University Of Texas At El Paso
History and Origin
The Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy opened in 1914. Then, it became the Texas western College in 1949 and in 1967, it became The University of Texas at El Paso. There is still one mineshaft that stands today from the Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy.
UTEP is the largest university in the U.S. with 23,079 (19,817 undergraduate and 3,262 graduate) students enrolling in Fall 2014. The majority of UTEP is Mexican-American (70%).
The University is divided in to seven colleges that all include undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degree programs. In total, UTEP offers 71 undergraduate degrees, 76 master's- level degrees, and 20 doctoral degrees.
UTEP also has a significant athletic history. It was the first college in the Southern states of the U.S. to integrate its intercollegiate sports programs. It is also the only university to win a NCAA Men's basketball Championship. This was achieved in 1966. Glory Road, the movie, tells the story of how they got there.
Percent of Applicants Admitted:
- SAT Math: 422/530
- SAT Critical Reading: 380/500
- ACT Math:17/23
- ACT Composite:17/22
- ACT English:17/23
Minerpalooza is the biggest pep-rally at UTEP. There are activity booths, live music, Pete's Playground for the little kids.
Costs and Tuition
Degree Plan: Registered Nurse
Career Description and Requirements:
A registered nurse provides and helps with patient care along with educating patients about illnesses or diseases.
- $65,470 per year
- $31.48 per hour (median pay)
This career is in high demand and the number if nurses in the country is growing rapidly.
- Care for sick patients
- read lab and test results correctly
- educate patients
- record symptoms, medical histories, and observations
- consult with physicians or healthcare professionals
- registered nurses must have a nursing license.
Ms. Sandra Rivera
Sierra Providence Eastside Hospital
3280 Joe Battle Blvd
May 19, 2015
Dear Ms. Sandra Rivera,
I am writing to you for a chance for an interview for a position as a registered nurse. I have a bachelor's degree for Science in Nursing from the University of Texas at El Paso. I graduated in the year 2021 with a 4.0 GPA.
I am great with achieving patient satisfaction. I will not talk back to a patient or argue with him/her is they become difficult. I step in when I see that my co-workers need help. I will also give one hundred percent in my work each and every time.
It would be an amazing opportunity to be apart of your hospital. I know I would excel with every patient and every task given. Thank you for considering me for the position of a registered nurse at your hospital.
1567 Small Road
El Paso, Texas 79938
Letter of Recommendation
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing this letter to assure whoever reads this that Stephanie Marie Granados is an excellent and caring student. I strongly recommend Ms. Granados for the position of a Registered Nurse at your hospital. Stephanie has a passion for not only medicine but people as well. She exhibits the characteristics of a person who will devote their lives to caring and helping patients.
She spends the majority of her time not only caring for her family, but also volunteering to care for others. Stephanie is an adventurous girl and is always up for any task. She is an excellent learner and can adapt to your clinic quickly and excel in whichever job you leave her with.
Stephanie is not only a leader but can also work well with others. One thing you most certainly not have to deal with is her ability to work with her peers. She is very friendly. Especially, if that means having the opportunity to save the lives of people. She is striving to get a head start in her career and wishes to do so at your hospital.
Life Sciences Professor
University of Texas at El Paso
500 W University Ave
El Paso, TX 79968
Stephanie Marie Granados
15654 Small Road El Paso, Texas 79926
T: (555)555-777-666 F: (555)555-444-333 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to receive a position for a registered nurse for your hospital to help patients heal quickly and happily.
I have had experience as an intern for Del Sol Medical Center for two years. While there, I learned many valuable skills that I would not have been able to
Bachelor's Degree [May 2022]
I have a Bachelor’s degree in the Science of Nursing and I graduated with a GPA of 4.0
High School Diploma [May 2018]
I graduated Pebble Hills High School in May 2018. I was at the top 10% of my class with straight As.
- Hard Worker
- Open minded
- Polite and respectful to others
- Technologically Advanced
- Great Communication Skills
- Great team worker
National Honors Society
"The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others"(Albert Schweitzer). I have always believed that if you can help someone, then help them because there's a chance that nobody will. I deserve to attend the university of my choice because I want to help others in the future, I am a hard worker, and I want to continue learning about what I love.
Ever since I was little I was the "teacher's pet". I always asked if he or she needed help or if I could do anything for them. I didn't mind being called the "teacher's pet" because I knew that I was making someone happy. The little things do count, but I want to do more. I want to attend a great nursing college that will let me study what I love and help others at the same time.
I am a hard worker and I know that I need to have high grades to get into college. I will work hard and long to achieve my goals. I will put as much effort as I can into my work and as long as I can do that, I believe I should get into my college of choice. Any college that has hardworking students will look great because they have the people that are committed to their future.
I have always loved science ever since I can remember. What organisms are made of and how we can survive intrigues me. I alway want to know how how something works, how to fix it, and why it's important. Most ten year olds watch cartoons and shows on Disney Channel or Nickelodeon, but I was always watching shows on the world's deadliest animals and how the people were treated after being attacked. I was never repulsed by how ugly the wounds were. I just felt curiosity. I wanted to know what was broken or torn and if the person got help.
In conclusion, I believe that I should go to the university of my choice because I want to help the sick or wounded in the future. I would work hard in order to be the best that I can be and I would be doing something that I love almost every day.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Registered Nurses,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/registered-nurses.htm (visited May 21, 2015).