Comparing First Graduates to Most Recent Alumni

A comparison: 1970 Graduates to 2018 Graduates

Since its doors opened to students in 1968, much has changed at the school originally named The University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio. Profound  differences can been seen in the demographics of the graduates and in the cost of tuition.
Number of Graduates; 1970 - 33; 2018 - 206Gender - 1970 - 3 Female; 30 Male; 2018 - 93 Female; 113 - MaleEthnicity - 1970 - 1 African American; 32 White; 2018 - 13 African American; 21 Asian; 38 Hispanic; 119 White; 5 Two or More RacesAge - 1970 - 20-25 Year Olds 10; 26-30 Year Olds 22; 31-35 Year Olds 1; 36 and Older 0; 2018 - 20-25 Year Olds 5; 26-30 Year Olds 178; 31-35 Year Olds 16; 36 and Older 7Home State - 1970 - 33 In State; 0 Out of State; 2018 - 182 In State; 24 Out of StateAcademic Year Tuition & Fees - 1970 - Resident $757; Non-Resident $1,257; 2018 - Resident $22,257; Non-Resident $37,385


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In the 2018 issue of Future

Future is the official magazine of the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Read and share inspiring stories highlighting our medical alumni, faculty and students who are revolutionizing education, research, patient care and critical services in the communities they serve.

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