Filling the need for STEM-educated professionals
Last year, the College of Sciences saw a record 13% increase in undergraduate enrollment and the total enrollment was the highest it has been in the last decade. The college serves upwards of 5,300 students and over 8,000 students university-wide – nearly all undergraduate students enroll in at least one science class during their time at UTSA.
As the demand for STEM-educated professionals grows, the College of Sciences is meeting that need by training the next generation of healthcare workers, cyber security professionals, K-12 educators, research scientists and more.
Your gift helps train the next generation of scientists, attract and retain the best and brightest faculty and graduate students, and make discoveries that lead to cures, deepen our understanding of the world, and transform lives.
Last year on UTSA Giving Day, you helped us raise over $27,000 for the College of Sciences supporting key areas such as student success, research, scholarships and more. Building on that momentum, your gift today toward the College of Sciences Annual Fund helps students achieve their educational and career goals and allows the college to be responsive to the needs of students as they arise.
UTSA achieved Carnegie R1 status in 2021, placing it among the top research institutions in the world. We could not have achieved this monumental goal without your support. The College of Sciences is a leader in impactful research in the areas of brain health, drug discovery, infectious disease, mathematical predictive modeling, cyber security, astrophysics and more. Your gift today to the College of Sciences Annual Fund propels research and discovery forward.
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Your generosity serves as an encouragement to all who benefit from it and inspires others to give. Thank you for supporting the next generation of scientists, research excellence and student success.