Latest information on operational modifications for fall 2021 Roadrunner Roadmap

Fall Classes & Student Experience

See below for information to help you monitor how your classes will be conducted throughout the semester. If you have questions about how to read or understand your course schedule, please reach out to your academic advisor or peer mentor.


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View your Detailed Schedule on ASAP

ASAP allows you to see a detailed schedule and monitor for comments. Click on the "Student Services" tab, then "Registration", then "Student Detail Schedule".

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View your Syllabus & More on Blackboard

Blackboard is UTSA’s learning system where you access class materials and notes. Once logged in, select "Courses" to find your syllabus.


Outside the Classroom

Academic Support

Academic advising, academic coaching, tutoring, supplemental instruction, and all other student academic support services are available both online and in person. Visit the Student Support Gateway to learn about available tech and academic resources.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services is open and available for in-person and virtual appointments Monday – Friday. However, students seeking to request accommodations may do so through a fully electronic process. Visit Student Disability Services for more information.

Wellbeing Services

Student health, counseling and mental health services will continue to be offered in-person and virtually. Our strategic partnership with UT Health allows us to enhance the services available to students. Students will have access to UT Health’s Wellness 360 clinicians virtually or in person (across from Campus Rec) by making an appointment through the MyHealth portal. Visit UT Health’s Wellness 360 page for more information.

Additionally, all UTSA students now have 24/7 access to MySSP—free, confidential online counseling and mental health support via text, phone or video. Contact Counseling and Mental Health Services at 210-458-4140 (option 2) for assistance accessing in-person or video services.

Athletics

UTSA Athletics continues to follow COVID-19 protocols recommended by the NCAA and Conference USA. The NCAA protocols are developed in consultation with the NCAA COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Working Group and the Autonomy 5 Medical Advisory Group, in consideration with recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. C-USA protocols are developed in consultation with the C-USA Medical Advisory Group.

UTSA Athletics will test student-athletes upon arrival to campus and will continue to conduct regular testing during the competition season. We will continue to follow NCAA and C-USA quarantine and isolation protocols. Masking will be highly encouraged, particularly indoors. We will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 conditions and adjust protocols as needed.

Home football games will continue as planned, following any COVID-19 protocols implemented by the Alamodome.



Frequently Asked Questions - Fall Classes and Student Experience

No, courses will be delivered according to the modality listed in ASAP. Students who enrolled in courses with a face-to-face component for Fall 2021 (either fully in-person or hybrid) are expected to attend and participate in the in-person component and should not expect to be able to continue fully online.

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Not necessarily. Students enrolled in courses with a face-to-face component for Fall 2021 (either fully in-person or hybrid) may or may not have access to all course content online, depending on how the instructor has designed their course.

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Check with your supervisor. To reduce the number of people on campus, your supervisor may choose to limit on-campus personnel to only those employees who are needed in order to provide in-person services at this time.

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See the Fall 2021 Course Modality Adjustment section of this page for instructions on checking how your classes will be conducted.

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Yes. The UTSA Libraries offer Wi-Fi and a quiet place for you to attend classes. In addition, Wi-Fi is available throughout all buildings on campus. If you prefer to work outdoors, enhanced Wi-Fi access points have been established in key outdoor areas, including in the Sombrilla. These areas are highlighted in teal/green on the map below.

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Our commencement planning team is working now to plan celebrations for our Fall 2021 graduates. Details will be shared publicly no later than September 30.

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