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About University of Incarnate World
With a student-to-faculty classroom ratio of 14:1, UIW is a wireless campus that provides students with an environment that encourages excellence in academics. As part of its international efforts, UIW has agreements for reciprocal education with 123 universities in 40 countries. It also operates academic sites in Mexico City, Mexico, and Heidelberg, Germany.
UIW's well tended grounds, trees, blooming flowers, and classic architecture, provide a comfortable environment to study, think, and just hang out with friends. Students can enjoy a meal with new friends at one of UIW's four great on-campus dining locations. Marian Hall Café, Hortencia's Café, Java on the Hill, and Finnegan's Coffee Shop feature a wide variety of hot meals, pizza, soups, sandwiches, desserts, and even Chick-Fil-A and Starbucks Coffee. Students can use cash, credit cards, or even purchase a meal plan that can be used at any of the on-campus dining locations.
University of the Incarnate Word is located near the heart of downtown San Antonio in the beautiful Alamo Heights area. Brackenridge Park, the San Antonio Zoo, Japanese Tea Gardens, Witte Museum of History and Natural Science, and the McNay Art Museum are all close by.
The beautiful 154-acre campus itself is an academic oasis for learning and growth. Students enjoy the picturesque campus adorned with oak and pecan trees, and the headwaters of the San Antonio River, a natural spring at the heart of the UIW Main Campus. The waters of the San Antonio River flow through University of the Incarnate Word as well.
On-campus housing is a very popular option, especially among first-year students. As soon as you are a confirmed student, you are encouraged to submit your housing application. Priority for room selection will be based on the date your housing deposit is received.
Some residence halls are more popular with returning students than others, so the number of available spaces for new students will vary by hall. For upper-class housing, returning residence hall students will have priority in the room assignment process. First year students will have the opportunity to select their room during the application process. Any students who have applied for housing, but miss the opportunity for room selection, will have their room assigned by the Office of Residence Life according to room availability and the room preferences designated on the housing application.
If you prefer to live with a specific person, please search for them by screen name during the Roommate Selection Step of the housing application process. Roommates may need to be broken up if there are no rooms available to accommodate the request.
*Please note that a room cannot be selected in the housing application process until the $225 housing deposit has been received and proof of the meningitis immunization has been submitted.
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