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UC Staff Researches Event Planning Satisfaction

During the month of November, University Center staff conducted the following research activities to understand perceptions of and issues regarding events management on the UTSA Main Campus: Conducted 2 focus groups with students and student leaders who plan events Conducted 2 focus groups with faculty and staff event planners Fielded an online survey on event […]

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UC Student has “Grand” Design

UC Student Employee Eradio Gomez has worked at the University Center for more than 2 years. It was only recently, however that the skills he’s honed working as a UC graphic designer gave him the opportunity to bid on a major design job. While perusing freelance marketing opportunities on Craig’s List he learned of an […]

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Join the UC Advisory Council

Join the UC Advisory Council

The University Center is looking for new representatives to fill positions in the UC Advisory Council. The UC Advisory Council is composed of seven (7) currently enrolled, full-time students (both undergraduate and graduate) and two (2) faculty members. The UC Advisory Council representatives contribute their opinions and advice to University Center staff on behalf of […]

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Orientation invites students to “Get in the Game”

New student orientation is under way at the UTSA Main Campus. A number of new faces will be visiting the University this month as these new students and their families become acquainted with everything UTSA has to offer. Orientation is a three day event that takes place Tuesday through Thursday throughout the summer. This year, orientation […]

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UC Events

For all events visit http://www.utsa.edu/calendar 5/20: UTSA Dreamrunner Day, 2:00-4:30 pm, Retama Auditorium 5/28: UC Closed 5/29: UC Closed 5/30: UC Closed 5/31: Summer I Begins 5/31: Weekly New Student Orientation Begins (Tues.Wed., Thurs.) Times and locations vary 6/10 Summer Research Program Seminar: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Mesquite

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