Student Resources and Services
UTSA's Campus Recreation office enhances a student's educational experience by providing opportunities for recreational activities with fellow students. Campus Recreation is located on the 3rd floor of the Durango Building (DB 3.302 and 3.202). . For more information call (210) 458-2735 or visit their website at campusrec.utsa.edu.
University Career Center
University Career Center provides comprehensive career planning, employment, and internships search services to UTSA students and alumni. Students can use the online job bank, Rowdy Jobs, to search for various positions, internships and register for workshops and upcoming events
Both online career and individual career counseling are available to students to help them explore career choices and majors. Counselors also provide guidance in how to conduct an effective job and internship search, mock interviews and resume development.
Career Closet is a new service for students which provides professional attire for a successful interview. “Careers In” workshops are given by professionals who explain how to enter and become successful in various career fields.
Employment recruiting events such as on-campus interviews with employers, employer recruiting tables and career and job fairs are also coordinated by Career Services.
For more information, visit their downtown office on the first floor of the Monterey Building (MNT 1.162), call them at (210) 458-2910, or browse their web site at www.hireroadrunners.com
UTSA's dining services facilities at downtown campus are located on the first floor of the Frio Street Building in the Commons area.
Disability Services coordinates support services for UTSA students with temporary or permanent disabilities to ensure equal access to all educational programs and activities. Services available to students include registration, assistance, test accommodations, volunteer note-takers, recorded text, interpreters for the deaf and assistive technology such as audio enhancement systems and adaptive computers. Disability Services is located on the first floor of the Buena Vista Building. For more information, call (210) 458-2945 or visit their website at www.utsa.edu/disability.
Downtown Undergraduate Advising Center
The UTSA Downtown Undergraduate Advising Center (DTUAC) serves all UTSA majors and classifications. Professional academic advisors will partner with you to help you succeed towards your academic goals. We can assist you with information and clarification about degree requirements; transfer coursework, academic and university policies, registration procedures and much more!
Student Activities Office and Center
Located on the 1st floor of the Durango Building (DB 1.302), the mission of this office is to lay the foundation for student involvement, leadership development, cultural awareness, and community outreach. There are over 200 registered student organizations at UTSA and participation in activities is strongly encouraged.
The Student Center, located on the 1st floor of the Durango Building, offers a place for students to interact with others. Students with a current UTSA ID card can checkout equipment for playing pool, table tennis, playstation, video games, and foosball. Students can also access the RowdyAir WiFi wireless internet connection or just simply relax. The Roadrunner Express Information Desk is open 8am to 6pm Monday through Friday to offer assistance.
For more information, please visit the office (DB 1.302), call (210) 458-2816, or browse the website at: www.utsa.edu/sa.
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Student Computing Lab
The 150-seat Student Computing Lab is located on the second floor of the Frio Street Building. Facility hardware includes Windows, Unix, and Macintosh stations and over 70 software applications. The lab also features full Internet access and scanning capacity equipment. For more information about services available and operating hours, visit the student computing facility web site.
Campus Technology Store (Downtown Location)
The Campus Technology Store (Downtown location) is on the first floor of the Durango Building. Software for home or personal use is available at this location or online at http://www.campustechnologystore.com/. UTSA has agreements with several software venders to sell software to students, faculty, and staff at greatly reduced prices. Please visit their Web site for more information.
Faculty and staff should also visit the The Office of Information Technology software sales and licensing page for a variety of software titles to UTSA faculty and staff members. Software available through OIT's software licensing office is for university use only.
Tomas Rivera Center for Student Success (TRC)
Housed in the Durango Building (DB 2.114), the Tomas Rivera Center for Student Success provides comprehensive academic advising services and support programs for undecided and provisionally admitted students. The center also focuses on improving academic skills and retention rates for all UTSA students. It offers tutoring, Supplemental Instruction and study skills workshops. In addition, the Access College and Excel (ACE) Scholars Program is housed at the TRC, as is non-course based developmental instruction in reading, writing, and mathematics. To learn more about these services call (210) 458-2838, or browse their website at www.utsa.edu/trcss.
Student Health Services and Student Counseling Services
The Health and Counseling Center located in the Buena Vista Street Building (BV 1.308) offers medical and counseling assistance.
Student Health Services provides medical care and wellness programs to currently-registered students. Clinic visits are on a walk-in basis for general medical care and you will be initially triaged by a nurse. Appointments are scheduled for immunizations, lab work, or to see a medical provider (this is scheduled by the nurse). We also offer Women's Health Services.
Student Counseling Services offers appointments with a licensed counselor and a variety of other professional services including individual counseling, psychotherapy, relationship counseling and group counseling.
The University Bookstore offers a full line of new and used textbooks, reference books, school and office supplies, academically-priced software, clothing and gift items, greeting cards, snacks, drinks, and sundries. The University Bookstore buys textbooks year-round at competitive prices. The Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Buena Vista Street Building (BV 1.342). For more information call (210) 458-2865.
The UTSACard is the official university identification and debit card. Students can deposit money into their account at Fiscal Services and use the card to purchase items at Dining Services, the University Bookstore and at campus copiers. You may visit the office that is located adjacent to Fiscal Services on the first floor of the Frio Street Building (FS 1.506) or call (210) 458-2965.