Campus-Wide News

    November

  • The Texas A&M University System’s South Texas Data Center Comes Online at A&M-San Antonio

    Monday, 11 13 2017

    Texas A&M University System institutions located near the Gulf Coast can rest easier about the safety of their data and the functionality of their information technology systems should another storm like Hurricane Harvey make landfall. On Thursday, System officials announced the launch of the South Texas Data Center, which will efficiently enhance System operations while providing a safe location for data storage.

  • Funding Available - Strategic Planning Seed Funds

    Sunday, 11 12 2017

    As a reminder, Wednesday, November 22 is the deadline to submit Strategic Planning Seed Fund proposals to your respective Vice President.

  • Remembering Those Who Served

    Saturday, 11 11 2017

    Today, we join our nation in remembering those who served our country in uniform.Through the observance of Veterans Day, we recognize and give thanks for the many selfless sacrifices they and their families have made.

  • Gaby Porras (Student)

    Friday, 11 10 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • Univision San-Antonio and Texas A&M University– San Antonio Unveil Univision Media Lab – Capstone Experience

    Wednesday, 11 08 2017

    KWEX 41 Univision San Antonio, a station that paved the way for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) and Spanish-language television across the United States, announced a new partnership today with Texas A&M University–San Antonio (A&M-SA). Created to help shape the future generation of media professionals, the on-site educational program called ‘Univision Media Lab – Capstone Experience’ begins enrollment in the spring of 2018.

  • Shooting at Texas Church

    Sunday, 11 05 2017

    Today we are shocked and saddened at the senseless violence that has taken the lives of so many innocent people at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, about 30 miles east of San Antonio.

  • West (Alumna)

    Friday, 11 03 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio redesignated as elite cybersecurity campus

    Friday, 11 03 2017

    On October 30, Congressman Will Hurd participated in a ceremony on campus announcing the University's redesignation as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency (NSA).

  • SECC Final Drawing Winners Announced!

    Thursday, 11 02 2017

    It is an exciting day for nine members of the University community who are being announced as winners of the SECC drawing. Each winner gave at least the minimum required amount to SECC and one gave at least a $1,000 donation.

  • October

  • Jan Mundine (Staff)

    Friday, 10 27 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • Dr. William Spindle (Staff)

    Friday, 10 27 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • SECC Lip Sync Battle and Costume Contest Deadline

    Thursday, 10 26 2017

    The time to give in the SECC campaign is wrapping up with a bang. Sign up to participate in the Lip Sync Battle, Costume Contest or both by October 27 - tomorrow. Both events will be held together on October 31 at noon in the Auditorium. This event is open to all faculty, staff and students who are interested in participating or those who simply want to enjoy the show.

  • Alternative Transportation and Parking Task Force Campus Announcement

    Tuesday, 10 24 2017

    There has been a lot of talk about current needs and future plans for campus parking and transportation options at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. These are important topics not only for our students, but also our faculty and staff.

  • C Arce (Student)

    Friday, 10 20 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio announces prestigious NSA redesignation,  U.S. Rep. Hurd will speak at Oct. 30 event celebrating cyber security programs

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio announces prestigious NSA redesignation, U.S. Rep. Hurd will speak at Oct. 30 event celebrating cyber security programs

    Thursday, 10 19 2017

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) announced today that it was redesignated by the National Security Agency (NSA) as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) through the year 2022. This prestigious designation puts the University among a select group of institutions nationwide meeting rigorous federal standards.

  • SECC Giving- Dr. Ed Westermann's Story

    Tuesday, 10 17 2017

    One of the major reasons I enjoy teaching at A&M-San Antonio involves the sense of community I find here among our faculty, staff and students. This sense of community includes not only being part of the University, but also being prepared to help one another in times of need. Like A&M-San Antonio, I believe that the Texas A&M University System, as a whole, is part of a larger community and dedicated to helping those in our state. The recent hurricane that ravaged Houston and parts of the Gulf Coast offer us an opportunity to help fellow Texans who lost their homes and their possessions. The SECC offers a great venue for helping those in need and restating our commitment to community in concrete terms--that is why I chose to participate.

  • Budget Decisions for Fiscal Year 2018

    Tuesday, 10 17 2017

    I am pleased to announce the budget recommendations received from the University Resources Commission (URC) for fiscal year 2018 have been implemented. Despite the uncertainty of state funding in the next biennium, it is important that we continue to right-size our expansion and focus on becoming a national model for student and academic success. The FY18 budget includes additions to recurring base budgets and funding for one-time items, including merit payments for staff and faculty.

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio opens doors to one-of-a-kind Archives and Special Collections in historic downtown building

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio opens doors to one-of-a-kind Archives and Special Collections in historic downtown building

    Tuesday, 10 17 2017

    SAN ANTONIO (October 17, 2017)—Following an October 27 grand opening event, Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) will open the doors to its one-of-a-kind Archives and Special Collections for professional scholars, amateur historians, secondary school teachers and students, media and the general public. A&M-SA will host special exhibits in Presidio Gallery while maintaining thousands of historic manuscripts, maps, photographs, paintings and other artifacts in a vault, all located in the Bexar County Archives Building downtown. The University will showcase the historic Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) Library Collection in Presidio Gallery; future exhibits will feature a broad range of archival collections, including items from the Robert Thonhoff Collection, the Harry Mazal Holocaust Book Collection and the La Prensa Archives.

  • Dr. Frank Madla III (Donor)

    Friday, 10 13 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • Board of Regents Public Hearing

    Thursday, 10 12 2017

    As required by Texas Education Code, the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will hold a public hearing to receive input from students and the public regarding the proposed changes in tuition and fees as shown in Agenda Item 1.1 to be effective with the Fall 2018 and Fall 2019 Semesters.