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About San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas, the seventh largest city in the United States, and the home of the Alamo, is ideally located a short distance from the Texas hill country and the beautiful gulf coast. Our city enjoys a very diversified economy, with industries ranging from medical and healthcare to financial services to energy. We are the home of several of our nation's largest military bases; Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base. Residents of San Antonio enjoy an overall cost-of-living that is much lower than in other parts of the country and even other areas of Texas.

The annual average temperature in San Antonio and the surrounding area is 68.6 degrees, with the warmest temperatures in July. In the winter, we average 20 days or less of temperatures below 32 degrees. The great weather conditions mean more flying days per year, so you can complete your classes more quickly and at less expense!

You will have fun in San Antonio! It is a very popular tourist destination. The River Walk, the Tower of the Americas, the annual Fiesta, the Rodeo and the Holiday River Parade are just a few of the well-known attractions and events. Families also enjoy Fiesta Texas (a Six Flags Theme Park), Sea World, the Spurs (winners of four NBA championships), as well as professional hockey and baseball.

We have found San Antonio to be a great place to live, work and raise our families. To learn more about San Antonio, explore the website of The Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, which provides a wealth of information.