News & EVENTSUTSA Downtown campus students including social work students, who are members of Students Raising Children, partnered with La Trínidad United Methodist Church to provide child care for graduate students taking classes in the evening. However, Students Raising Children are lining up funding and seeking to get an exemption to state licensing requirements. All NEWS > Roadrunner Days kicks off the new school year with dozens of campus-wide events. All Events >
Our NASPAA accreditation is a sign of quality a student can rely on. Beyond the rigorous review completed each seven years, the MPA program is continually assessed and students are followed to gain an understanding of their unique view of public service (and their role in it) before and after completing the program.
What follows is an overview of the MPA program itself and of the 2015-2016 graduating class specifically.
Read the MPA Graduate Update; which includes updates on assessment, student demographics, employment after graduation, and student financial support.