|The University of Texas at San Antonio's Ombudsperson is available to assist faculty, staff and student employees address questions, concerns and complaints about academic affairs related issues.
What is the role of the UTSA Ombudsperson?
The Ombudsperson is a neutral individual who listens to complaints and grievances and provides conflict-resolution services for all faculty, staff, and student employees in a safe and welcoming environment. Communications with the Ombudsperson remain strictly confidential unless express permission to do otherwise is granted by the visitor or the Ombudsperson is required to disclose based on applicable University policy, legal considerations, or a perceived imminent risk of harm to self or others. The Ombudsperson does not advocate on behalf of any one person or group, but will advocate for an unbiased process and consider the rights and concerns of all those involved. The Ombudsperson communicates with various representatives and offices to respond to and help resolve concerns in a timely manner.
The UTSA Ombudsperson
The Ombudsperson carries out duties in a neutral and informal manner .
** The Academic Affairs Ombudsperson does not provide legal or psychological counseling. Information submitted anonymously is forwarded to the appropriate college or department head.**
Phone: (210) 458-5605
Office: NPB 5.130
Mailing Address: The University of Texas at San Antonio,
Attn: Institutional Compliance Ombudsperson, One UTSA Circle, San Antonio, Texas 78249
View and download the 2016-2017 Academic Affairs Ombudsperson's Annual Report [pdf]
View and download the 2015-2016 Academic Affairs Ombudsperson's Annual Report [pdf]
View and download the 2014-2015 Academic Affairs Ombudsperson's Annual Report [pdf]
View and download the 2013-2014 Academic Affairs Ombudsperson's Annual Report [pdf]