Programs Sponsored by Title IX Office & Campus Life
Behavior Intervention and Threat Assessment Team (BIT) – Campus Awareness Requires Everyone (CARE)
The Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) strives to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the entire university community by preventing and resolving incidents of violence across campus, with an emphasis on addressing sexual harassment, stalking, dating and domestic violence, and sexual assault. The BIT Team convenes several times each semester to address issues of safety and violence on campus. To share a concern or make a referral, contact 210-567-2273 or visit the CARE Program by clicking on the corresponding box.
The UT Health San Antonio Police Department Safe Walk program provides uniformed public safety officers to safely escort students, faculty, and staff around campus upon request. Contact 210-567-2800, option 3 or visit the UT Health San Antonio Police Department’s Safe Walk webpage by clicking on the corresponding box.
The HSC Alert is the text and email notification system for emergencies and campus closures at UT Health San Antonio. The UT Health San Antonio community automatically receives HSC Alert messages through members’ uthscsa.edu email accounts. To sign up for an HSC text alert, visit the Campus Status webpage by clicking on the corresponding box and then clicking on HSC Alert. The system will prompt the UT Health San Antonio member to log in and insert his/her/their cell phone number(s) and service provider(s).
Confidential – Campus Resources
UT Health Student Counseling Center
Office Phone: 210-567-2648
24-Hr Crisis Line: 210-567-2648
Student Ombudsperson Services
Mrs. Ellyse Sanchez
Mrs. Le’Keisha Johnson
Faculty Ombudsperson Services
Dr. Bonnie Blankmeyer
UT Employee Assistance Program
(Staff Employees & Faculty)
Phone: 1-800-346-3549 or 713-500-3327
Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
TAASA is not a 24-hour hotline or rape crisis center.
Phone: (512) 474-7190 to be connected to your nearest rape crisis center.
Emergency: Call 911