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A sign advertising the Bold Promise program at UTSA's announcement ceremony at the Westside Community Center in December 2019. 72% of Bold Promise recipients are first-generation college students.

Nearly 1,000 freshmen admitted into inaugural Bold Promise class

Josh Peck, News Editor October 13, 2020

The Bold Promise program welcomed around 950 students in its first class of freshmen this fall, over 78% of whom identify as Latino or Hispanic. The last-dollar scholarship program provides four years...

Bold Promise of Free Tuition – Paisano Polls

Bold Promise of Free Tuition – Paisano Polls

Jada Teague, Assistant Multimedia Editor March 13, 2020
Beginning in the Fall of 2020, incoming freshmen who qualify will have their tuition and fees completely covered by financial aid for four years. This is President Eighmy’s Bold Promise. Qualifying students must be Texas Residents, have family incomes up to 50,500 dollars, and rank in the top 25% of their high school classes. Students share their thoughts on this free-tuition program.
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Bold Promise or bold scholarship?

Editorial Board January 22, 2020

Beginning in Fall 2020, UTSA’s Bold Promise initiative gurantees full financial aid for tuition and mandatory fees for eight semesters to students who satisfy specific requirements: being an incoming...

Adrian and Jennifer Uribe attend Bold Promise announcement on Dec. 12.

Twins among first impacted by UTSA’s Bold Promise

Breahna Luera, News Editor January 22, 2020

UTSA has recently announced its new Bold Promise program, a program that offers free tuition for eligible incoming freshmen. High school seniors and twins Adrian and Jennifer Uribe will be among the first...

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