As an admitted student, your academic advisors are your cheerleaders and coaches during your academic journey. They will review your degree plan with you and help you select the right courses that keep you on track for graduation.
Undergraduate Online Academic Advisors
Get in touch with your academic advisor to prepare for class registration once you complete your New Student Orientation.
Graduate Online Advising
Our Online Graduate team will connect you with your program director to prepare for class registration.
Additional Guidance and Support
Your new student orientation will help acclimate you to the online learning environment at UTSA, provide you an overview of the services you’ll receive from your academic advisors, and inform you about important things to know about your major. All new students must complete this orientation prior to registering for classes.
At the end of the orientation, you’ll be given the ability to make an appointment with your academic advisor.
After you’ve been admitted to UTSA Online, you can sign up for Orientation through your myUTSA Account by clicking on the “Future Roadrunner” tab.
ACOB Tutoring Services
The Carlos Alvarez College of Business offers both personalized and group tutoring to support student success in challenging, quantitative business classes in accounting, economics, finance and management, science, and statistics. Their free tutoring programs include live and on-demand tutoring, review sessions, and study groups.Visit the ACOB Tutoring Services
Pear Deck Tutor (Formerly TutorMe)
Pear Deck Tutor is your pathway to on-demand, individualized learning support – available whenever and wherever you need it. Hundreds of thousands of students just like you have already woven Pear Deck Tutor and the Pear Deck Tutor Writing Lab into their academic routines and habits. Here’s what they love the most:
- Tutors with the experience specific to your classes
- Live tutoring with collaborative tools in a convenient virtual environment
- Feedback on your papers before you turn them in
The UTSA Career Center offers online students access to multiple services!
- Log in to Handshake to connect with resources, schedule appointments, find events, and jobs
- Take the Career Explorer Assessment
- VMock provides you with instantaneous feedback on your resume
- CareerShift lets you find job opportunities from across the nation
- Interview Stream allows you to practice your interview skills from the comfort of your home.
Internships are very important to gain workforce experience in your field. You can find different types of internships at the University Career Center website.Explore More Internships
Participating in a club or organization will give you the opportunity and framework to discover, build, and develop skills needed for your after-college choices, whether it be graduate school, service or work. Learn more about why you should join a student organization and how to join.UTSA Clubs & Organizations
Mental Health Resources
If you or someone you know needs help now, call 911. Notify the operator there is a mental health emergency and ask for trained officers in crisis intervention. Here are more free mental health resources available to everyone:
TimelyCare, a Texas-based provider of virtual health and well-being resources in higher education, is available to ALL UTSA Students, including 100% online students through their mobile app (available on iPhone and Android)
The TimelyCare app provides students with access to 24/7 virtual health and well-being support. Services offered through the new program include:
- On-demand mental health and emotional support
- Scheduled mental health counseling sessions
- Health coaching
- Psychiatry services (by referral)
- Guided self-care content
- Access to free or reduced-cost community resources
Open Counseling is a website that provides a list of the free telephone counseling hotlines and warm lines in the United States including:
- Suicide and Crisis Lines
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Domestic and Sexual Violence
- Eating Disorders
- Grief Support
- LGBTQ Hotlines
- Mental Health Conditions and Family Support
- Sexual Health and Pregnancy
- Specific Disorders
- State Crisis Lines
- State Warm Lines
- Trauma Survivors
- Youth and Parenting