, students can pursue a wide variety of in-demand fields, such as education, business, information technology and cyber security, criminology and biology. A&M-SA prepares and empowers students with knowledge and marketable skills that prepare them for rewarding careers, responsible global citizenship and lifelong learning.
Colors: Black, Silver and “Madla” Maroon
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Main Campus: Exit 47 off of Loop 410 for University Way. At the beginning of University Way is Torre de Esperanza, the Tower of Hope.