The Paisano

College readiness raises rates

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Editorial Board and Isaac Serna

April 3, 2018

Raising retention and graduation rates at UTSA is often described as our number one academic priority. It is the measure that identifies how many students are receiving an education and following through with their degree plan on-time. The steps leading up to the undergraduate level contributes immensely...

“Graduation rates are unacceptable”

Sources include: College Scorecard. Tristan Ipock, The Paisano

Isaac Serna

March 29, 2017

The recent shift in leadership following former UTSA President Ricardo Romo’s exit opened the floor to the question: “what is next for the University of Texas at San Antonio?” Acting President Dr. Pedro Reyes has transitioned into his role quickly and has no reservations voicing the challenges UTSA fac...

Is Tier One worth loss of part-time students?

February 3, 2015

Marcus Connolly/ The Paisano As UTSA’s four-year graduation rate continues to improve, the university continues to push toward Tier One status. However, part-time students fear UTSA is losing sight of its original mission of being a regional university. Last year, the four-year gr...