The Institute for P-20 Initiatives conducts Roadrunner for a Day, UTSA campus tours for elementary and middle school students.
This program provides elementary and middle school students with an opportunity to tour the UTSA Campus, talk to college students, and learn about the importance of higher education. Through the Roadrunner for a Day program, the P-20 Institute aims to inspire, engage, and assist the participating students in their pursuit of higher education goals.
May Roadrunner for a Day at the UTSA Main Campus will be conducted May 15th- May 26th, for up to 50 students. Please register for an available date on the Roadrunner for a Day Registration Page.
- Roadrunner for a Day Spring tours through April are filled.
- Roadrunner for a Day and self-guided tours are discouraged during UTSA final exams, May 1st- May 12th.
- May tours are available through the Roadrunner for a Day Registration page, https://utsaroadrunnerforaday.eventbrite.com/.
- Summer Roadrunner for a Day, in June and July, will be available to request mid-April.
- Fall 2017 tours will be available to reserve Sept. 11, 2017.
For additional information about the P-20 Institute Roadrunner for a Day program, please see the FAQ.
- If an elementary or a middle school is unable to join us during our scheduled Roadrunner for a Day time, please feel free to experience UTSA through a Self-Guided Tour. Self-guided tours are discouraged during UTSA final exams, May 1st- May 12th. A scavenger hunt and parking information can be requested from P-20 Senior Program Coordinator, Lara Crouch.
- High school students can request tours through UTSA Admissions' Welcome Center.