University Center (UC) staff is responsible for securing UTSA assets in the UC, and as such, regulates when and how guests and tenants may access the building in conjunction with UTSA Police and Access Control.
Outside normal hours access to the UC is defined as entry into any UC building before or after normal business hours for the current semester. Current business hours are posted on the UC website home page.
Full-time staff with extended access privileges may enter the building through DSX-enabled doors designated "late entry doors." The UC director or designee can approve DSX access for authorized staff persons.
Student Staff or Volunteers
Outside normal hours access is prohibited for student staff or volunteers unless prior approval in writing is granted by the UC director. Outside normal hours access is only granted under the following conditions:
If permission for after-hours access is granted, student staff and volunteers agree to the following rules and expectations:
Those with approved access before the building has opened or after the building has already closed may contact the UTSA Police Department for building access.
If an advisor or supervisor is not present in the office and no outside normal hours access request has been submitted volunteers and student staff must vacate their office space at least one hour prior to UC building closing time. Student staff or volunteers who are in the building after hours without approval will be asked to leave.
Related BORR, HOP or other Policies:
Keys and UTSA Card Access to University Facilities, UTSA Hop 8.04
Last Revised: 8/13/12