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Westside Community Center

UTSA Westside Community Center To further realize its vision to provide world-class educational, economic and cultural opportunities to underserved communities in San Antonio’s urban core, UTSA established the Westside Community Center in September 2019.

Since it’s opening, the WCC has made great strides in fostering meaningful relationships with residents and business owners in its San Antonio neighborhood in an effort to spark educational excellence, economic opportunity and vital research partnerships in the community.

The WCC serves as a home base for a wide variety of UTSA community outreach efforts, including:

  • Community-based research
  • Community events and exhibits
  • Small group meetings
  • Focus groups/feedback sessions
  • Trainings and workshops

UTSA SBDC COVID Business Recovery Accelerator

In partnership with the UTSA Westside Community Center, the UTSA Small Business Development Center will help provide broadband Internet to those businesses with limited connectivity. Our mission is to help small business owners find relief and recover during these difficult times.


Center Information

1310 Guadalupe Street (link to Google map)
San Antonio, Texas 78207

Office Hours
8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays or by appointment

 

 


In the News

December 18, 2021
Pilot program aims to save some of San Antonio’s smallest houses

December 16, 2020
Westside homeowners benefit from faculty and student housing research

October 19, 2020
UTSA engages West Side families through bilingual admissions sessions

October 8, 2020 | Roger Enriquez and Fernando Godínez for the Express-News
Commentary: Pause on evictions is not a permanent housing solution

August 21, 2020
UTSA marks first anniversary of historic Westside Community Center


For More Information

Elvira Leal 
Assistant Vice President for Community Relations
p: 210.458.4009 
e: elvira.leal@utsa.edu

Learn more about the Westside Community Partnerships Initiative  »