UTSA will continue to serve as a leader in the development and implementation of innovative fiscal strategies to diversify revenue in the areas of real estate investment and auxiliary offerings. The university will increase revenue opportunities through strategic partnerships with public and private partners to maximize land use on UT-owned land, including holdings such as Cattleman’s Square, 702 Dolorosa, the Institute of Texan Cultures, Park West, and the Campus Gateway/Roadrunner Village. Fee-based project oversight of non-CIP projects will allow UTSA to maintain security and control of UT-owned land throughout the construction process for projects with non-university leads, typically as part of P3 partnerships or land leases. Fee-based inspection services will be provided on CIP Major Capital projects, institutional projects and projects developed on UT-owned land, including land leases and P3 partnerships. UTSA will continue to explore a wide range of auxiliary opportunities that support an excellent Roadrunner experience while also providing new or expanded revenue generation.
Throughout the pandemic, UTSA’s Office of People Excellence worked with supervisors and campus leaders to develop policies and resources to better support employees working across in-person, remote and hybrid modalities.
In Fall 2022, campus leaders continue to support employees through on-going efforts to respond to the feedback collected in the Faculty and Staff Campus Climate Survey.