(Feb. 14, 2019) -- Season tickets for UTSA’s six home football games for the upcoming 2019 season are on sale now.
Season ticket prices start at $75 per seat and there are two season ticket pricing plans for less than $100. Visit UTSA Athletics Tickets for more pricing information and a seating map.
The Roadrunners’ home schedule for their ninth season of play will kick off against UIW on Saturday, Aug. 31. UTSA also will host Army West Point (Sept. 14), UAB (Oct. 12), Rice (Oct. 19), Southern Miss (Nov. 16) and Florida Atlantic (Nov. 23).
>> See the entire 2019 UTSA Football schedule.
UTSA football season ticket holders receive exclusive benefits including:
To purchase your season tickets, call or text 210-458-UTSA (8872), go online or visit the UTSA Athletics Ticket Office in person at 5710 West Hausman Road, Suite 101 during normal business hours (8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.). Payment plans for all season ticket packages are available.
Renewal packets are being mailed this month to UTSA football season ticket holders and donors. The renewal deadline to keep your same seats is Tuesday, April 23.
Current UTSA students receive free admission to all home games with a valid ID card.
Learn more about UTSA Athletics.
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The UTSA Women’s Studies Institute and Women’s Studies Program will feature film screenings, provide lectures and book readings that promote diversity and focus on achieving social justice and women’s empowerment.Various locations, Main, Downtown and Hemisfair Campuses
The exhibition is a juried competition featuring recent work by UTSA undergraduate and graduate students. The selected works represent the full range of materials, methods, and techniques, ranging from traditional processes to contemporary digital photography and video.Arts Building Main Art Gallery (ART 2.03.04), Main Campus
Amin Qutub, UTSA associate professor of biomedical engineering, will introduce the latest advances in science and technology illustrating how daily behaviors influence the ability of our brain cells to repair and regenerate, enabling a future that optimizes brain health.McNay Art Museum, 6000 N. New Braunfels, San Antonio
UTSA faculty and staff are encouraged to share thoughts, experiences and ideas on inclusive excellence at UTSA.Student Union Anaqua Room (SU 2.03.08), Main Campus
March Into Your Major is an event for students who are unsure of their major, have chosen a major but are not sure it’s the right fit for them or students who are confident of their choice of major but are unsure of what careers they can actually pursue with their major.Convocation Center, Main Campus
As part of UTSA's 50th Anniversary celebration, Fred Schneider, computer science professor at Cornell University, will speak on Impediments to Incentivizing Cyber-security Investment." The lecture is free and open to the public.Biosciences Building Loeffler Room (BSB 3.03.22), Main Campus
Rowdy’s Roadshow will take place in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, the Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio. Roadshow events offer opportunities to meet other students, faculty and staff, sign up for Orientation and get Rowdy Ready.Cities across Texas
A former police officer, criminal justice professor Robert Rico will give an encore of his Pizza & Research presentation, Restorative Justice: A Relational Approach to Civic Discourse. Pizza will be served will supplies last.John Peace Library North Commons, Second Floor, Main Campus
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