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
El Paso historian Cleofas Calleros was born in Chihuahua, April 9, 1896. His family immigrated to El Paso in 1902. He received his formal education from Sacred Heart School where he graduated the eighth grade in 1911 as valedictorian of
Learn more about how you can attend the Gildan New Mexico Bowl and read more about the Centennial year coming to an end.
Graduates belonging to the Winter 2014 class helped bring The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Year to a close on Saturday, Dec. 13. Approximately 2,300 Miners participated in the day’s three Commencement celebrations.
More than 70 unique buildings make up the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso. Each structure constructed during the past century has served a distinct purpose — from providing classrooms and labs, housing students and hosting art exhibits to serving as an arena for the community to enjoy athletic and entertainment events.
Approximately 2,300 Miners participated in the day’s three Commencement celebrations at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso.