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Alumni Association supports UTSA’s commitment to past, current students

Alumni Association supports UTSA’s commitment to past, current students

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DECEMBER 14, 2022 — The recent celebration of the fall class of 2022 makes this the perfect time to remind the Roadrunner community about the resources and services available to members of the UTSA Alumni Association.

“The UTSA Alumni Association is your family, and we want to serve our members by connecting them to one another and to their passion at UTSA” said Veronica Parker, UTSA director of alumni programs. “We need and want you to be loud, proud and relentless in expanding the roadrunner footprint so we can continue to do great things.”

Membership offers many opportunities for fun and support of our UTSA community, plus connection to a network of approximately 150,000 alumni around the world.

“There are many benefits to being a member,” Parker said. “Many Roadrunner alumni, faculty, staff and friends appreciate that their membership helps fund more than $150,000 in scholarships for current students each year. Access to the UTSA Rec at a special rate, a travel perks program just for members and discounts with key partners are also available.”

Members are invited to participate in signature events throughout the year, including the Diploma Dash 5K and the UTSA Alumni Golf Scramble. There is also the opportunity to take part in enrichment services such as mentoring current students through the Roadrunner Network.

Check out the UTSA Alumni Association website to discover the full list of benefits and membership options available.
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Explore ways to give to the UTSA Alumni Association.

“Members are vital to UTSA Alumni Association advocacy and volunteer efforts,” said Chuck Clark, president of the Association’s board of directors. “We cannot offer the great programming that keeps us connected and growing without the support of our members. As membership grows, so does the university’s reputation and therefore the recognition of a UTSA degree.”

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