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Center for Recovery Meeting Room

Who We Are

We welcome students in all different stages of recovery to join our community.

Recovery Roadrunners gold coin in hand

Support Us

There are many ways you can support our work with students in recovery.

Office Hours, Spring 2015

Unless otherwise noted, all appointments & meetings are at the CCR (Main Campus, RWC 1.808).


9am - 12 Noon Appointments
12-1:30pm BYOL Lunch Hour: Student-led
Open Discussion
1:30pm - 5pm Open Center


9am - 12 Noon Appointments
1pm - 5:30pm Open Center


9am - 12 Noon Appointments
1pm - 4:30pm Open Center
5pm - 6pm CCR Weekly Check-In


9:30am - 5pm Appointments as scheduled (Downtown - Buena Vista Building 1.308)


9am - 12 Noon Appointments (Main Campus)
1pm - 5:00pm Open Center (Main Campus)
7pm - Young People’s AA meeting (public) (Downtown, Durango Building - Southwest Room 1.124B.)
(Parking available in UTSA lot D-3.)

Upcoming Events

Jan 28

CCR Monthly Coin Night, RWC 1.808

Feb 18

6-7:30pm - Changing the Conversation Series: Clayton's Story & CCR Scholarships awarded, RWC 1.806

Mar 7

CCR Family Day

Our mission is to provide a safe environment where students in recovery or interested in recovery can excel in college while developing meaningful relationships with others pursuing a sober lifestyle.

We support students through personal development and peer to peer support, education on the disease of addiction and recovery, collaboration with academic and student resources and advocacy for individuals in recovery pursuing academic goals.

Our purpose is to be an integral piece of support for students as they strive to complete their studies at The University of Texas at San Antonio.


CCR Needs Your Support — Donate Online

As a new program with modest seed funding from the UT Board of Regents, we do not (yet) receive sustaining funds from UTSA.

Instead, we offer a variety of ways to support our work, including the ability to donate online.

Either way, your financial contribution can have a big impact on the success of these courageous students committed to their own recovery.

So, whether it's $25, $100, $250 or more, we've made it easy for you to donate online. Please contact us with any questions or innovative support strategies.