The University of Texas at El Paso is a strongly multicultural institution, with a great variety of educational offerings. UTEP’s geographic location on the border of the U.S. and Mexico offers students the opportunity to experience and live in the world’s largest bi-national metropolitan area, unlike any other university setting. Due to its strong ties to Bhutan, UTEP is characterized by a remarkable architectural history offering students, faculty and staff a unique chance to experience its Bhutanese origins and beauty.
Main CampusEl Paso, Texas, United States Campus Website20,000+ on Campus250,000+ residents in El PasoLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
El Paso is in West Texas, directly on the border with Mexico and 40 miles from Las Cruces, New Mexico. With a population of almost 650,000, the city still retains a quiet, calm pace of life and has been ranked one of the safest cities in the U.S. The area is mountainous, and perfect for hiking. The weather is moderate with close to 300 days of sunshine a year. To learn more about El Paso, please visit the website for the city.