The Top 7 Ways to Help Your Alma Mater:

1. Support Scholarships

Your support of scholarships will ensure that UTSA students receive the same quality education that you had. Here are some ways you can help:

    Join the Alumni Association
    Purchase a Pave the Paseo Brick
    Make a gift to Alumni Programs

Because of the support of UTSA alumni and friends, the Alumni Association has awarded more than $850,000 in scholarships to date and its endowment fund has surpassed $1 million. Help us continue this important tradition.

2. Be a Volunteer

Join the many who give their time, resources and ideas to their alma mater! Volunteer efforts continue UTSA's traditions and spread Roadrunner pride. Learn how you can give back through the following activities:

    Alumni Gala
    Alumni Tailgate
    Diploma Dash
    Alumni Association Board of Directors
    Events Committee

Visit our Volunteer Engage Portal to see what events are available to volunteer for and let us know how you want to get involved.

3. Attend Alumni Events

Celebrate the successes of UTSA and fuel the Roadrunner spirit! Going to alumni events not only connects you with fellow alumni but also enhances UTSA's reputation for alumni involvement.

4. Post a Job

Support your fellow Roadrunners by making jobs in your company available to them. Learn about on-campus interviewing, campus career fairs, and posting jobs for free on the Career Services website.

5. Recruit a Roadrunner

Encourage potential Roadrunners to choose UTSA! Share your memories and experiences with potential students in your town or at UTSA Admissions events. See the alumni calendar of events for Admissions recruiting opportunities.

6. Start an Alumni Chapter

Connect with UTSA alumni near you! Organize alumni get-togethers, host game-watch parties, and build the Roadrunner pride in your town. For more information about starting an alumni chapter, email us at

7. Advocate for UTSA

Speak up about issues important to UTSA. Contact your Texas legislative representatives to increase public and legislative support for our state's higher education system and for the betterment of our students.