We’re a tight-knit campus inside a big city. From intramural sports to run clubs, you can find ways to balance your life outside classrooms and clinics.
San Antonio’s cost of living is affordable, but you’ll still feel like you’re getting the best of city life when you go to school here. You can stay close to the Medical Center, where our campus resides, or find your best fit on the urban-to-rural spectrum of San Antonio’s neighborhoods.
We offer a wide variety of recognized organizations on campus. Most are professional and discipline-specific. Others are cultural, religious, social or special interest. Want to volunteer? We can help you find a group perfect for you and your professional plans.
Like a number of her classmates, third-year occupational therapy master’s student Amy Honeck has accumulated an impressive list of volunteer service and leadership positions during her time in the program.
However, her recent selection to receive the Texas Occupational Therapy Association Student Leader Award is particularly notable.
“She is the first recipient from our university, so that is very exciting,” said Associate Professor Bridgett Piernik-Yoder, Ph.D., OTR, chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Learn more about UT Health San Antonio School of Health Professions stimulating and cutting-edge program in Medical Laboratory Sciences.
Students who are interested in exploring more about this on-the-rise industry, that includes analyzing blood and other body fluids to help identify, treat and prevent diseases, are encouraged to attend.
Graduates of this program are in high demand, nearly 100 percent have a job lined up when they graduate or within three months of graduation.