Explore all scholarship possibilities within the College of Public Policy. 


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Student Affairs

Offers and administers the services of Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment Services, Registrar, Student Life, Student Services, and Athletics.

The Tomás Rivera Center

The Tomás Rivera Center for Student Success (TRC) is an academic support unit dedicated to providing services that will promote student success. 

Undergraduate Catalog

The UTSA Undergraduate Catalog provides information about degrees offered by the undergraduate departments and lists the faculty. The chapter for each college describes the degree requirements for all majors offered by the college and lists the college’s undergraduate courses.



Faculty positions

The College of Public Policy invites applicants for faculty positions in each department.

Distinguished Visiting Professor in Public Policy

The College of Public Policy seeks applications and nominations for the Distinguished Visiting Professor in Public Policy for the 2014-15 academic year. Click here for the Job Description.

Dean's Lecture Series

The UTSA College of Public Policy contributes to policy dialogue in San Antonio through its Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series featuring prominent, nationally renowned speakers who address major public policy issues.






Contributions to COPP provide funds for student scholarships, research fellowships, faculty research support and are instrumental in creating new programs. Such capabilities benefit our students and the general public, support endowed chairs, and are a vital source of funds to benefit academic and research related programs.

The Graduate School


UTSA is the second-largest institution in the University of Texas System and has been one of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for the last decade.

Graduate School Inquiry Form

Prospective students interested in learning more about the College of Public Policy graduate programs may fill out the inquiry form above to receive information specific to your program of interest.

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