As a resource to UTSA's undocumented students, the following offices/individuals have been identified as points of contact to assist with questions related to residency, financial aid, counseling, admissions and more. Students needing further assistance can contact the Student Assistant Services at 210-458-4985 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), UTSA does not release the personal information of its students, outside of public directory information.
UTSA Academic Advising's mission is to support the holistic development of all students by cultivating trusting and collaborative relationships. Undocumented undergraduate students who need academic advising assistance can contact Angelica Barrera to get connected with academic advising.
Angelica Barrera | Associate Vice Provost for Student Success | email@example.com | 210-458-6517
ADMISSIONS & RECRUITMENT
We can provide assistance to Dreamers seeking to complete an application for UTSA.
The UTSA Police Department’s goal is to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors, regardless of immigration status. We will not routinely ask for anyone’s immigration status while conducting our normal police duties.
Captain Thomas Calucci | University Police | firstname.lastname@example.org | 210-458-4421
Emergency | 210-458-4911
The University Career Center is dedicated to helping Dreamers in their career development process, assisting with the process of finding, applying and connecting with opportunities of which they are eligible.
Lisa Vigil | Career Counselor, Career Services | email@example.com | 210-458-4589
Counseling Services welcomes students with immigration status concerns. Students can access counselors in a safe, supportive and confidential space. Please know that Counseling Services is willing to assist you at any time during the normal work day, or in an emergency, you can access an on-call clinician after hours.
Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice
The Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice promotes an equitable and socially just campus for students through community building, campus advocacy, education and programming.
Brandi Scott | Director of the Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice | firstname.lastname@example.org | 210-458-7968
FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Students who have been classified as Texas residents for tuition purposes may also be eligible to received state financial aid. Additionally, undocumented students may be eligible for certain scholarships.
Arnold Trejo | Executive Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships | Arnold.Trejo@utsa.edu
Alejandra Gonzalez | Associate Director Financial Aid & Scholarships | Alejandra.Gonzalez@utsa.edu
Dreamer graduate and doctoral students may be eligible for an in-state tuition waiver. Dreamer graduate students in need of academic assistance can contact Ginger Hernandez in the Graduate School.
María R. Medrano Guillén | Senior Graduate Recruiter | Maria.Medrano@utsa.edu | 210-458-4335
International UTSA students who are attending on non-immigrant visas can contact International Student Services (ISS) regarding immigration questions or concerns. While ISS does not provide legal services, ISS is able to provide specific immigration resources and answer general immigration questions related to student visas (ex: F-1 or J-1).
International Student Services| 210-458-7202 | InternationalPrograms@utsa.edu
Individuals seeking assistance or resources related to unDACAmented, DACAmented, Temporary Protected Status, Asylee/Refugee status, please contact:
TUITION / RESIDENCY
Dreamers may be eligible to pay resident (in-state) tuition; please contact email@example.com or go to http://www.utsa.edu/registrar/residency/ for more information.
Stacey Wells | Enrollment Services Associate III | firstname.lastname@example.org | 210-458-4534
The PEACE Center leads our campus community in a social change movement to end sexual violence. Their trauma-informed educational programs and direct services aim to promote a healthy and safe environment allowing all faculty, staff, and students to thrive.
TOMAS RIVERA CENTER
The Mission of the Tomás Rivera Center is to promote lifelong student success by providing innovative resources to UTSA Students and our Community. We are committed to delivering an unparalleled experience where students come first.
FIRST GENERATION & TRANSFER STUDENT CENTER
The First-Gen & Transfer Student Center is committed to supporting students that identify as a first-generation or transfer student as they pursue their undergraduate degree. The center is focused on ensuring that students make the most out of their university experience through mentorship, student success activities and community building.
FOSTERING EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS CENTER
We are dedicated to empowering Roadrunners with a history of foster care. Provide supportive services to eligible students to ensure academic success.
Emily Marcotte| Associate Director, Foster Care Initiatives | email@example.com | 210-458-6958
TRANSFER & STUDENT SUCCESS SERVICES
Transfer and Transition Student Success Services is here to empower, support and assist transfer students before, during, and after their transfer to the university by providing timely, accurate information and a seamless transition.
Barbara Smith | Senior Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 210-458-5586
STUDENT CONDUCT AND COMMUNITY STANDARDS
Student Conduct and Community Standards supports Dreamer students by answering questions regarding the student conduct process, and aiding student learning and development.
Robert Sanchez | Coordinator for Student Conduct and Community Standards | email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org | 210-458-4720
Support Dreamers at UTSA
- Schedule a one-on-one advising session
- Email email@example.com
- Include preferred day & time
Visit us @UTSADreamers on FB, IG or Twitter for updates about current workshops/virtual events.
Have questions about applying to UTSA?
Schedule a one-on-one advising session.