The Family Association would like everyone to save the date for this year's Diploma Dash on Saturday, February 24th. April Ancira will be this year's emcee with special guest President Eighmy and Finbarr, the "First Pup," along with Rowdy and SOSA! This is a great family fun event that helps support the UTSA Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. If you would like more information visit the Diploma Dash page to sign up.
VOZ, Selections from the UTSA Art Collection is a new exhibit of 222 pieces created by Latino and Latina artists. Curated by Arturo Infante Almeida, Art Specialist and Curator for the UTSA Art Collection, the exhibit is one of the largest ever of its type. It is part of the city's 300th Anniversary celebration.
The exhibit will be held at the Centro de Artes Gallery, 102 S. Santa Rosa, San Antonio, (210)-206-ARTS.
Join us for the Opening Reception on Thursday, February 8, 2018, 6-9 pm. Then come back and enjoy the exhibit during gallery hours (11am to 6pm) every day except Monday through June 10. The opening reception and the exhibit itself are free and open to the public.
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This year the Family Association along with the Parent Council awarded seven programs small grants to help students across campus:
Each year the Family Association along with the Parent Council announces a call for grant proposals to the UTSA Family Fund. The Parent Council along with UTSA Student Affairs staff review the applications and make selections. The Family Fund grant awarding philosophy is to provide support on a one-time basis to programs and services that will benefit as many current students as possible, fill real and immediate needs, and to create a community on campus.
UTSA's One Stop Office is a student's go-to resource for resolving issues related to enrolling and paying for UTSA. Whether it's checking their admission or financial aid status, submitting required paperwork or giving advice on unexpected hang-ups, One Stop is here to help! And the best part? Our One Stop Counselors can be reached via a number of ways-whatever is most convenient for you and your Roadrunner.
At times, nothing beats old-fashioned face-to-face. All your questions can be answered at our Main Campus office in the John Peace Library (JPL 1.01.04). Our Downtown Campus location at the Frio Street Building (FS 1.500) also serves as a place to drop off paperwork and receive answers to general questions.
Does your student have a question about financial aid or an issue with registration, like resetting a passphrase? Feel free to have them call us during our regular business hours, which are listed on our One Stop Website. Our local number is 210-458-8000 and toll free is 1-800-669-0919.
If your student's question doesn't require an immediate response, they can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll typically respond within three to five business days. Please note, in order to get an account-specific response, emails will need to be sent from a student's preferred email account as designated in ASAP.
Ask Rowdy is a comprehensive FAQ database that you or your student can access anytime online to get answers to general questions.
Want to stay up-to-date on important enrollment information or find the answer to a quick question? One of the best ways you or your student can reach us is through our @UTSAOneStop social media channels.
Family Association Membership is free, and members receive: