As part of the Centennial Celebration, the tradition of Orange Fridays works to spread Miner Pride across campus and throughout the community every week. The tradition was instituted by the Student Government Association in fall 2011. We invite everyone to
Academic Work UTEP exists to help students achieve their dreams. Students share their enthusiasm and talents throughout the Centennial Celebration. Art Department Graphic design students created posters on UTEP history (ARTG 4316, Antonio Castro H, Fall 2011) Graphic design students
UTEP’s successes have come through the dreams and dedication of our campus faculty and staff.
Over the past century, UTEP and the El Paso community have been closely connected. So we are extremely honored that our friends in the community are joining our Centennial Celebration. Contact the Centennial Office at email@example.com to find out how
The United States Postal Service will offer a special postmark in honor of The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Celebration on Friday, Oct. 10, during UTEP’s Homecoming Week.
As The University of Texas at El Paso celebrates 100 years of access and excellence, teams of students, staff, faculty and alumni will spread the excitement to future Miners who will one day be part of the new higher education model.
Glory Road Glow Run 5K took place Saturday, Sept. 27. The run started and ended at the UTEP campus.
Finding out more about the first day of class in 1914 at the State School of Mines and Metallurgy, now The University of Texas at El Paso, was a research project with its own story.
Check out what events are happening in the Centennial Celebration this week.