On Campus

Donations needed for the SECC virtual silent auction

August 2, 2021

The virtual silent auction benefitting the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) begins on Sept. 13, 2021, and the deadline to donate items for the auction has been extended. A description of the item or items you’d like to donate, a photo and value should be submitted to the auction committee no later than Friday, Aug. 27. The deadline was previously Friday, Aug. 13.

Message from the President: Additional caution needed as COVID delta variant cases increase

July 30, 2021

The enhanced spread of the delta variant compels us to reinstate strong recommendations regarding masking and our having no communal or shared meals.

$5 Masquerade jewelry fundraising sale

July 28, 2021

When: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, Aug. 2, Holly Auditorium foyer, Long Campus and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 3, Holly Auditorium foyer, Long Campus. Jewelry and accessories will be on sale for $5 per item. Proceeds will benefit the Gifts for Children program. Cash and credit/debit cards accepted.

From the Chief Operating Officer: COVID-19 testing is available

July 23, 2021

As the demand for COVID-19 testing increases, we are providing instructions for convenient COVID-19 testing at Wellness 360, which serves as the Employee and Student Health Center, through the School of Nursing.

woman walks at UT Health San Antonio wearing a mask.

Message from the President: Announcement about delta variant and masks

July 20, 2021

We at UT Health San Antonio are closely monitoring the recent increase in community prevalence and transmission of the COVID-19 virus. At present, elsewhere and here in San Antonio, the latest surge is predominantly related to spread by the COVID delta variant. The delta variant is about four times more contagious than the original alpha variant and two times more lethal for unvaccinated people. Given the marked increase in community prevalence and spread, it is prudent that we increase our preventive protocols so that we can continue to keep on-campus transmission rates low.

School of Health Professions: Helping people breathe, move, communicate and live better

July 9, 2021

A new video demonstrates how the School of Health Professions prepares students to make a difference in their future professions. “Our students take their outstanding educational and hands-on experiences and use them to do amazing things—to help people breathe better, move better, communicate better and live better,” said School of Health Professions Dean David Shelledy, […]