Evolution of a vision: Eighmy shares updated strategic goals for UTSA

November 21, 2023


President Taylor Eighmy presented UTSA’s five-year long-range financial plan at last week’s University of Texas System Board of Regents meeting in Austin. Described as “An Evolving Vision for UTSA,”the financial plan is forward-thinking and highlights the results of UTSA’s important strategic plan refresh over the last year.

“I have long said that UTSA is the university of the future in the city of the future. As we embark on the next phase of our strategic plan, I am appreciative to Chancellor Milliken, the UT System and the Board of Regents for the tremendous support that UTSA has received,” Eighmy said. “Together, we are creating opportunities for students to prosper while strengthening our city and state’s economy.”

Building on the milestones that UTSA achieved during the first five years of its strategic plan, the updated plan outlines a pathway for the university to successfully achieve student success, enrollment, research and faculty recruitment goals for the institution.

“The long-range financial plan is aligned to support UTSA’s destinations by creating a roadmap to ensure success,” said Veronica Salazar, UTSA chief enterprise development officer and senior vice president for business affairs. “We are committed to creating a positive campus experience to support student and employee success as we continue to grow as an institution.”

UTSA’s new strategic plan reaffirms the university’s commitment to its three strategic destinations and includes an updated version of the third destination. UTSA aspires to become a model for student success, a great public research university and an innovative place to work, learn and discover.

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