High School Counselors

Welcome to the University of the Incarnate Word

Our goal is to provide important information to future Cardinals, including the counselors and high school administrators who assist them in their college search. As an alumna and proud Cardinal Parent, I am always excited to share the wonderful opportunities that UIW has to offer students seeking an education in a smaller school setting and with a variety of degree options. I understand, in this current time of COVID and hybrid learning, that there are many challenges in getting students information about colleges so I hope that you find what you need on this page designed especially for you. May you have a safe and successful school year! I look forward to welcoming students from your school to the Cardinal community.

Jessica De La Rosa
Director of Admissions

Counselor Showcase

Join faculty, staff and current students from the University of the Incarnate Word at our Counselor Showcase. 

When: Wednesday, Sept. 29

Time: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

The event will include:

  • a faculty speaker
  • a residence life presentation
  • an admissions presentation
  • a UIW student panel
  • an optional campus tour

If you have questions, please contact the   Office of Admissions  at   (210) 829-6005.

REGISTER FOR THE COUNSELOR SHOWCASE

 

Connect your Students

Are you wondering how to connect your students with UIW? We make it easy for you to get information about UIW by offering the following options:


UIW Test Optional Admissions Video

Applying to the University of the Incarnate Word is as easy as one-two-three. No testing requirements, no essays and no application fee required. The UIW Director of Admissions, Jessica De La Rosa, explains the process in this video.

More Videos

How to Apply to UIW

Our admissions counselors explain the UIW application process for you on this video. Visit UIW Admissions for more information.

Health Professions Direct Admit Program

UIW offers direct admit options for highly qualified first-time freshman students that lead to advanced degrees in nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, optometry or osteopathic medicine. Visit the Health Professions website for more information.