Student Success collaborates across UTSA to identify, design, implement, and assess innovative programs, systems, and initiatives that foster equitable outcomes and improve graduation rates for undergraduate students.
Undergraduate students graduated in May 2022
Among all R1 HSIs in percentage of degrees awarded to students who identify as Hispanic or Latino
Increase in 4-year graduation rates since 2017
Civitas Learning Platform
UTSA has partnered with Civitas to bring insights into student success and our services
UTSA has partnered with TutorMe, a 24/7 online tutoring platform to supplement in-house tutoring for a variety of courses in every college.
USAA First-Gen STEM Scholars
USAA is sponsoring a scholarship program for First-Gen students in STEM fields.
First-Year Student Experience and Faculty Engagement Mini-Grant
Awarded faculty receive mini-grants for student engagement activities outside the classroom.
Bexar County Fostering Educational Success Project
UTSA is proud to be a part of this collaborative program that aims to improve college access, retention, and graduation rates for foster care alumni.
Student Success Network
Student Success and six College Student Success Centers are partnering to provide a robust support network for all students.
Partnering with Academic Innovation to elevate the student voice.
Bold Scholars Program
New program of support designed to promote student success in and out of the classroom.
Adobe Undergraduate Institute
Student Success has partnered with Academic Innovation to create a free program for undergraduate students to learn Adobe Creative Cloud programs.
Provides support, resources, and community for men of color at UTSA. Brothers United is open to all UTSA students but will focus on providing the necessary tools to support minority men specifically.
Roadrunner Success Playbook
Over 1,000 students have enrolled in Roadrunner Success Playbook, a self-paced online seminar with specialized staff support.
This team coordinates and engages in outreach to connect with undergraduate students and support their success through resource referrals and targeted interventions.