Expanding Business Education & Career Engagement to the Downtown Campus
An expanded business-focused presence for UTSA in the heart of downtown San Antonio to enhance career-engaged learning, accommodate rapid enrollment growth and fuel the city’s economic development.
Graduate Student Success for Faculty Excellence
An initiative to deepen UTSA’s abilities to recruit and retain the best and brightest graduate students to complete their degrees and pursue meaningful careers across multiple sectors
The Human Health Initiative will convene the academic community to consider how to improve the alignment of UTSA’s human health related programs. The charge of the Advisory Task Force is to survey the landscape of UTSA student interests, regional workforce needs and partnering opportunities, plus multidisciplinary research opportunities related to human health; and to recommend a college organizational structure that aligns health-related programs to enhance student success, career readiness, and partnering opportunities, transdisciplinary research, and funding competitiveness.
Institute of Texan Cultures
The Institute of Texan Cultures Initiative seeks to align ITC more directly to the educational mission of UTSA. One of ITC’s greatest assets is that it is part of the university — the goal of this initiative is to capitalize on that connection as ITC pursues its mission to give voice to the experiences of people from across the globe who call Texas home.
Strategic Faculty Hiring
The Strategic Faculty Hiring Initiative will focus on hiring promising, accomplished and diverse faculty in key areas that are fundamental to our future as an urban-serving, multi-cultural discovery enterprise focused on student success and research excellence.
Enriching Campus Wellbeing
An initiative to foster a culture of physical, emotional and social wellbeing at UTSA to provide a healthy environment in which to learn, work and live.
The next step in the university’s commitment to ensuring a qualified and educated workforce. This new initiative will promote continuing education and professional development programs for adult learners to support the city’s growing need for a skilled workforce.