Adobe at UTSA
Innovative tools to build bold futures.
Adobe Creative Cloud tools can be used by anyone to communicate ideas, inspire action, or connect with others. Faculty across every UTSA College uses Creative Cloud – whether they’re instructors in science, technology, design, medicine, history, and more.
For Faculty and Staff
Enhance your courses with Adobe tools
Academic Innovation’s instructional designers can help you leverage Adobe to engage students.
The impact of Adobe tools
How does UTSA’s status as an official Adobe Creative Campus impact student success? The benefit of using these tools is especially evident among students who have been traditionally underserved by higher ed institutions.
A first-of-its-kind study by Civitas Learning, Adobe, and LinkedIn External Link Icon , conducted at UTSA, found that UTSA students are gaining a competitive edge compared to equally matched peers in non-Creative Cloud sections of the same course.
Illuminating the path to a bold future
Use Adobe Creative Cloud to communicate ideas, stand out in your class or career, and create work that engages others.
UTSA Academic Innovation works closely with instructors, students, and staff to create dynamic courses that combine technology and effective teaching strategies.
UTSA’s unique combination of course design, use of collaborative technology, and emphasis on interactive learning experiences prepares students for future careers.
Roadrunners on the Creative Campus
Take a look at just a few ways that students, faculty, and staff are using Adobe Creative Cloud tools at UTSA and in their lives.
UTSA student Laura Coon discussing her use of UTSA's free access to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Assistant Professor Kimberly Fonzo discussing her use of UTSA's free access to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Elizabeth and Karla
UTSA students Elizabeth Salazar and Karla Ruiz talk about how they got started using Adobe. This video is also the transition point between videos that feature Elizabeth to videos that will feature Karla. Best of luck with your career Elizabeth!