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December 31, 2018

UTSA's Eighmy has big plans for university, San Antonio's downtown

Taylor Eighmy had been in office almost exactly a year when he cemented the support of city and county leaders and University of Texas System regents and secured millions of dollars for major campus expansions designed to reshape and revitalize significant chunks of downtown. Read more  
December 19, 2018

UTSA and the upcoming legislative session

The 86th Texas Legislature convenes for its 2019 session on January 8, and it’s sure to be action-packed. Read more  
December 12, 2018

Organizational changes in Academic Affairs

With our Integrated Student Success and Strategic Enrollment plans now in place, the time is right to evaluate the best organizational location for these two important units. Over the last several months it has become clear to me that full integration into our academic enterprise is key to maximizing our effectiveness in these areas. Read more  
December 11, 2018

Campus Conversation 2.0: Presentation to UTSA Athletics

President Eighmy's "Campus Conversation 2.0" presentation to UTSA Athletics on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Read more  
December 10, 2018

Campus incident updates

As you wrap up your classes and work in preparation for a well-deserved winter break, I wanted to provide some updates regarding the various incidents that occurred on campus this semester. Read more  
December 6, 2018

Student Success Center Initiative Launch

Student success is one of our three institutional destinations, and our rapid progress is already garnering attention. We have aggressive retention and graduation rate goals and a rigorous Integrated Student Success Plan and Strategic Enrollment Plan in place to help us reach them. Read more  
December 4, 2018

Newly established President's Student Advisory Council

Nominations for council membership are being accepted through Monday, December 10. Interested students should seek nomination from their college dean or one of the campus administrators listed on the Council’s website. Read more