Giving to Student Affairs
The Student Affairs division is dedicated to creating a holistic and supportive educational experience for UTSA students. The staff, programs, and services are designed to help students transition into and through college and prepare them for a lifetime of learning and contribution to a global society. The division of Student Affairs provides opportunities that complement the academic curricula and help the students overcome obstacles. We operate many of the programs and services of daily life, including housing, recreation, student organizations, health care, counseling, career development, financial aid, multicultural programs, and leadership development.
The Student Affairs division seeks to ensure that each student has a healthful and safe environment, supportive living conditions, appropriate counsel and assistance, multiple opportunities to develop leadership and citizenship skills, and experiences that lead to greater appreciation of diverse peoples and cultures, as well as opportunities to socialize, relax, and have fun.
We encourage you to join our efforts in Student Affairs by giving a gift to allow us to reach our goal of providing the best possible collegiate experience for our students. Your gift will allow Student Affairs to offer much needed scholarship funds to deserving students, and expand many of the programs that are so important to preparing our students to be global citizens.
Family Fund donations support the UTSA Family Association including Fall Family Weekend and Spring Family Day. Additionally, donations support programs intended to provide students with unique learning and experiential opportunities.
A donation to this fund helps support scholarships for students in a variety of academic areas. Scholarships are awarded based on academic eligibility.
For expansion of multicultural and diversity programming on campus, along with supporting and improving Alternative Spring Breaks and other volunteer service projects.
Academic Service Learning is an educational experience based upon a collaborative partnership between the university and the community. "Learning by doing" enables students to apply academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to meet genuine community needs.
Help support UTSA's Marching and Pep Band program by providing funds for scholarships, instruments, uniforms and travel expenses.
To support overall operation of the division of Student Affairs and to provide funds for programs, initiatives or events at the discretion of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Support the development of a leadership program to benefit the growth of promising student leaders.
The Transformation Fund lends financial support to new and innovative program ideas and professional development opportunities for students and staff within the Division of Student Affairs.
To find out more about giving to Student Affairs, contact:
Heather Locke Green, M.A. '07
Development Officer, Student Affairs