Photos: Employees, local businesses discuss opportunities

April 26, 2024

  More than 250 employees visited with more than 30 local business representatives at the recent HUB Vendor Fair at the Holly Auditorium foyer. The fair allows employees institution-wide who are involved in purchasing processes an opportunity to meet with Historically Underutilized Businesses program participants and other local, small businesses who may be able to […]

2024 Presidential Ambassador Scholars recognized

April 25, 2024

UT Health San Antonio’s 2024 Presidential Ambassador Scholars were officially recognized by Acting President Robert Hromas, MD, FACP, on April 23. Hromas, with assistance from the deans and associate deans from the schools, presented each student with their medals and recognized their achievements at the Academic and Administration Building, Room 302, with each ambassador awarded a $5,000 […]

Community Engagement Small Project Grants program awardees announced

April 25, 2024

The Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Health, Community and Policy, are happy to announce that five community-academic partnerships from South Texas have been awarded $5,000 grants as part of the Community Engagement Small Project Grants program. This program enables partnerships to […]

Register your mobile number to receive HSC Alert text messages

April 24, 2024

The quickest way to learn about potential security or emergency issues at UT Health San Antonio campuses and locations is to sign up for text messaging through our university’s emergency communications tool called HSC Alert. HSC Alerts are automatically sent to all and (student) email addresses. However, in order to receive text message […]

Report-A-Problem Service Request has moved to My Service Center

April 23, 2024

As of April 22, UT Health San Antonio’s Report-A-Problem Service Request form for Facilities Management has moved to My Service Center to better facilitate online updates and the organization’s growth. To allow for a seamless transition, Report-A-Problem is similar in appearance to the former submittal form and has the same convenient accessibility from desktops and […]

PeopleSoft HCM is in Transition to Cloud HCM

April 22, 2024

From April 19–29, UT Health San Antonio will be upgrading from its legacy Peoplesoft Human Capital Management system, or HCM system, to a new HCM Cloud suite of Human Resource products. The following applications have availability as indicated during the cutover transition week — Monday, April 22, through Monday, April 29. Employee Self-Service: Personal information such as address, […]