Welcome to the Academic Success District
The Academic Success District (ASD) collects advising offices, mentoring programs, and other learning hubs and centrally locates them on Main Campus near the Sombrilla Plaza. Throughout the ASD, you’ll find classrooms and collaborative spaces that integrate digital and in-person learning technology and resources.
The Student Success Center
Located at the Student Success Center Building
The Student Success Center (SSC) is dedicated to advising services. It also hosts a call center where students can speak one-on-one with an academic advisor or meet with them in private offices. The hub also hosts the:
The Tomás Rivera Center for Academic Excellence
Located in MS 2.02.18
The Tomás Rivera Center for Academic Excellence (TRC) has been relocated and transformed into a central hub for tutoring services, student success coaching, peer academic coaching, and other academic support programming. The TRC's services include:
The Collaborative Learning Hub
Located in JPL 2.01.12
Students will find a space where they can collaborate, study, and be supported by a team of UTSA staff who are ready to help them connect with tools and resources they need to be successful. Learn more about Supplemental Instruction.
The Mentoring Hub
Located in MH 2.02.02
The Mentoring Hub supports an institution-wide culture that actively recognizes, encourages, and supports first-generation college students to positively impact first-generation retention and graduation rates. Students are placed with trained peer mentors and faculty coaches who are also first-generation college students with a support system. Services include:
Interactive Academic Success District Map
College Student Success Centers
Each college has its own success center that provides students with resources, programs and services tailored to their disciplines in addition to leveraging university-wide initiatives to fully prepare students for their careers.
Classroom upgrades were designed in collaboration with UTSA Facilities and the division of Academic Innovation. There are four classroom personas, each with their own unique combination of integrated learning technologies. Learn more about what is available in the core, connected, active-connected, and Cisco Unified classrooms, and where they are located.
Outdoor Learning Environments (OLÉ)
These versatile areas provide another way for students and faculty to meet – whether as part of a formal course, location for a student organization meeting, or a place to casually catch up outside the classroom. Learn more and book a space.