Involvement

Fundraising: Logo Use, Approvals and Vendors

Authorized Apparel Vendors.

  • UT Print – (210) 567-2315 Contact: Gary
  • Big Star Branding – (210) 590-2662 Contact: William
  • Leap’ n Logos – (210) 493-5980
  • Volunteer Tees – (210) 818-5842 Contact: Chadwick
  • Lone Star Special Tees – (210) 402-0091

Apparel NOTE:

  • All designs on apparel or printed items MUST be pre-approved before going to print.
    • All designs on apparel or printed items  MUST be emailed to Nancy Arispe Shaw, shawn@uthscsa.edu, in the Office of Communications for written approval before going to print. Please copy StudentOrg@uthscsa.edu in your email). A Student Organization must follow this process regardless of using the official school name/logo or not.
    • Logos include any combination of the name “The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio” or any variation of it, the symbol, colors, or the placement.
    • Students must review the online style guide, http://www.uthscsa.edu/op/styleguide.

Getting Involved

The Office of Student Life advocates for all students, amplifies the collective student voice and facilitates the UTHSCSA student experience through student leadership initiatives, community building, campus-wide events and wellness programming.

Student Life News & Announcements

Student Life will keep you updated and provide upcoming event information and announcements. Student Life coordinates transition programs, which may include peer counseling, social events, and pertinent retention programs. This also involved collaboration with students in the implementation of programs and activities that support students.

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) of the Health Science Center is comprised of representatives and alternates from each school, selected to unify all students and faculty on campus.

Student Organizations

There are more than 80 recognized student organizations on campus. Most are professional- and discipline-specific. Others are cultural, religious, social, or special interest.

Orientation Leaders

Orientation Leaders work with incoming students during the first three weeks of the semester to ease with academic and social transitions to The UT Health Science Center.

Students interested in applying for the Student Regent and a Non-Voting Student Representative to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

 

Orientation Leaders Program

2019-2020 Orientation Dates
 May 12-15, 2019 PA
May 28, 2019 OT
 July 1, 2019 Dental Hygiene
July 29, 2019 Dental
August 15-16, 2019 Physical Therapy
August 13-14, 2019 EHS, MLS, RC
August 13-16, 2019 Graduate School-GSBS

Orientation Leader photos

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Orientation Leaders work with incoming students during the first three weeks of the semester to ease with academic and social transitions to The UT Health Science Center.

Leaders will be expected to attend a one day training session, participate in orientation activities, lead a group of students in a social activity during orientation, and follow up with students within the first three weeks of the semester. The time commitment for orientation leaders is about 6 weeks: one week prior to orientation, the week of orientation, and four weeks after the start of class.

To be considered for a position on the Orientation Leader Team, applicants must be:

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Attend training for student orientation leaders
  • Serve as a role model for incoming students and peers
  • Lead small group discussions with new students
  • Assist in the set-up and break-down of orientation events
  • Assist with orientation registration and check-in
  • Coordinate two orientation social activities for a group of students
  • Other duties as assigned

In order to be considered for a position on the Orientation Leader Team you will need:

  • To be in good academic standing
  • Submit answers to the application questions below

APPLY TODAY!

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: March 22, 2019

Student Organization Resources

Registration

If your organization is not listed on this list, then you have not completed Student Organization Registration for the 12-13 years. All organizations that are not yet registered will be placed on hold beginning September 1, 2012 and will not be able to conduct business.

In order to complete registration for previous or new organizations, please follow these steps:

  • STEP      1: Complete Executive Summary for 11-12 (not applicable for new organizations)
  • STEP      2: Complete Application (to be completed by organization president)
  • STEP      3: Complete Student Organization Training on Knowledge center: Login Here (to be completed by all authorized signers for organization)
    – Click “Course Catalog”
    – Expand “Administrative”
    – Launch “Student Organization Registration”
  • STEP      4: All authorized signers must provide physical signatures in the Office of Student Life (314L MED)
  • STEP      5: All organizations must  maintain a minimum of $25 in their account at all times

Student Organizations

UTHSCSA Student Org

Registered Organizations as of Fall 2021

For a list of Registered Student Organizations, please see the Organizations tab on our Presence site.

*An inquiry for contact information can be made by emailing  Ellyse Sanchez, Sr. Program Coordinator in the Office of Student Life at: sancheze5@uthscsa.edu or check out our Presence page.

Updated as of 4.1.2022

Student Organizations

The Office of Student Life advocates for all students, amplifies the collective student voice and facilitates the UTHSCSA student experience through student leadership initiatives, community building, campus-wide events and wellness programming.

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