Data on Hispanic Student Success

Retention & Graduation Rates

UTSA’s six-year graduation rates are improving across the board for all Roadrunners, including a 15.4% increase for Hispanic students. Hispanic student retention rates have increased by 5.1% over the last five years.


Increase in the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanic graduates 2015-16 to 2019-20Compared to a 27% increase in overall degrees awarded

Degree Completion

The number of degrees conferred to Hispanic students has increased steadily over the past decade.


Honors College Students Identify as Hispanic or LatinoFall 2019


Doctoral Students Identify as Hispanic or LatinoFall 2019

Degree Fields

The following programs have the largest number of students who identify as Hispanic or Latino.

Fall 2019

STEM Degrees awarded to students who identify as Hispanic or Latino (2018-2019)

Undergraduate Programs

  1. Biology
  2. Psychology
  3. Undeclared
  4. Management
  5. Criminal Justice

Masters Programs

  1. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  2. Business
  3. Social Work
  4. Public Administration
  5. Educational Leadership

Doctoral Programs

  1. Educational Leadership
  2. Culture, Literacy, & Language
  3. Interdisciplinary Learning & Teaching
  4. Applied Demography
  5. Chemistry





Decrease in Hispanic Student Debt2015-16 to 2019-20