Founded in 1914, over the past 100 years, UTEP has become one of the important campuses in the University of Texas (UT) system. With ~ 30,000 students, UTEP was ranked among the best 10 universities by Washington Monthly magazine in 2013 for its social engagement. UTEP is one of the fastest growing research institutions and an R1 institute in US. With multi-cultural community and unique scenic views, the beautiful UTEP campus is residing at the southern hillside of Franklin Mountain (the most southern tip of Rocky Mountain) overlooking the Rio Grande river, with Ciudad Juárez in view across the Mexico–United States border. El Paso (from Spanish, "The Pass") located at the western most tip of the state of Texas and on the border with Mexico and New Mexico, forming a combined international metropolitan area of over 2.7 million people constitutes the largest bilingual and binational work force in the Western Hemisphere. The city of El Paso is ranked as one of the safest cities of its size for multiple times and the number 6 for the city with lowest cost of living in the U.S in 2021, which make it among the Best Places to Live in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report rankings.
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