A great number of resources are available to students within the Department of Philosophy and Classics, both internal and external to the university -- many of them on-line, as well.
The American Philological Association (APA), founded in 1869 by "professors, friends, and patrons of linguistic science," is now the principal learned society in North America for the study of ancient Greek and Roman languages, literatures, and civilizations.
The Classical Association of the Middle West and South is a professional organization for classicists and non-classicists at all levels of instruction which promotes the Classics through the broad scope of its annual meeting, through the publication of both original research and pedagogical contributions in the Classical Journal, and through its awards, scholarships, and outreach initiatives.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is North America's oldest and largest organization devoted to the world of archaeology.
The Perseus Project is an on-line collection that covers the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world. The searchable database includes classical texts in the original Greek and Latin as well as in translation; Greek and Latin dictionaries; lexical tools; and images of ancient art and architecture.
Developed for the Classical Mythology course at the University of California, Berkeley, GreekMyth.org is a site devoted to the study of ancient Greek mythology, and provides reliable material on almost every aspect of Greek myth.
L'Année philologique is an on-line bibliographical database published by the Société Internationale de Bibliographie Classique with the American Philological Association and the Database of Classical Bibliography. It contains bibliographical information for most of the major scholarly journals in the field of Classical Studies.
Number of awards and amounts vary. Must have graduated in the top 50 percent of high school class and have a minimum 2.5 GPA or have earned a 2.5 GPA in college or university work. Must be enrolled full time (minimum of 12 credit hours) as an undergraduate actively pursuing a degree in humanities. Must be resident of Bexar County, Texas.» Application
One or more awards; amount varies; both undergraduate and graduate students may be awarded. Must be actively pursuing a degree in the Department of Philosophy and Classics as a Humanities major. Undergraduate applicants must have completed at least 60 hours of college credit at the time of application. Must be enrolled full time (minimum 12 credit hours for undergraduates or 9 credit hours for graduate students enrolled in the English master's or doctoral program) during the academic year in which the award is received. Must have and maintain a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA with a declared major in Humanities.» Application
This scholarship is given in memory of Dr. Arthur "Ron" Miller, a professor of Philosophy at UTSA for 31 years before he passed away on August 5, 2006, at the age of 57. The scholarship is open to undergraduate student(s) actively pursuing a philosophy degree in the Department of Philosophy and Classics. Candidates must have a 3.0 GPA; be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours per semester) while holding the scholarship; provide a letter of recommendation from a UTSA faculty member.» Application