Rowdy Corps

What is Rowdy Corps? Rowdy Corps is a community-based work study program aiming to unite UTSA students with the broader San Antonio community. This program provides the opportunity for work study eligible students to gain professional development at a local non-profit or

Service Learning

What is Service-Learning? Service-learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection in an academic course to enrich the student learning experience, instill a sense of civic responsibility, and strengthen communities. Goals of

President’s Volunteer Services Award

President’s Volunteer Service Award Do you volunteer on a regular basis? Did you know that you can could receive a President’s Volunteer Service Award for your dedicated service and volunteerism? The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is an initiative of

Get Involved!

UTSA Engaged is an online portal used by UTSA students, faculty and staff to track and manage community impact. Track and manage community involvement through service learning hours, Rowdy Corps, and independent community service. #UTSAEngaged!


Carnegie Designation

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In 2015, UTSA received the prestigious Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. This is a great honor affirms UTSA’s commitment to engaged scholarship, service-learning and community engagement.

What our Students say:

"Rowdy Corps and The DoSeum have encouraged me to utilize my communications and customers service skills. I am confident this skill-set will serve me in the future when I open my own business."

Beyoncé Carr, Rowdy Corps student
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