As part of UTSA Homecoming Week, students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to volunteer for Roadrunners Give Back, the official UTSA Homecoming service project. This annual event engages UTSA students to participate in a range of projects to help beautify the UTSA Main Campus in the Fall semester.
The OXFAM Hunger Banquet is an experiential dinner, where participants eat a meal based on the class/status that they draw on their way in the door. Participants have the opportunity to learn about global hunger issues, and participate in group discussion about the causes and realities of hunger.
The drop off location is a large cardboard container in front of the bookstore next the the stairs on the UC. Contact our office with any questions.
Non-Profit community partners come to UTSA to inform our students, faculty, and staff about opportunities to get involved with volunteer work.
Every year VOICES partners up with the Family Service Association to participates in their annual Adopt-A-Family Program. The annual Adopt-A-Family Program requires small and large volunteer groups. Approximately 500 families are adopted annually, and all are overwhelmed with the support and commitment of the community to make sure their holidays were safe, cheerful and stress-free. Families receive basic, essential, household items, including pots and pans, bed sheets, kitchenware, and even beds and bed frames, as well as clothing, toys and food boxes from generous families, corporations, churches, schools, and individuals throughout the city of San Antonio.
Volunteer Services will recognize one outstanding student volunteer per year. The UTSA Student Volunteer of the Year Award was created to honor an outstanding student for their time, effort and personal commitment to volunteerism and enhancing civic life in their community. Applicants should also embody the true spirit of civic engagement and volunteerism.
The objective of the UTSA Alternative Break Program is to empower and challenge students to understand their relationship within the global community through education, reflection, and direct service while on weeklong service trips over a break.
UTSA Day of Service is a system-wide volunteer initiative involving the UT System students, faculty, staff, alumni, and student organizations in an effort to engage and mobilize volunteers in their community. It has also become of one UTSA's longest standing volunteer tradition. Projects will include community gardens, painting youth centers, landscaping, arts and crafts projects, and many more!