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About
One of the leading comprehensive universities in Texas, the University of the Incarnate Word strives to educate men and women to become concerned and enlightened citizens within a global community.Our embrace reflects our belief that your respectful interaction as students of different backgrounds advances the discovery of truth, mutual understanding, self-realization and the common good.Through a liberal education, the University of the Incarnate Word cultivates the development of the whole person and values of life-long learning. To that end, faculty and students support each other in the search for and communication of truth, thoughtful innovation, care of the environment, community service and social justice.Our personal approach to education and hands-on learning experience prepares students for success in their future career. Take the first step towards your future at UIW.

Mission
The University of the Incarnate Word is committed to educational excellence in a context of faith in Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Word of God. Thus, through a liberal education the university cultivates the development of the whole person and values of life-long learning. To that end, faculty and students support each other in the search for and communication of truth, thoughtful innovation, care of the environment, community service and social justiceThe University of the Incarnate Word is a Catholic institution that welcomes to its community persons of diverse backgrounds, in the belief that their respectful interaction advances the discovery of truth, mutual understanding, self-realization and the common good.

Founded in 1881 by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, UIW provides its students with 40 majors, including nuclear medicine, fashion management and music therapy. UIW's average class size is 25. The school went co-ed in 1970 and was recognized as a university in 1996. UIW is a Charter Member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities; it qualifies as a Hispanic-serving institution (HSI) under federal guidelines. The waters of the San Antonio River flow through the campus.

UIW is a leader in international studies. UIW's 5,217 students can leave its 110-acre San Antonio campus to study abroad in any of nearly 100 "sister schools" in 34 countries, spending a semester or longer in countries such as China, Taiwan, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, Chile, Australia, Peru, Italy, New Zealand, Brazil, England, France and Thailand.

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