OCTOBER 12, 2020 — UTSA will open registration for the spring 2021 semester starting on October 19. As mentioned in President Taylor Eighmy’s September 8 email to students, faculty and staff, modalities for the university’s spring courses and campus operations will be very similar to this fall—mostly online, with a limited number of courses meeting face-to-face based on strict criteria.
All face-to-face courses will offer a parallel online component for students who are not able to attend in person. The course modalities listed in ASAP reflect how each course is expected to be delivered when classes resume in January.
Students will once again register for classes based on their priority group or classification within a designated registration period with specific start and end dates.
UTSA provides a variety of resources that can be accessed remotely to support students engaged in online learning. The Tomás Rivera Center offers Academic Success Coaching, with one-on-one virtual coaching sessions and group workshops online as well as tutoring services. The Writing Center offers online tutoring and workshops aimed at strengthening writing skills. UTSA Academic Advising supports students by providing virtual appointments with advisers. Students can find many technology and academic support resources at the new Student Support Gateway.
Students will continue to have access to on-campus services in the spring. On-campus housing will remain open for students who choose to live on campus, and both UTSA Housing and Campus Living Villages are accepting applications from prospective residents.
Dining venues such as the Roadrunner Café and food courts will be open with limited seating capacities for social distancing. The libraries will also be open to serve students with contactless book checkouts.
Work modalities for faculty and staff will continue to include on-campus, telecommuting and hybrid options in the spring. As the situation continues to evolve, work modality options and telecommuting agreements will be reviewed as needed.
UTSA Main Campus will serve as a designated polling station during the early voting period, today through October 30, and on Election Day, November 3.H-E-B Student Union Ballroom (HSU 1.104)
The Center for Collegiate Recovery presents a discussion series on Recovery. Join the discussion with Dr. Robb Kelly and learn how to build and sustain recovery from addiction. Be prepared to be challenged, encouraged, and enriched!Virtual Event
The tuba and euphonium students of Prof. Gary Poffenbarger will perform remotely in a live-streamed concert to be transmitted via the Department's Facebook page. The students will perform live, from their homes taking turns logging in when they are up and logging off when they are done so the next performer can log in, etc. until the recital is finished.Virtual Event
Are you interested in learning more about how RowdyLink can assist your Student Organization? Are you a new organization leader and want to learn some basics regarding RowdyLink? Please join us at our RowdyLink Lunch and Learn Series. We will be going over various parts of RowdyLink during each series such as Managing your Roster, Mobile Check-In, Managing and Creating Forms, creating events and more.Virtual Event
Chomp and Chat is a series of conversations held casually during lunch on a specific topic. The topic for Oct 28 is cultural appropriation. We will talk the concept in general, but also as it appears during Halloween and Día de los Muertos.Virtual Event
Join Student Health Services as we discuss Spiritual Wellbeing with Counseling and Mental Health Services.Virtual Event
Join us for a drive-thru event from 9 a.m. to noon on Oct. 29 and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 30 to give back during this election period. Roadrunners will have the opportunity to give back to the community and get the information needed to make your voice heard for your community. During this experience, you can drive up to make a donation to the Roadrunner Pantry and get all of the voting information you need to early vote this election.Outside Recreation Wellness Center
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