Where in the world?

A graphic showing how many alumni reside in each state in the U.S.

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Nursing is a significant component of the largest academic research institution in South Texas. In addition to acquiring $98 million in national, state and local funding over the past eight years for nurse-led harm reduction and substance use disorder recovery programs and research, the school’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program ranks in the top 5% of all BSN programs nationally, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022–2023 Best Colleges rankings.

  • A pull-out graphic of Texas alumni.More than 13,000 alumni have received degrees since 1969.*
  • 90% of graduates are employed upon graduation.
  • 19% of nursing students are male.
  • More than 70% of students are represented in the following groups: Hispanic, African American, Asian and other groups.
  • Since fall 2005, the School of Nursing has offered more than $12 million in meritand need-based scholarships to over 4,000 students.
  • Student nurses receive their clinical training through collaborations with more than 400 affiliates.
  • The School of Nursing’s clinical program, Wellness 360, provides comprehensive primary care for adult and pediatric patients — including specialized care such as behavioral health, nutrition counseling and occupational health —for employees, students and families.

* Although more than 13,000 alumni have received degrees from the School of Nursing, current locations are not known for all of those still living.

** Atascosa, Bandera, Boerne, Bulverde, Canyon Lake, Castroville, Cibolo, Comfort, Devine, Dilley, Fair Oaks Ranch, Floresville, Garden Ridge, Helotes, Kerrville, La Coste, Lakehills, La Vernia, Lytle, Marion, Medina, Mico, Natalia, New Braunfels, Pearsall, Pipe Creek, Pleasanton, Rio Medina, Schertz, Seguin and Spring Branch.



UT Health San Antonio nursing alumni living in locations outside the United States include 59 serving in the Armed Forces Europe and 35 serving in the Armed Forces Pacific.


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