University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla

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Coordinates: 18°30′00″N 67°8′11″W / 18.50000°N 67.13639°W / 18.50000; -67.13639

University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla
UPR at Aguadilla Seal.svg
Established 1972
Type Public
Rector Ivelise Cardona (2010)
Academic staff 160
Students 3,393
Location Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Campus Urban
Colors Blue and Yellow
Nickname CORA
Mascot Shark

The University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla (UPRAG or UPR-Aguadilla) is a state university located in the city of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.

General information[edit]

Located in northwestern Puerto Rico, the University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla (UPRAg) offer Associate and Baccalaureate Degrees among which stand out as being unique in the UPR system:

The UPRAg has cooperation agreements with neighboring industry and business and design courses, programs and projects that respond to changing needs that occur in that region.

It also has academic programs and continuing education activities and programs aimed at high school at night and alternate schedules, as well as a comprehensive platform to offer online courses.


UPRAG has 8 departments. They consist of the following: Humanities, English, Pedagogy, Electronics, Business Administration, Office Systems, Science, and Social Science.

Fine Arts Program[edit]

UPRAg offers three fine arts programs directed by Professor Cesar Santiago located in the Humanities department. The programs include: Choir, Band, and Theatre.

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Campus population[edit]

  • Students: 3,393 (2005)
  • Faculty: 73

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