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Benefits & Non-Benefits Eligible

New employee orientation and processing for Benefits and Non-Benefits eligible employees.

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New Employee Resources

Welcome to UTSA!

Here you will find documents and website links especially helpful for new employees. Click on the link to the right to explore. Again, welcome! We are glad you are here.

UTSA Benefits


Welcome!  The University Benefits Office administers the benefits programs for all active and retired faculty, staff, and students at The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Employee Compensation


The Compensation Office is committed to attracting and retaining a qualified, motivated, diverse workforce that meets the standards of service and excellence required by the University.

Employee Relations

Employee Relations

The Employee Relations Office is dedicated to serve the University community by providing fair and equitable services in accordance with University policies and procedures and State/Federal laws and guidelines.

Employee Resources

Employee Resources

Employee Resources offers opportunities to participate and/or utilize non-traditional benefit programs.

Employee Services

Employee Services

Employee Services includes employee self-service, updating, verifying and reviewing employment records.

Leave Administration

Leave Administration

Employee Leave Administration assists both employees and departments in understanding the various paid and unpaid leave options that the University offers.

Training and Development

Training and Development

The mission of the UTSA Training & Development Department is to provide high quality services to meet our customer's needs. We facilitate professional and personal excellence, enhance organizational effectiveness, and contribute to the current and future success of the UTSA community.


Workplace Safety & Wellness

Workplace Safety & Wellness provides services for faculty, staff, and students regarding workplace safety, occupational health, and employee wellness.

Updated: October 2019