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Our Priorities

  • Student Success

    UTSA remains student-focused by creating opportunities for scholarship support, experiential learning, life-changing education, and the recruitment and retainment of the best and brightest.
  • Research Excellence

    UTSA strives to attract and retain world-class faculty, endow fellowship opportunities, and drive our mission to becoming a nationally recognized research university.
  • Strategic Growth

    UTSA will realize its full potential by enhancing its infrastructure and emphasizing strategic growth to create an environment of excellence for students, faculty, and staff to thrive in.

Carlos Alvarez honors Tom C. Frost with creation of $2 million chair to support UTSA business school dean

Memorializing a longstanding friend and mentor, Carlos Alvarez and his wife, Malú, have given The University of Texas at San Antonio $2 million to establish the Tom C. Frost Distinguished University Chair for Business Excellence. The endowment will be held by the dean of the business school—making this the first time in UTSA history for a dean to hold two chaired positions. In 2012, James Bodenstedt ’96 established the Bodenstedt Chair for the Dean of Business.
Carlos and Malu Alvarez

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Sometimes all it takes to make a big difference is a small step. Your support can change lives at UTSA and our students, faculty, and staff will experience the impact of your generosity every day across our campus. Explore the many opportunities available to support and empower Roadrunner Nation.
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UTSA Receives $40 Million Gift From MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett to Bolster Student Success

The University of Texas at San Antonio has received a transformational $40 million gift from philanthropists MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett to support its vision of becoming a model for student success, a great public research university, and an exemplar for strategic growth and innovative excellence. The unrestricted gift allows the university to allocate the funds in ways that will most benefit its student population, now and for generations to come.

MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett


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