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A member of the Alamo Community College District, San Antonio College is a two-year community college serving more than 22,000 students. As one of the largest community colleges in the United States, it is SAC’s mission to empower the community for success. In the last 90 years, SAC has managed to uphold that mission with graduates, including numerous United States Representatives, state senators, Olympians, and more. Many programs at San Antonio College have received praise and ratings of “exemplary” from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, including business management, computer-aided design, dental assisting, nursing, and more.
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Trinity University, a private liberal arts college, serves more than 2,300 students with an average high school GPA of 3.52. Trinity offers 42 majors and 57 minors among six degree programs, including liberal arts, fine arts, engineering, accounting, and more. Classes on average have a student to faculty ratio of nine to one and offer hands-on learning and attention for the entire student body.
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The University of the Incarnate Word is a private Catholic university founded in 1881 and is the largest Catholic university in Texas. In addition to completing academic degree requirements, students are required to volunteer a certain number of hours in the community to complete their degree programs. UIW competes in the NCAA Division I Southland Conference as of 2013 and both the men’s and women’s soccer teams have won multiple Heartland Conference championships over the years. The most popular majors and degree programs at UIW include business, management, marketing, biological and biomedical sciences, and engineering.
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The University of Texas at San Antonio’s main campus is the largest in the University of Texas System and offers 133 undergraduate, 51 graduate, and 24 doctoral degree programs. UTSA boasts three campuses in San Antonio and is the fifth largest university in the state of Texas, serving more than 24,000 students each semester. Popular majors at UTSA include business, marketing, management, biomedical sciences, and engineering with nearly 25% of students majoring in business, management, and marketing. The UTSA Roadrunners compete in 16 intercollegiate sports and have competed in national championships in basketball, cross country, and more.