University of Texas El Paso

El Paso, Texas, United States
Since opening its doors as the Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy in 1914, UTEPs geographic location along the U.S.-Mexico border has enabled generations of students to pursue their goals through higher education in one of the largest binational communities in the world.

About

History

Since opening its doors as the Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy in 1914, UTEPs geographic location along the U.S.-Mexico border has enabled generations of students to pursue their goals through higher education in one of the largest binational communities in the world.

Education

UTEP offers a broad array of degree programs 72 bachelors, 73 masters and 20 doctoral degrees taught by outstanding faculty who have been recognized for their commitment to student success.

Research

UTEP encourages and sponsors many opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students to engage in research projects while studying at UTEP. Also check with your particular department to see if any professors might have openings for students to participate in ongoing projects.

Career

Explore the many opportunities for on-campus employment, internships and professional jobs. There are more than 2,300 students working on campus. UTEP students have secured more than 700 internship positions in El Paso and across the country. Get started today!

Distance Learning Courses

Education & Training (2)
Humanities (2)
Business & Management (1)
Engineering & Technology (1)
Law (1)

Services

Student services

The Office of International Programs primarily assists UTEP international students, scholars, and dependent family members to maintain their non-immigrant statuses. We comply with federal regulations for mandatory record-keeping and reporting to federal agencies on behalf of UTEP. We provide high-quality immigration advising and services, and coordinate with university partners to assist international students and scholars in pursuing academic goals.

Housing services

The Department of Residence Life provides apartment-style residence halls with several floor plans, from cozy efficiencies to two- and four-bedroom units. There are also community spaces with room for studying, recreation, private mailboxes and administrative offices. All residence halls at UTEP are co-educational and ADA compliant rooms are available.

Library services

The present Library opened October 12, 1984. It features a unique Bhutanese architecture, as do many of the buildings on campus. The light and airy atrium of the Library houses one of the University's collection of tapestries sewn by Buddhist monks in Thimphu, the Bhutanese capitol. The Library building is 275,000 square feet, with six floors and a book capacity of 1.2 million volumes.

Student Life

Campus life

Its easy and fun to become involved on the UTEP campus. Students can participate in student government, clubs, organizations, leadership positions, art, community service and study abroad. Weve got the links below for you to get started on becoming part of the larger UTEP community and family.Students can find a variety of live entertainment and enrichment activities at UTEP. From rock concerts to dinner theater productions, there are events throughout the year.

Sports facilities

With 12 collegiate sports, UTEP offers students many chances to cheer on student athletes throughout the year. Fitness opportunities abound, as students can also take advantage of our recreation center, intramurals, sport clubs and state-of-the-art facilities.

Accreditation

The University of Texas at El Paso is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral level degrees.

UTEP offers the only AACSB Accredited business programs in the El Paso border region.

El Paso, Texas, United States

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