Dreams bring everyone together on a university campus and, perhaps more than any other institution in our society, universities are places where dreams do come true.
More than 110,000 baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees have been awarded in the fields of science, engineering, healthcare, politics, business, law, entertainment, arts, and education.
In 1966, our men’s basketball team won the national championship. Today UTEP expects excellence in all that we undertake.
Students’ destinies are determined neither by race, ethnicity, gender, nor zip code. All students deserve the opportunity to develop their talents and nourish their dreams.
The first class of Peace Corps volunteers trained on campus. Today service permeates student life in and out of the classroom.
Miners need to be true to themselves, true to the border region, true to their unique and inherent possibilities.
From our 1966 NCAA basketball championship to our recent national rankings, UTEP has grown accustomed to defying convention and beating the odds.
While the rising costs of college tuition and student loan debt makes headlines, UTEP is recognized for its affordability.
Mountains, desert, and Bhutanese-inspired architecture make UTEP’s campus one of the most strikingly beautiful in the world.
Practical experience moves today’s students toward graduation, promotes deeper learning, increases confidence, and improves job placement and career success.