The UTSA Dual Credit Program allows eligible sophomores, juniors, and seniors from high schools across South Texas to earn college credits while still in high school. All Dual Credit coursework counts for both high school and college credit.

Students enrolled in Dual Credit will attend classes on UTSA campuses, earning credits in highly transferable courses. Every participating student will have the opportunity to experience everything a top-tier, four-year university has to offer.

The Dual Credit program works in collaboration with K–12 districts and internal UTSA partners to ensure the success of participating students. Our goal is to not only provide the highest quality Dual Credit courses and experiences for our students but also to ensure they gain the skills necessary to go on to successfully apply, attend, and graduate college.

Abel Gonzales, Ph.D.


Abel Gonzales, Ph.D.

Director, Instructional Outreach Programs

Dual Credit

Eligibility and Partner Districts

UTSA will consider all qualifying Dual Credit students who attend high schools in one of its partner districts.

To be eligible for UTSA Dual Credit, you must:

  • Be a verified student at one of our partner district high schools
  • Be in good academic standing with your current high school
  • Be college-admissible in the subject matter of Dual Credit course(s)
  • Submit qualifying meningitis vaccination documentation

Current District Partners

  • San Antonio Independent School District
  • North East Independent School District
  • Northside Independent School District
  • Harlandale Independent School District
  • Houston Independent School District
  • Valley View Independent School District
  • Geneva School of Boerne

Questions? Contact Us!

Please email Abel Gonzales, Director of Instructional Outreach, with any questions you may have.”