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Health & Shared Responsibility

The wellbeing of our community is vitally important, and our intent is to provide a learning, living and working environment that provides heightened protection of all Roadrunners. The public health safety measures described below are based on direction from UTSA’s Public Health Task Force, along with guidance from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, UT System, and aligned with city, state & federal health directives.

Measures may be adjusted as new information becomes available.


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Birds Up, Sleeves Up: Get Vaccinated

Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your friends from COVID-19 and its variants. Vaccines are safe, effective, and available to all Roadrunners.

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Face coverings at UTSA

Face coverings/masks are recommended in indoor public and common spaces, especially for those individuals who are high risk and/or not vaccinated. More information about campus face coverings>>

Testing available on campus

UTSA partners with Livingston Med Lab to offer testing to all students, faculty and staff, regardless of whether they are symptomatic. Results are typically received within 24 hours. Learn about testing on campus>>

Contact tracing in place

Those who have symptoms of COVID-19 or who have encountered someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 are being identified and tracked. UTSA is also tracking confirmed cases to help minimize the spread of the disease as much as possible.

Self-monitor your health

UTSA offers a health daily self-assessment tool, accessible from both the UTSA and LiveSafe mobile apps. Everyone is highly encouraged to conduct daily health assessments, wash hands frequently and practice good personal hygiene.


Campus Cleaning & Disinfection

Hand sanitizer and wipes remain available across campus, and departments can continue to request care kits with PPE supplies. Facilities is working to maximize airflow and improve filtration in campus buildings, and classrooms and lecture halls will be sanitized throughout the semester. In the John Peace Library, restroom renovations are in progress to add touchless faucets and other upgrades. Additional improvements are underway throughout campus to provide an enhanced experience, including classroom renovations, new corridor furniture and more.


Mental Health and Counseling

UTSA offers a variety of professional counseling and mental health resources to help students, faculty, and staff that need extra support.

STUDENTS

Counseling and Mental Health Services has multiple ways to access services, including individual, group, and referral options, as well as population-specific resources. Call 210-458-4140 or email counseling.services@utsa.edu.

STUDENTS

The Center for Collegiate Recovery offers weekly support meetings. Check out events like All Recovery, SMART Recovery, and Alcoholics Anonymous. Get more details for @UTSARecovery on Instagram or Twitter or via RowdyLink.

STUDENTS

The Therapy Assistance Online program provides strategies for coping using a self-guided approach. You can log in to the platform with your UTSA email credentials.


FACULTY/STAFF

The Deer Oaks Employee Assistance Program, free for you and your dependents, offers a variety of confidential counseling, referral and consultation services. Call 866-327-2400, use the iConnectYou app, or log on to services at Deer Oaks online (username: utsa, password: utsa).

FACULTY/STAFF

The Behavioral Intervention Team responds to reports of concerning behavior from Roadrunners. Visit the Behavioral Concerns Assistance page to submit a report. Both the EOS/Title IX Office and Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) are available if you have questions before submitting a report. To reach SCCS email SCCS@utsa.edu.