Students and families are struggling financially. UTSA has resources to help.
Now more than ever, we are committed to keeping our Roadrunners on the path to achieving their educational goals. If you’re facing financial hardship due to the pandemic, we have funds and other resources to support you.
Need help navigating the emergency aid process? Chat with a One Stop counselor using the widget below.
CARES Act Funding & Emergency Aid
UTSA received $14 million from the federal CARES Act to distribute to students needing emergency aid as a result of the pandemic. Fund distribution is underway for students who have already submitted an emergency aid application, and there still is funding available.
Additional financial support is available via emergency grants supported by generous gifts from UTSA alumni and friends.
The Roadrunner Pantry provides healthy food, free of charge, to students in need. The pantry’s Main Campus location in the Student Union is currently providing grab-and-go bags of food – check the website for latest operating hours.
Help with financial aid, admissions registration and more. OneStop counselors available by video, phone or email.
Online tutoring available through the Tomas Rivera Student Success Center.
Remote advising consultations available through email, phone or teleconference.
Phone and teleconference consultations available. In-person appointments available to on-campus residents.
Counseling & Mental Health Services
Phone and teleconference services available. In-person appointments available to on-campus residents.
Live Zoom group exercise classes, on-demand workouts, eSports and more.
Virtual recruitment events and career search resources available online.
Library resources available online, and Blue Crew library staff available via chat for research help.
All SDS staff are available virtually for consultations and assistance.
For all your tech support needs – software, hardware, network access and more.