UTSA Day of Service

UTSA 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. The event also serves as UTSA’s contribution to The University of Texas System’s United to Serve volunteer initiative, challenging each campus in the system to develop a unique service activity. 

UTSA Day of Service

Saturday, April 13, 2024


Community Partners and Project Sign Up

Frequently Asked Questions

Review these frequently asked questions

  • Yes, If you are a part of a Student Organization or department and you would like to volunteer as a group, make sure all of your members sign up for the same project.

  • Yes, we will have a light breakfast provided for our volunteers. We encourage you to bring a refillable water bottle.

  • We encourage you to wear your UTSA Day of Service shirt that you will receive at check-in. Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes, hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses (unless your project states otherwise).

  • Some projects will provide a UTSA shuttle to and from the project. You can verify the transportation when you register for your project.

  • Yes, have them register for the project on UTSA Engaged.

  • Yes. Some projects have an age requirement. Please double-check before registering for a project.

  • Yes, but we encourage you to attend the kickoff event on the Main Campus to receive your t-shirt and sign your waiver.

  • If you need to cancel your registration for any reason, please cancel on UTSA Engaged and email getinvolved@utsa.edu as soon as possible.