UTSA Student Success

Connecting, empowering, and equipping students to be lifelong learners and active citizens

Student Success includes a network of resources, programs, and services designed to help students succeed at UTSA and beyond. Click your year below or use the custom form to find relevant resources.

First Year

0-29 hours

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Second Year

30-59 hours

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Third Year

60-89 hours

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Fourth Year +

90+ hours

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Programs & Services

We offer many programs and services for your success, from academic advisors who will help you develop your degree plan to successs coaches who will help you sharpen your study skills

> Find Student Success locations, hours, and contact information

Academic Success District

The Academic Success District (ASD) collects advising offices, mentoring programs, and other learning hubs and centrally locates them on Main Campus near the Sombrilla Plaza

academic success district logo > Learn more about the Academic Success District

Student Success at UTSA

College Student Success Centers

Each College at UTSA has a Student Success Center geared towards helping their students succeed through course and career guidance.

> Learn more at our College Student Success Centers page

Foster Care Initiatives

UTSA is dedicated to empowering Roadrunners with a history of foster care.

> Learn more about the Fostering Futures Program

Technology and Data Analytics

Student Success utilizes data to make decisions and support students. A partnership with Civitas Learning helps us remove barriers to student success and invest in effective resources.

> Learn more about this partnership

Student Success Mission

Student Success advances innovative programs and services to provide students with comprehensive resources and equitable opportunities that nurture academic, personal, and career growth. We identify and promote evidence based practices to cultivate an inclusive and collaborative ecosystem of support that connects, empowers, and equips students to be lifelong learners and active citizens.