The College for Health, Community and Policy (HCaP) alumni have become leaders in their communities, serving as city managers, program managers, CEO’s of public and private organizations, public safety officials, social workers, health workers, physician scientists, nurses, therapists, and researchers working to make our cities better places to live.
If you have graduated with a degree in the College for Health, Community & Policy, please feel free to contact our department at HCAP@utsa.edu to let us know what you’ve been up to. Fill out the alumni information form to be added to our e-mailing list.
With alumni and community support we are able to provide funds for student scholarships, research fellowships, and faculty research support that is instrumental in creating new programs. Such capabilities benefit our students and the general public, support endowed chairs, and are a vital source of funds to benefit academic and research related programs.
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We are proud of our alumni and the many accomplishments since graduating from HCaP. We would love to feature your story and the successes you have attained in your personal and professional lives. If you would like to be included in the Alumni Features, please send us a high resolution photo of yourself and a paragraph or two about you life since graduating from HCaP. We are especially interested in how your degree helped shape your career and how you are making an impact in your communities as practitioners of public policy. Please send your story and photo to HCAP@utsa.edu.
We have raised over $25,000 thanks to the generous donations from the Henry B. Gonzalez family, friends and community. The Henry B. Gonzalez Scholarship is currently endowed. It recognizes the Congressman’s many contributions to politics and policies. This scholarship will be awarded on a combination merit and need basis to students enrolled in Criminal Justice and Public Administration. With your help, you can support UTSA Roadrunners in successfully fulfilling their academic and professional goals in a timely manner, so that upon graduation, they will be able to strengthen their society and advance public policy and practice in an increasingly globalized world. Schools of public policy are constantly evolving, and our students will need to have the skills it takes to rise to the challenges of our time to building a sustainable future in our San Antonio communities.