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Clay Haverland Appointed UTSA Assistant Vice President for Campus Services

Clay Haverland Appointed The University of Texas at San Antonio announces the promotion of Clay Haverland to Assistant Vice President for Campus Services. Haverland’s UTSA career began in 1993 as a student worker in the Campus Police Department. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice in 1995, he progressed through the Police Department until transferring to the Business Auxiliary department, now known as Campus Services, in 2002. He now directs Campus Services, overseeing essential support services such as dining, parking, transportation, bookstore, vending, and campus ID cards for UTSA’s three campuses with 29,000 students, 4,000 employees, and more than 300,000 visitors each year.

“UTSA is more than a job, it’s a home,” said Haverland. “I'm extremely proud of the accomplishments made by Campus Services since joining the team. We look forward to continuing to expand our partnerships as we further enhance the campus experience.”

“Clay’s commitment to excellent service is evident every day in every way,” said Kathryn Funk-Baxter, Vice President for Business Affairs. “Clay is a true Roadrunner in every way. I imagine he sees nothing but orange and blue when he is dreaming and planning our next creative service.”

Haverland is a member of several professional organizations including the Texas Parking and Transportation Association, International Parking Association and the National Association of Campus Auxiliary Services where he received the designation of Certified Auxiliary Services Professional as part of the group to have pioneered that program. 

Haverland lives the Campus Services’ mission: “…enhancing the campus experience by providing resources designed to support University goals and individual success outside the classroom.” He demonstrates this commitment through his role in the development of the department’s customer service initiatives. His dedication to customer service led to recognition on campus, and he is a sought-after presenter within various professional organizations on this topic.