Family and Guests | UTSA Family Orientation - Spring Orientation
Family members and guests who attend on-campus Spring Orientation will shadow their student as they complete the days' activities, take care of campus business and attend various breakout sessions. They will have the opportunity to learn information about academic policies and procedures, financial aid, advising and much more. Space is limited, therefore, registration before the orientation date is required. When your student signs up for his/her in person Orientation through their ASAP account, they will have the option to add a family member or guest.
How to Reserve Your Spot
Reservations for all Family Orientation programs are required and can be made by your student through their ASAP account. Families and guests can only attend an orientation program for the term that their student was admitted/accepted for. Space is limited and is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. All Family Orientation charges are added to your student's UTSA tuition and fees bill.
|Family Orientation Fees: Spring 2017|
|Family Orientation Fee||$35 pp*|
*Children under the age of 9 are free of charge
What to Expect
- Held at the Main Campus
- One Day Program – 7:45am-1:00pm (Student Orientation program time ends at 6:00 p.m.)
- Designed to introduce family members of new students to academic and social resources, faculty and staff.
Schedule at a Glance
All students and their accompanied family and/or guests will receive a detailed schedule at their orientation program. The schedule below is subject to change without notice.
My Student’s Orientation
View your student’s orientation information.
What if the Family Program is full?
If the Family Orientation program that you wanted to attend is full, you can keep yourself connected to UTSA by becoming a member of the Family Association. For more information about the Family Association and/or to become a member, visit utsa.edu/family!
Membership is free and available to all family members of current UTSA Roadrunners. Housed within Orientation and Family Programs, the Family Association provides a support group for family members as a way for them to communicate with UTSA and stay involved with campus life.