Location
San Antonio, TX
Undergrads
4,388
Tuition
$23,690
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
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Reviews 988 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Sophomore

Weather: very bipolar weather , but that is nothing that can be controlled it is just Texas.

College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Didn't know they have off campus living help. i currently live off campus and i went apartment hunting starting with the internet.

4 College Sophomore

Athletics: The school just went D1 and that is terrific, but they should live up to the D1 name like other larger schools.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: Some professors in the major do not always seem together and take a long time to respond to things. others are always on the ball and will help you when ever they can.

4 College Sophomore

Computers: Everything is great they have some crashes a semester but that is expected for the amount that is on the network. Could have better range for wireless.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: They catch people every now and then for thinks they should not be doing

2 College Sophomore

Greek Life: its unfortunate they cant have houses

3 College Junior

Athletics: They put too much work and dedication to the athletics...

5 College Junior

Diversity: There are people from all backgrounds here! It's awesome:)

4 College Junior

Transportation: Transportation is great, but parking is awful!

5 College Junior

Majors: Getting into my program wasn't difficult at all. There aren't that many people who go to my university, therefore, everyone who wants to major in Communication Arts are applicable to.

5 College Junior

Majors: Yes! I love all of my professors in my program. I would love to work for a non-profit organization doing the media, public relations, or community stuff. My concerns are that since I am a journalism major, I may not be able to find a job right away.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: I live with my grandma

3 College Student

Greek Life: I do not want to join a sorority

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4 College Student

Athletics: I want to play sports but do not have the time

3 College Student

Transportation: I take my own car

3 College Student

Local Atmosphere: I do not live on campus

College Student

Nightlife: I do not live on campus, nor do I party or go out

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I like how most teachers within my specific major generally care for their students and want them to succeed which makes it easier to continue with classes, even the difficult ones. If you attend PASS sessions, form study groups, and/or seek a tutor all the better to pass and make more connections with future friends and possible opportunities for internships/job opportunities.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: Typical wait period for financial aid process but can sometimes not cover entire expense. Keep an eye out for possible student loans not offered by school and apply to as many scholarships as possible.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I live on campus so I can't really say how off-campus housing is.

3 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: I don't really see anything pertaining to drugs on campus grounds.

4 College Junior

Diversity: International students are always integrated

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Too expensive compared to on-campus

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Its convenient, community based, and they always have something going on

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Paola Cardenas
Hometown
El Paso, TX
Major
Bilingual Communications
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The University of the Incarnate Word has so much to offer. From the academics and excellent professors to the life-long friendships, you will not look back and regret coming to UIW. Most of the students really enjoy their experience at UIW. The friendships formed here usually last through college and beyond. There are also more genuine friendships since UIW is a small school, and keeping in contact with fellow classmates is very easy because you see the same people almost daily. UIW is a very diverse school, so it is like a "small world." The memories formed at UIW are endless.

The education is top-of-the-line, as it thoroughly prepares each student to excel in his or her desired field of study. The smaller atmosphere allows for more personal attention for each student. The relationships between students and teachers is very strong, and professors know students by their names because of the low student-to-teacher ratio. Sure, you will hear complaints here and there, whether it be about residence life or the cafeteria food, but keep in mind that everyone has different tastes, and nothing is perfect. Overall, students are very satisfied with their education at UIW and all that it brings them not only while they are in school but after they graduate as well. Professors and advisers make sure that their students are more than prepared for their careers and for whatever life may bring in the future.

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