Posted on May 21, 2021 by Rory Dew

Sunday, May 16 2021 was a day to remember. For the UTSA College of Engineering class of 2021 it was the bookend to a successful, yet unconventional, academic year. While many students were physically present at UTSA for the first time in over a year, the campus was abuzz with a well-earned air of celebration.

UTSA’s College of Engineering hosted graduates and their friends/families in an attendance-capped and socially distant setting across multiple ceremonies. In all, 285 undergraduates, 28 masters students and 10 doctoral students crossed the stage having successfully completed their degree requirements.

“It was great to see our graduates and their families celebrating significant achievements today,” said Dr. JoAnn Browning, Dean of the College of Engineering. “Our students have persevered through unexpected challenges and emerged as capable graduates who’ve demonstrated their ability to adapt to external pressures and thrive in a difficult environment.”

The 2021 ceremony was also a significant milestone for the College of Engineering. After four years, the class of 2021 included the first graduates of UTSA’s chemical engineering program.

UTSA’s College of Engineering congratulates all of our graduates and wishes them the best for their personal and professional futures. Now and forever, you will always be Roadrunners.

— Rory Dew