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University of the Incarnate Word (UIW)

Be the Word in the World

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.

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Undergraduate, Graduate, Adult Education

Academics at UIW

UIW offers over 90 undergraduate majors, minors, and concentrations, and over 20 graduate and doctoral programs.
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Adult Education

The School of Professional Studies offers undergraduate and graduate accelerated degree programs with a curriculum designed to respond specifically to the needs of the lifestyle of an adult student.
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UIW Happenings

  • UIW students celebrating commencement with confetti

    On Saturday, May 11, University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) President Thomas M. Evans conferred degrees to 1,138 professional, doctoral, graduate, undergraduate and associate-level students at the Spring commencement ceremony held at Freeman Coliseum.

  • Ariel view of the University of the Incarnate Word campus

    In a move that promises to usher transformational growth to the University of the Incarnate Word, a bid from the University to purchase the current AT&T office building located next to UIW has been accepted by the telecom company.

  • Outside of the Kelso Art Center on the campus of the University of the Incarnate Word

    The Betty Stieren Kelso Foundation has presented a $1 million gift to the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) to establish the Betty Stieren Kelso Endowed Scholarship for Fine Arts.

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San Antonio Rising

Enjoy UIW’s 154-acre campus close to downtown San Antonio, one of America’s strongest job producing economies.

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