Don’t Be Afraid to Say “Yes”

Don’t Be Afraid to Say “Yes”

When Yulissa Garza was diagnosed with stomach cancer in August 2018, she admits thinking lifelong ambitions might not be possible. “When you hear the words, ‘You have cancer,’ you don’t consider long-term goals a possibility,” said Garza. A Finance major at A&M-SA who earned her Associate of Art in Teaching from Northwest Vista, Garza had […]

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Flying to New Heights

Flying to New Heights

As a child, Tyler Doty dreamed of becoming a pilot in the military like his grandfather. Little did he know his dream would lead him to Texas A&M-San Antonio. Doty, who is graduating with a Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business, is the first graduate as part of A&M-SA’s Air Force Army Reserve Officer […]

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Texas A&M University-San Antonio Receives $10 Million from Bexar County Toward Athletics Facilities/Fields

Texas A&M University-San Antonio Receives $10 Million from Bexar County Toward Athletics Facilities/Fields

Bexar County commissioners approved a request from Texas A&M University-San Antonio to fund the design and construction of athletics facilities/fields on campus. The $10 million commitment from Bexar County for phase two of Texas A&M University–San Antonio athletic fields will help the University build a multipurpose field and competition track for soccer and other athletic […]

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USAA grant supports access and equity project for first generation students

USAA grant supports access and equity project for first generation students

A $1 million grant from USAA is helping to launch a multi-year program to assist first-generation college students and their parents in navigating the admission process at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.  The La Familia project is a comprehensive program of academic enrichment, family engagement, and scholarships to encourage first-generation students and their families in South […]

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