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Don’t forget about your professor or TA! Meet with your professor or TA during student office hours; this is a time set aside for students to meet with instructors, ask questions, and get clarification on course content
Need help with a paper? Writing tutors at The Writing Center can help you with all stages of the writing process in your Writing Comp class, any class where you have written assignments, and even your thesis.
Researching for a project? Meet with your librarian and check out UTSA Libraries research guides.
Tutors are available for many common 1000 and 2000 level courses at UTSA! Check out Tutoring Services at the Tomás Rivera Center for Academic Excellence.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is also available in many 1000 and 2000 level courses. SI leaders lead study sessions outside of class to help you practice material learned in class. Remember, this is not a replacement for attending class!
Attend workshops on common study skill topics.
Check with your College’s Student Success Center for additional workshops and opportunities to improve your study habits.
Download calendars and review study skills resources from the Academic Success Coaching Resource page.
Meet with an academic coach at any time during your academic journey to improve your study skills! Your academic coach can meet with you by appointment to discuss topics including time management, reading and notetaking skills, test preparation, and more. Schedule an appointment online.
Check with your College’s Student Success Center for more opportunities to study and learn with others in your classes and major.
Study with others in common study spaces in the UTSA Libraries.
Participate in Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions with students in your classes to practice material taught in class.
Connect with other students or form a study group at Tutoring Services at the Tomás Rivera Center for Academic Excellence.
Attend workshops with other students on common study skill topics.
Check your progress toward a degree in different majors with DegreeWorks.
Meet with your academic advisor for information about different majors and what classes you’ll need to take.
Connect with UTSA alumni who work in different fields through Roadrunner Network.
Connect with a Career Consultant at the University Career Center and take an assessment to help you decide your major.
Make an appointment with your academic advisor to discuss classes to take so you can stay on track to graduate.
Visit resources on how to plan your degree and visit the Advising page for more information.
Meet with your academic advisor, and check out DegreeWorks for information on progress toward your degree.
Looking for support as a transfer student? First-Gen and Transfer Student Programs provides services to UTSA’s transfer students. Find a peer mentor through the Roadrunner Transition Experience.
Want to see if your credits transfer in classes from another college or university? Great! Learn more through Transfer and Transition Student Success Services.
Join clubs and organizations by checking out student organizations on RowdyLink. Not ready to join? Participate in events on campus!
Looking for fun? There’s always something going on at the Student Union.
An on-campus job is a great way to get involved at UTSA. Check out Handshake for on-campus job opportunities.
There are many ways to get involved at UTSA! Check out Student Activities for lots of opportunities.
Check out your College’s Student Success Center to see if they have a peer mentor program!
Are you a first-gen student or transfer student? Meet with a peer mentor who has shared your experience through First-Gen and Transfer Student Programs.
Meet with your professor during office hours to learn more about academic and other career opportunities.
Ask your College’s Student Success Center about opportunities to connect with a mentor in your field.
It’s never too early to network and find a mentor in your field. Check out Roadrunner Network to connect with UTSA alumni mentors.
Looking for an on campus or off campus job? Sign up and look on Handshake for available positions. Use the many resources at the University Career Center page to help you get started.
Check with your College’s Student Success Center about career resources and job opportunities in your major and field.
Get online learning support through UTSA Digital Learning or through Academic Innovation by emailing email@example.com.
The Student Support Gateway has links to resources for all your tech, online, and academic support needs.
Get tech support through Tech Café at University Technology Solutions.
First-Gen and Transfer Student Programs provides services to UTSA’s first-gen community. Through the First to Go and Graduate (F2G&G) program, you can meet with a first-gen peer mentor.
Looking to join a club or organization to meet students with your identities, interests, or career objectives?Or looking to meet students who are different than you? Find and join all kinds of student organizations through RowdyLink!
Check out the following programs and services: Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice (MSCEJ), International Services, Dreamers Resource Center, Center for Military Affiliated Students (CMAS), Fostering Educational Success Center, and Student Disability Services.
TRiO Student Support Services provides many free resources for eligible students. Check out their page for more information and to apply.
Exercise, participate in group fitness classes, play sports, and more at Campus Rec.
Your financial wellbeing is important, too! Check out Financial Aid and Scholarships through UTSA One Stop. Learn about financial success through UTSA Money Management.
Feed yourself healthy meals and snacks with UTSA Dining.
Take care of your health and wellbeing through Wellbeing Services at UTSA, which includes healthcare, Counseling and Mental Health Services, survivor advocacy, and recovery services.
Online mental health help is available through MySSP, a new free and confidential service available to UTSA students.
Get food assistance through the Whataburger Resource Room (formerly known as Roadrunner Pantry).
If you need emergency financial assistance, complete the Emergency Aid Application.
Have you experienced discrimination or harassment? Equal Opportunity Services and the Title IX Office are ready to help.
Student Assistance Services, or Ombuds, are available to help you navigate academic and non-academic concerns and resolve problems. Check out their page for more information about how they can help.
Do you need accommodations to fully participate in class? Contact Student Disability Services for more information.
Do you have an emergency? Call (210) 458-4911 to reach UTSA Police. Reach their non-emergency line at (210) 458-4242.
Food resources are available for students at the Whataburger Resource Room.