Campus Master Plan
The Campus Master Plan Task Force will create a framework for the development of UTSA’s campuses over the next decade.
Classroom to Career
The Classroom to Career Task Force will develop an integrated campus-wide framework to identify, connect, and align existing experiential learning programs and identify partnerships that could lead to new or expanded programs, with an outcome of deepening student learning experiences and career success..
The Downtown Campus Task Force will develop the infrastructure, principles
Finance and Budget Modeling
The Finance and Budget Modeling Task Force will create a new budget model that is transparent, data-driven, supports entrepreneurship and innovation, and aligns resources needed for our strategic mission, vision
The President’s Initiative on Inclusive Excellence provides a framework for the university’s commitment to becoming a more inclusive campus, promoting an environment where all members of the UTSA community can engage, learn and thrive.
Preventing Sexual Assault and Misconduct
The President’s Initiative on Preventing Sexual Assault and Misconduct provides a framework for the university’s commitment to advance a zero-tolerance environment for sexual violence and harassment, ensuring a safe place for all Roadrunners to study, work and live.
The goal of this initiative is to identify and launch activities that will increase national and international recognition of UTSA as an institution of research excellence and to reach status as a Research Intensive University, as identified by the National Research University Fund and Carnegie Classifications.
The Strategic Communications Task Force will develop a comprehensive, integrated marketing program that builds brand awareness and positive perceptions of UTSA.
The Strategic Enrollment Task Force will develop an integrated strategic enrollment plan that adopts a creative, data analytics-driven strategy for enrollment, examining both the Main and Downtown Campuses as well as online offerings.
The Student Success Task Force will develop an integrated student success plan that considers the continuum from K-12 through recruitment, enrollment, academic progress, career services and placement.