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Give students a system that works

Give students a system that works

Editorial Board

April 16, 2019

UTSA is a fast-growing university seeking to support a large community of students in the future. In December of 2018, UTSA’s Office of Institutional Research (OIR) reported an enrollment of 32,101 students for Fall 2018, an increase of 4.7 percent, marking the highest enrollment count in the university’s...

UTSA course surveys


Kaylee Boggan

November 29, 2018

Course surveys opened Nov. 12 and closed on Nov. 26. Students were able to leave comments on how the class was instructed and rate the professor’s overall performance. According to Steve Wilkerson, associate vice provost of UTSA’s Office of Institutional Research, “The purpose of the survey is to i...

Course registration system shuts down

UTSA issued out a statement regarding ASAP shutting down.

Kimiya Factory and Gabriella Villanueva

November 14, 2018

Seniors who planned on enrolling in classes for the upcoming spring semester encountered difficulties when the ASAP website crashed the morning of Oct. 31, after course registration opened. Students criticized the institution on social media for errors in the system concerning the technical difficulty....

UTSA’s registration website crashes

Graphic by Kat Joseph/The Paisano

David Crawford

November 7, 2018

The UTSA class registration website, ASAP, crashed on Oct. 31, hindering seniors from registering for Spring 2019 classes.  In response, Interim Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Lisa Blazer sent out emails to senior students explaining the reasoning for the crash. “The technical difficu...