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Student Life at UTEP

Live, Learn and Grow at UTEP

Live, Learn and Grow at UTEP

We know our student body is as unique as our Bhutanese-inspired buildings, and we reflect this in our 21st century student demographic.

What students learn outside the classroom is just as important as what they learn inside the classroom.

We invite you to explore the many options to immerse yourself and become involved in student life at UTEP.

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Student Involvement

Student Involvement

From clubs and organizations to student government, come find your civic and community voice at UTEP.

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Events

Events, Shows, Theater

With many venues on campus, you’ll find concerts, performances, shows and speakers almost every week.

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Employment

Jobs & Internships

Explore the many opportunities for on-campus employment, internships and professional jobs.

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Research

Research

UTEP’s goal is to spend $100 million on research every year. You will find opportunities to work with top-tier faculty on a variety of interesting projects.

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Athletics

Athletics & Recreation

Whether you watch a live sporting event or participate in one, you’ll find your own way to say, “Go Miners!”

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Housing and Dining

Housing & Dining

Make UTEP your home away from home by exploring all of our housing and dining options.

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Traditions

Traditions

From bean feeds to wearing bright orange, there are plenty of Miner traditions to “pick” from.

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Community Service

Community Service

More than 5,500 students contributed about 467,000 hours with a total estimated value of $10.2 million. That’s a lot of giving. Join in.

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The safety of students at UTEP is very important to us. The Office of Student Life works closely with campus and community partners to provide a number of services to assist students and, in some cases, their families and friends during an emergency or crisis situation. Learn more »

The University of Texas at El Paso will be one hundred years old in 2014. Over the past century, each of us—students, staff, and faculty—have brought our dreams to this University and worked together to achieve them. Learn more »