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As with any community, there may be times when UTSA faculty, staff, or students become concerned with the behavior of another community member
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is an interdisciplinary partnership that includes staff members from the Office of Student Life, Counseling Services, Academic Affairs, Human Resources and UTSA PD. This team is in place to respectfully, confidentially and professionally respond to such concerns that members of the university community may have.
The University Campus Recreation is dedicated to the enhancement of the collegiate experience and quality of life by offering a variety of facilities, programs and services that are responsive to the physical, social, recreational, and lifelong educational needs of our diverse campus community. Enrolled students are members of Campus Recreation and are eligible to use all the services provided as well as participate in programing.
The University Career Center provides numerous opportunities for students to build career-related skills and connect with employers through career events. Students benefit from faculty encouragement to participate in these events. Faculty members also frequently attend career fairs to meet recruiters and stay current on employer trends.
The Center for Civic Engagement empowers students, faculty, and staff to serve society through community engaged scholarship that enriches learning, promotes civic literacy and contributes to the study of community needs and resources. The Center for Civic Engagement coordinates year-round civic engagement initiatives on and off campus.
UTSA Counseling Services offers students and the campus community a variety of professional services in a confidential atmosphere where students may discuss concerns that are important in their lives. With the exception of a few in-depth assessment tests, services are pre-paid through the student service fee.
As busy students, you’re always looking for something quick to eat while on campus. UTSA Dining Services makes eating healthier and faster easier with options across the Main and Downtown Campuses to suit a wide range of lifestyles and tastes. Find out more about our locations, daily menus, dining dollars, sustainability, health and wellness programs, and much more!
The UTSA Dreamers Resource Center was specifically created to assist Dreamers and students with mixed-status families as one of President Eighmy’s first Presidential Initiatives.
We seek to support UTSA students, staff, and faculty with the training, resources, and knowledge needed to ensure that every Dreamer receives the correct information required to successfully enroll, persist, and graduate. We believe that every student deserves a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment to thrive during their academic journey.
The office of EOS & Title IX at UTSA is committed to provide equal employment and educational opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, disability or sexual orientation. UTSA is further committed to hire the best-qualified person to fill each available position and reward each employee based on his or her job performance. UTSA will ensure that all personnel and academic actions will be administered without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, disability or sexual orientation.
EOS actively promotes affirmative action, equal employment and educational opportunities for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
The First-Generation & Transfer Student Center is committed to supporting students that identify as a first-generation or transfer student as they pursue their undergraduate degree. The center is focused on ensuring that students make the most out of their university experience through mentorship, student success activities and community building.
UTSA Housing and Residence Life offers housing for UTSA students on the Main Campus. Residents benefit from conveniences such as fully furnished living spaces, 24-hour laundry centers, common areas, neighborhood centers and simple billing with utilities included. Housing and Residence Life additionally facilitates unique Special Interest Housing (SIH) programs to promote the academic and personal development of students with common interests.
The Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice offers focused training for students, faculty and staff surrounding topics of diversity, volunteerism, and service-learning.. We build programs and events in collaboration with student organizations that reflect the cultural backgrounds and needs of historically marginalized student populations.We are intentional about creating programs and events that foster community and reflection. The center supports students desires to build social justice and equity leadership skills.
The One Stop Enrollment Center assists with all questions related to financial aid, undergraduate admissions, and registration. Need help submitting paperwork? Want to request a transcript or a verification of enrollment? One Stop is here to help!
The UTSA PEACE Center provides support services and prevention education to those who have been impacted by sexual violence. Our services are confidential and for the entire campus community. These are the areas that we focus on work on: Sexual Violence; Intimate Partner Violence; Gender-based Violence; Sexual Misconduct and Harassment; and Stalking.
Our confidential advocates provide comprehensive support services to all members of the UTSA community. We lead a campus-wide educational effort to prevent sexual violence through outreach and programs.
This initiative supports the mission of serving our students to help them in reaching academic excellence during their time of need. Available on main campus and at the downtown campus, resources help students reach their full academic and personal potential by providing access to healthy and nutritious foods.
UTSA is committed to keeping our Roadrunners on the path to achieving their educational goals. If you are facing financial hardship due to the pandemic, we have funds and other resources to support you. If you need help navigating the emergency aid process, One Stop can assist you via the chat feature on the web page.
Student Activities helps students and student organizations get involved with the UTSA community through campus-wide events, traditions, workshops, training and development opportunities to prepare for future success. We foster a community where all students complete their education and develop into global citizens through involvement in exceptional student experiences. We practice a Facilitator Model in which staff partner with students to make intelligent, fair, and reasonable choices within established state, federal, and local laws, university rules and regulations, and the educational mission of the institution.
Student Affairs serves the university by providing purposeful, student-centered programs and services, creating opportunities that facilitate the holistic development of students and developing a culture of engagement in the classroom, across campus and throughout the global community. Our staff is committed to assisting you in having a successful college experience. The choices you make here will shape your readiness for the world you will face upon gradutaion, and we want to help you get the most out of your time as a student.
All of us in Student Affairs want you to fully explore the opportunities for involvement that exist and take advantage of the resources we have to assist you in reaching your goals. We invite you to take the time to see what our various departments have to offer.
The office of Student Conduct and Community Standards creates an environment that strives to ensure a fair and objective processes that upholds the high behavioral and academic standards articulated in the UTSA Student Code of Conduct. This office encourages students to actively participate in the full university experience including the intentional transformation of their decision-making patterns through engagement, personal development, interpersonal development, and community membership.
The University of Texas at San Antonio in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act provides “reasonable accommodations” to students with disabilities. Only those students who have officially registered with Student Disability Services and requested accommodations for this course will be eligible for disability accommodations. Instructors at UTSA must be provided an official notification of accommodation through Student Disability Services. Accommodations are not retroactive.
The University of Texas at San Antonio Student Health Services is recognized as an essential support to empower students as informed health care consumers. As a medical and wellness resource, we are contributors to student success through quality care as well as health education focusing on personal health and literacy of the health care system. Limited in-person appointments are available alongside telephone and virtual consults.
The UTSA Police Department provides professional law enforcement services ensuring the safety of all persons within the UTSA community, while protecting the resources of the university.
Many of the colleges, departments, and organizations at the University of Texas at San Antonio have an active presence on social media. Following them on their social media accounts is a great way to receive important reminders, learn about upcoming events, and stay connected with other Roadrunners. Visit the Social Media Directory to find your favorite accounts and follow them.
The Ombuds Offices serve as an informal and impartial resource available to all students, staff, faculty, or other members of the UTSA community. Visitors to the Ombuds offices are welcome to discuss any concern that is interfering with their academic or work life.
The Ombuds offices are also a safe place to confidentially raise concerns or make reservations for systems-level change. All meetings are kept confidential, with some exceptions, and individuals remain in control of how they wish to address their concerns. UTSA has separate Ombuds offices dedicated to students and employees (staff, faculty, and student employees).