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COLFA Advising Center

Main Campus

  • Office: Multidisciplinary Studies Building (MS) 4.01.50
  • Phone: (210) 458-4900
  • Fax: (210) 458-4901
  • Email: colfaadvising@utsa.edu

Downtown Campus

  • Office: Buena Vista Street Building (BV) 1.306
  • Phone: (210) 458-2550
  • Email: dtadvising@utsa.edu

Welcome

You have many interests—politics and poetry, history and humanities. You’re on your way to becoming a learned individual, moving comfortably among different intellectual domains and yielding, on occasion, to raw curiosity and the desire for self-expression. You can now begin that journey in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.

Main Office: MH 4.01.23

Phone: (210) 458-4350

Fax: (210) 458-4347

  • University of Texas at San Antonio
  • College of Liberal and Fine Arts
  • One UTSA Circle
  • San Antonio, TX 78249-1644

Spotlight

Students Ashley Elizondo, Tessa Gregory, and Aaron Johns were the winners of this year's Roadrunner Days contest drawing for a free Kindle Fire HD! Learn More

Kasandra Keeling was awarded the 2014 American Prize for Piano Performance in the Concerto Division. Learn more

Rhonda M. Gonzales was named an American Council on Education Fellow for 2014–2015. Learn more

Dr. Kristen Pellegrino received the highly prestigious AERA Outstanding Early Career Award. Learn more

Drs. Christopher Ellison and Gabriel Acevedo discuss the effects of religiosity on health on Texas Public Radio. Learn more

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