Please contact Dena Bruedigam at 210-458-4377 if you are interested in a TA position.
Qualified applicants must:
Have completed 18 hours of graduate work in Spanish
Be in good academic standing
Be enrolled for at least 6 hours for Spring 2016 (an exception can sometimes be made for students in their final semester)
Return completed application forms to McKinney room 4.01.06 in hard copy or via email to the department chair's office.
Scholarships are occasionally offered to students in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts. Details can be found here.
Academic and need-based scholarships are offered for qualified first-time incoming freshmen, college transfers, and currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarship amounts range from $500 to $15,000. For more information, visit the UTSA Scholarship Office.
Paying for your college education can be a challenge so be sure to seek assistance from the UTSA Financial Aid Office.
The Financial Aid Office administers federal, state and institutional funds such as grants, loans, work-study and scholarships. To apply for these funds, students must complete the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the applicable aid year..