On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, Daija Coleman took her lunch break to help save a life.
Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos brought his statewide bilingual voting initiative, Vote Texas, to UTRGV’s Edinburg Campus on Oct. 27, to encourage more Texans, especially young people, to cast their ballots.
The development of our founding strategic plan is well underway. This is a campus-wide initiative, and you can follow the progress and provide input and feedback on the strategic planning process website by clicking above.
A varied musical lineup offers something for everyone over the next five days, including OctubaFest, folk songs and poetry from England and Appalachia, Soirée de la Flûte, Haugeberg and Decker on trombone and trumpet, and the Hallo-Flute Concert.
Pumpkins, music, movies, dancing, haunted house, free food and family friendly activities all add up to a week of Halloween fun for the campus community.
Vaqueros Vote, a nonpartisan coalition of UTRGV students, faculty and staff, encourages everyone to participate in the voting process. Early voting is available at sites on campus between October 24 and November 4.
UTRGV's Starr County Upper-Level Center in Rio Grande City offers courses in bilingual education, criminal justice, history, English, and anthropology.
Our 186-acre campus in Edinburg features a new Wellness Center, new residence hall, and a covered walkway that spans the perimeter of campus.
The McAllen Teaching Site offers education and business courses, primarily serving professionals in the city of McAllen.
Harlingen is home to the Regional Academic Health Center and UTRGV's 15,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Smart Hospital and technology complex.
UTRGV's Coastal Studies Lab is located on South Padre Island, serves as our marine biology laboratory, and offers graduate level biology courses.
Our 320-acre campus in Brownsville provides students with state-of-the-art facilities and technology, as well as beautiful architecture and a scenic oxbow lake.