Education is an essential service in its own right, and UTSA's resolve to be a driver of economic prosperity and social mobility is stronger than ever. We are creating bold futures for our students and for Texas.
- Taylor Eighmy, President
Core Research Support Fund
The Core Research Support Fund (CRSF) was the catalyst that allowed UTSA to expand research and attain the Carnegie R1 classification as it also pursues National Research University Fund (NRUF) eligibility. This investment will further develop UTSA’s research capacity, leading to the successful recruitment of premier research faculty and top students, which in turn will further enhance UTSA’s competitive research ecosystem in support of Texas and the nation.
Texas Research Incentive Program (TRIP)
Toward Excellence, Access and Success (TEXAS) Grants
Historically Underutilized Business Program (HUB)
National Research University Fund (NRUF)
In 2009, the Texas State Legislature had the great foresight to establish the National Research University Fund (NRUF), providing a direct incentive and tangible investment in our state’s emerging public research universities. This initiative successfully provided financial support that incentivized public institutions to make a deliberate, long-term commitment to advancing research activity that results in a positive economic impact for the state.
Bold Research Initiative
UTSA has developed an unparalleled knowledge enterprise that is driven by world-class investigators who are committed to collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship. The Bold Research Initiative (BRI) fosters competitive grant proposals with the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Defense (DOD).
San Antonio Life Sciences Institute (SALSI)
Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC)
Texas Demographic Center
Cybersecure Advanced Manufacturing
Small Business Development Center & Southwest SBDC
Bexar County Fostering Educational Success Project
Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)
Creative Arts Education & Engagement Building
Building a Creative Arts Education & Engagement Building (CAB) - including its planned 800-seat performance hall - will increase available teaching labs, classrooms, and faculty and staff offices. Construction of the proposed 209,000 gross square foot building will reduce the current space deficit on the UTSA Main Campus.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center will exemplify UTSA’s commitment to providing students with a world-class facility that supports the full spectrum of the college experience, both in and out of the classroom. In addition to classroom and study spaces, the Student Success Center will enable co-location of academic support services in one building, facilitating the delivery of comprehensive, unified, concierge-style support to advance student success and enrich the campus experience in the most effective and efficient way possible.
University of Texas School of Public Health San Antonio
As our state and nation emerge from the pandemic, the need to fortify Texas’s public health infrastructure has only become more critical. With their combined talent and research prowess, UTSA and UT Health San Antonio have created a powerful new school for the benefit of all Texans. Launched in 2022, the new school is located in an existing building on the campus of UT Health San Antonio and serves as one of three schools of public health in The University of Texas System.
Open Education Resources
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are teaching, learning and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use. OERs include full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, homework sets, software and any other tools, materials or techniques that help get educational materials into the hands of students.
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