Faculty at UT Health San Antonio have diverse academic appointments, reflecting the broad scope of the university’s mission areas: education, research, health care, and community engagement. Our faculty have departmental or school homes, based on their academic and professional expertise; they also may share appointments across research institutes and centers, administrative areas, or community outreach units.
Faculty generally hold their academic appointments in our four schools: Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, and School of Health Professions. Faculty from these four schools are also the core for our academic programs in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Within the area of academic effectiveness, our community may learn more about academic program development as well as program accreditation and program review and assessment. Demographic data about our community are available through the Office of Institutional Research.
Faculty also serve critical roles advising university leaders. In the area of faculty governance, UT Health San Antonio’s Faculty Senate is the primary representative voice of the faculty on issues that may affect the rights, privileges, responsibilities and welfare of the university’s faculty. It provides a means for campus-wide communication among the faculty of all schools as well as between the faculty and administration. http://uthscsa.edu/facultygovt/
The presence of faculty on university-wide standing committees ensures that their expertise across a wide range of institutional responsibilities is garnered as the work of the university is conducted. University-wide standing committees provide advice to institutional units; they can as well perform critical regulatory roles based on federal, state or institutional requirements. http://uthscsa.edu/comm/index.asp
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Reaffirmation of Accreditation
- SACS is our regional accreditation body and in order to maintain accreditation with the Commission on Colleges, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio must comply with the standards contained in the Principles of Accreditation: Foundations for Quality Enhancement and with the policies and procedures of the Commission on Colleges. The requirements of its Principles applies to all applicant, candidate, and member institutions, regardless of type of institution (public, private for-profit, private not-for-profit).
- UT Health Science Center San Antonio Strategic Plan
- UT System Strategic Initiatives
- Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Report Center
- UT System Productivity Dashboard
Employee Health and Wellness
The University’s Employee Health and Wellness Center provides on-campus care, under the direction of School of Nursing. A complete listing of services is available at http://ehwc.uthscsa.edu/. Through the Office of Human Resources, faculty and staff can find information about educational assistance programs, career progression and development, and employee assistance programs. Information is available through My UT Health.
Similar to the faculty, students at UT Health San Antonio affiliate with their academic programs in their schools: Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine; School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, School of Health Professions and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Critical institutional support offices reporting to the Vice President for Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs collaborate with the Schools ensure student success. They include:
Office of the Registrar; Veteran Services and Financial Aid; Title IX; Office of Student Life; Student Counseling Center; the Library; Office of International Services; and Academic, Faculty and Student Ombudsperson and ADA Compliance.
Additionally, the School of Nursing provides on-campus health care for all students. A complete listing of services is available at: http://shc.uthscsa.edu/