Campus-Wide News

    May

  • Yalisse Fariza (Student)

    Monday, 05 14 2018

    Meet graduating senior, Yalisse Fariza, a young woman who is transforming her setbacks into triumphs.

  • Parking & Transportation Update

    Thursday, 05 10 2018

    The Office of Business Affairs would like to thank all those who participated in providing valuable feedback regarding parking and transportation services. A team of staff members from Auxiliary Services has been working tirelessly to gather input from our students as well as from other A&M System campuses to understand their approaches to parking and transportation services. The changes we are announcing today are based on all of this input, and they are designed to better serve our students while supporting the growth of our University.

  • Follow-Up on Announcement of Reorganization

    Wednesday, 05 09 2018

    Earlier this week, I announced a campus reorganization to enhance our student-focused value while achieving our strategic goals. The organization chart summarizing the realignment within divisions is available by clicking here. The white boxes reflect the changes in the reporting structure.

  • 8th Annual Festival de Cascarones is a smashing success

    Monday, 05 07 2018

    More than 7,000 people came to campus on the last day of Fiesta San Antonio to celebrate Festival de Cascarones. The family-friendly event, presented by H-E-B, featured seven hours of non-stop, fun-filled activities.

  • Commemorative Week

    Monday, 05 07 2018

    Tricentennial Commemorative Week featured a wide array of activities from May 1-6, all celebrating the confluence of cultures that makes San Antonio a one-of-a-kind city. To join in the city-wide celebration, A&M-SA hosted several events that engaged the community in the historic week.

  • Points of Pride

    Monday, 05 07 2018

    Outstanding news and highlights from around campus...

  • Celebrating Successes, Announcing Updates

    Monday, 05 07 2018

    With the end of the spring semester fast approaching, I would like to take a moment to pause, celebrate our successes and announce a few updates. It has been a tremendous academic year, and I am enormously proud of all that we have accomplished thus far. Many of the highlights are captured in the 2017 President's Report.

  • Thank You for Another Great Festival de Cascarones

    Tuesday, 05 01 2018

    We had another great Festival de Cascarones event on Sunday, thanks to the careful planning, hard work and boundless energy of so many people. The first set of photos is available now on our Flickr page, with more being added soon.

  • April

  • Steve Valdez (Student)

    Monday, 04 30 2018

    On the weekend, business major, Stephen “Steve” Valdez, dons a jeweled jumpsuit, fake sideburns and fancy moves as he belts Elvis tunes for senior citizens alongside his mother. And when he’s not exercising his vocal and impersonation talents to seniors, you may find him serenading onlookers on Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) during Campus Karaoke.

  • Tricentennial

    Monday, 04 30 2018

    SAN ANTONIO (April 30, 2018)— To mark the significance of San Antonio’s Commemorative Week and the Tricentennial year, the University of Guadalajara will loan Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) the original San Antonio Constitutive Act document from 1733. This manuscript contains the order from Juan de Acuña, Marquis of Casa Fuerte and Viceroy of New Spain, giving possession of the lands in the San Antonio de Béxar site to the 16 Canarian families that had already settled there. This document formally granted permission to establish the city of San Antonio with a governing body.

  • Update on Fraternity and Sorority Life

    Monday, 04 30 2018

    The Texas A&M University-San Antonio Expansion Committee has completed its current review and selection of fraternities and sororities that were interested in starting chapters at A&M-SA. The committee has decided to extend invitations to one sorority and one fraternity. This decision was based on a thorough application, interview and presentation process.

  • Family First Graduates

    Monday, 04 23 2018

    This semester, graduation is not exclusive to students. On April 17, 17 family members of A&M-SA students graduated from the Family First Seminar. The nine-week program is designed to foster family members' active and ongoing role in student success.

  • Judge Wolff Donation

    Monday, 04 23 2018

    Last week, Bexar County Judge Nelson W. Wolff donated his personal collection of political records and artifacts to A&M-SA's Archives & Special Collections at the Presidio Gallery.

  • Jaguar Awards

    Friday, 04 20 2018

    On April 14, Students, faculty, staff, and families gathered in the Vista Room to celebrate Texas A&M University–San Antonio’s outstanding student leaders at the 5th Annual Jaguar Awards Ceremony.

  • Blaine Beckman (Alumnus)

    Monday, 04 16 2018

    Meet Blaine Beckman ’15, ’17—alumnus, executive, family man and singer.

  • Education Dive

    Monday, 04 09 2018

    Online education news outlet, Education Dive, recently took interest in A&M-SA's inclusive approach for faculty, staff and students. On March 28, the outlet published "Texas A&M-San Antonio looks to city's culture and history to build student success model." The articles explores how the University's distinct mission, approach to accessibility and student success model respond to the unique time and place in which it was founded and operates today.

  • Grad Student

    Monday, 04 09 2018

    Awards abound for Veronica Lopez Guerrero, a graduate student in A&M-SA's Reading Program. She was recently recognized by the Texas Lottery as the Teacher of the Month and was also named Teacher of the Year for SAISD's Hirsch Elementary School.

  • March

  • Early Release

    Monday, 03 26 2018

    In appreciation of your hard work and dedication to Texas A&M University-San Antonio, I have approved early release of employees totaling four hours (1-5 p.m.) on Friday, March 30, 2018.

  • Moriah Torres (Student)

    Monday, 03 26 2018

    Inaugural freshman class member, Moriah Torres, is paving the way to her success one historical document at a time.

  • Dr. Rebekah Piper reviews her multicultural education and literacy research with The Academic Minute

    Monday, 03 26 2018

    Dr. Rebekah Piper, assistant professor of literacy, was featured on a podcast for The Academic Minute detailing her research on multicultural education and literacy research. The Academic Minute is a weekday broadcast featuring researchers from colleges and universities around the world. It is designed to keep listeners apprised of what's new and exciting in the academy, including the many ways academic research contributes to solving the world's toughest problems. Dr. Piper is the first A&M-SA professor to be featured.