Celebrate the Grand Opening of San Pedro I

The university’s new home for the School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center will set UTSA and San Antonio apart as a pioneers in big data,  cybersecurity, cloud computing and artificial intelligence.

An Extraordinary Ecosystem in the heart of San Antonio's Tech Corridor

San Pedro I represents UTSA’s commitment to nurturing innovation, connecting students and faculty with industry partners to grow San Antonio’s workforce and develop solutions for society’s grand challenges

The first of its kind in Texas, UTSA’s new school answers the national call for a highly skilled workforce to fill growing needs in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, big data and data analytics.

About the School of Data Science

A powerful ecosystem where government, industry and academia partners join forces to tackle the nation’s greatest cybersecurity threats.

About NSCC

Positioning the United States for global leadership in cyber innovation to secure supply chains and manufacturing.

About Cymanii

Weston Conference Center

Located on the first floor, the Weston Conference Center is a flexible meeting and presentation space for hosting events, lectures, industry gatherings and much more.

The Eatery at UTSA

With picturesque patio seating along the creek and sidewalk access to the public via Delarosa Street, The Eatery features chef-inspired menus that provide healthy, authentic and ethnically diverse food options to the occupants of San Pedro I and the San Antonio community.

What is The Eatery?


Among the artwork gracing the walls and grounds of San Pedro I includes a striking sculpture by artist Fletcher Benton, as well as two murals by local artists that connect the culture of San Antonio with technological innovation.

About the art at San Pedro I

Just as San Pedro Creek once connected our city’s earliest inhabitants, the initiatives housed in San Pedro I will connect the university’s research and academic programs with the workforce development that is crucial to the continued economic vitality of San Antonio.

– Kimberly Andrews Espy, UTSA Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Take a Look Around

Join President Taylor Eighmy and other UTSA leaders as they take you on a tour of this state-of-the art building.