‘Runners, it's November and we’re closing in on finals and exams. Student Affairs is hosting a variety of stress-relieving events throughout the month of November to get you all through to the winter break!
The winter storm and ongoing pandemic have depleted the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center’s shelves. The much-needed donation of blood helps patients in need in our community. Donate blood and save up to three lives!
The health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is our very highest priority. As such, we will continue all campus COVID-19 protocols—including our face coverings requirement—after Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34 about masking requirements.
As we take a mid-semester pause for spring break, we are taking a moment to recognize the many challenges and complexities of the past year. During spring break, we encourage our community to focus on wellbeing and self-care.
Throughout the month of February, the UTSA community will recognize and celebrate the contributions of Black Americans to our university, city, state, and nation through a series of planned events and activities.
Welcome to the start of the Spring 2021 semester. It’s time for Roadrunner Days and the lineup includes over 30 events to help UTSA students meet new people, discover support and academic services, and get involved in student organizations.
Student Affairs serves the university by providing intentional, student-centered programs and services, creating opportunities that facilitate student development and enhance students' sense of belonging.
Student Affairs will be a leader in the development of a dynamic and supportive culture that facilitates learning, provides advocacy and engages students.