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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.

UTSA Giving Day is “Next Bold Step” in University’s Advancement

For the first time UTSA will offer an opportunity in 2021 for all of Roadrunner Nation to work together—over just a few hours—to raise record funds and celebrate bold initiatives that benefit students, faculty and staff. Today a special “save the date” was announced for the first UTSA Giving Day, to be held April 6–7, 2021.
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New Research and Technology Solutions Spur Vast Innovation at UTSA  

UTSA has received a technology grant via special discounts from Dell Technologies to support advanced technologies and a new research infrastructure platform at the university. Through the substantial savings to UTSA, this technology grant enables and supports UTSA’s ability to attract leading research scholars and students. With the grant, UTSA invested in a hybrid cloud approach that utilizes solutions from Dell Technologies to help deliver research in data science and cybersecurity.

Roadrunners Gain Entrepreneurial Tools with Blackstone LaunchPad

There’s no shortage of innovative and entrepreneurial students at UTSA. For years UTSA students have pitched their startup ideas at business plan competitions, participated in tech showcases and attended entrepreneurship boot camps, receiving support primarily through the university’s Center for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship. Now, creative Roadrunners will be able to tap into a new network that will provide additional experiential learning opportunities to improve their career readiness.

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UTSA Receives $5 Million Mellon Grant for Racial Justice Efforts 

UTSA has been awarded a three-year, $5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the university’s community partnerships in advancing racial justice. The grant, administered through the Mellon Just Futures Initiative, supports visionary, unconventional, experimental and groundbreaking projects that address the long-existing fault lines of racism, inequality, and injustice within democracy and civil society.

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