This page, provided by Student Health Services, explains the procedure
required to meet the state-mandated bacterial meningitis immunization requirement for students who plan to
register for college courses.
Bluebook is an application designed to help the public (particularly students and their parents) easily find
information about UTSA courses and faculty. Bluebook is the place to look for course titles, descriptions,
syllabi, textbook requirements, faculty vitae, and evaluation results for courses and instructors.
The Career Center aims to assist students and alumni in identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue
lifelong career goals. Services provided include, but are not limited to, resume reviews, mock interviews, and
RowdyJobs, a database of on-campus and local job
oportunites designed for college students.
UTSA Counseling Services provides a confidential atmosphere where students may discuss concerns that are important
in their lives. Many of those challenges are normal challenges that we all need to master as we develop as individuals.
Some students' concerns may also involve major hurdles that interfere with their ability to manage important life
experiences, such as relationships, family, work or school.
The UTSA Directory provides contact and employment information about University faculty and staff. The Directory
also provides information regarding offices around campus, including the Honors College!
Disability Services at the University of Texas at San Antonio promotes equal access for all university
programs and activities for students with disabilities. Disability Services strives to facilitate the full inclusion
of students with disabilities in the UTSA community and to work as a liaison between the University community and
students needing accommodations throughout campus.
Among the services offered by Learning Assistance, students can get semester-long personalized academic support.
An academic coach will work individually with you, assess your strengths and needs, and devise a personalized plan
just for you. Academic coaches are full-time, professional educational specialists with significant experience
in the area of study strategies.
The mission of the Learning Communities is to cultivate an environment where students can learn and apply the
academic skills and knowledge critical to their success in college. The program offers students linked courses
that form a community of scholars to create opportunities where students can develop a sense of belonging and
connection with the greater university community.
The UTSA Libraries has four physical locations, including the John Peace Library (JPL) and the Applied
Engineering and Technology (AET) Library on the 1604 Campus, the Downtown Library, and the Special Collections
(Manuscripts Only) which is located at the UTSA HemisFair Park
Campus, Institute of Texan Cultures. The UTSA Libraries provide books, laptops, DVDs,
and study rooms for students to check out. In addition, the library provides many study aids including multiple
computer labs, regular workshops, and knowledgeable librarians available to help find research material in print
and the online databases.
The primary purpose of the Office of Student Financial Aid is to provide resources to students who would otherwise
be unable to pursue a post-secondary education. The UTSA Office of Student Financial Aid works to meet the direct
costs or financial need for all eligible students until a variety of funds have been exhausted. All students are
awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to the availability of funds, academic performance and
demonstrated financial need.
Orientation and Family Programs facilitates a variety of programs designed to keep families connected to UTSA,
including Roadrunner Roundup, UTSA's Freshman Orientation program. They also host opportunities for students to
become engaged and involved in campus life through participation in transition camps, leadership training programs
and adventure trips.
The Office of the Registrar handles questions concerning registration, adding and dropping courses, transcripts,
the graduation application process, commencement ceremonies, undergraduate residency for tuition purposes, veterans
education benefits, and other enrollment issues.
The Scholarship Office provides current and prospective students at UTSA with resources to assist in the search
for scholarship funds from university and external sources. The Scholarship Team coordinates and oversees the
University's comprehensive scholarship program and acts as a liaison between the departments on campus, the University
Scholarship Committee, and the Office of Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services. The Scholarship Team
coordinates and administers more than 700 UTSA scholarship programs a year, ranging from a few hundred to several
Student Activities provides co-curricular opportunities that foster and recognize leadership, learning and
development while promoting a purposeful connection to the UTSA community. Among its responsibilities, Student
Activities facilitates the creation and maintenance of Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on the UTSA campus.
Supplemental Instruction is a series of weekly study sessions offered to students enrolled in historically difficult
courses at UTSA. SI sessions are guided by students who successfully completed the course and who are trained to
facilitate collaborative study groups. SI sessions provide an opportunity for you to learn how to learn
while learning what to learn. Attendance is voluntary and students are encouraged to attend as many sessions
as they want.
Testing Services is responsible for administering on-campus standardized tests (including placement tests, CLEP
tests, and testing for IS 1403 and the PACE exam). In addition, Testing Services maintains standards for receiving
college credit for high school tests (e.g., AP, IB, and DANTES tests) and provides information on tests required for
admission to post-graduate study.
The Writing Center provides trained tutors to work with students on their writing assignments. Writing Center tutors
will discuss students' writing assignments and make suggestions on approaching a topic, organizing a paper, developing
a personal style, or correcting recurring errors. Tutors may also direct students to other resources for further assistance.