Programs & Events
The Alternative Break program which is an experiential opportunity for UTSA students, staff, and faculty to explore a social issue in the community through education, direct service, and reflection. This opportunity builds upon leadership skills, fosters individual growth and promotes a deeper sense of global awareness.
Leaders U is an annual conference held in September designed to prepare rising student leaders to:
- Define what leadership means to you
Identify a next step goal to continue developing at least one priority leadership skill over the next year
- Articulate one or more ways in which their leadership learning has enhanced their career readiness
- Quantify and describe gains in leadership skill
- Learn more about LeaderU
UTSA Day of Service
Day of Service is an annual tradition and a volunteer opportunity for UTSA to come together as a community and give back to our San Antonio city. It is the largest service event of the year with 600-800 volunteers and approximately 20-25 community partners. Projects have included community gardens, painting youth centers, landscaping, and other arts and crafts projects.
LVS StoryTelling invites students and other UTSA community members to participate in a one-on-one storytelling interview, talking about your personal experience and exploring how we build our capacity to succeed despite and because of the challenges we encounter.