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Graduate with the skills and purpose needed to face the world's pressing needs.
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Since our founding in 1881 by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, we have challenged our students to think critically, explore curiously and to leverage their God-given talents to make positive impacts on their communities and the world around them.
Your life at UIW will be exciting, challenging, rewarding and above all, transformational. Seize this opportunity and make the most of your college experience.
UIW offers over 90 undergraduate majors, minors, and concentrations, and over 20 graduate and doctoral programs.
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As students continue to take on thousands of dollars in debt to finance their college education, a new study shows students graduating from the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) are taking on one of the lowest debt loads nationwide.
For the first time in 24 years, the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) has welcomed two new Catholic schools, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School and St. Mary Magdalen School, to the Brainpower Connection.
A day of learning about college life turned into a real-life college acceptance for a group of local students who are just entering their senior year of high school.
See how Raquel Kasprzyk, 2018, turned her student portfolio into her first job as Cinematic Animator for Sony Computer Entertainment America in California.Explore 3D/Game Design
Meet Bryan Salvador, 2021, who spent the summer as a student researcher at the Marine Biology Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.Explore Chemistry »