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General Health


Keep at least a 6 FEET distance between yourself and another person. Avoid large gatherings outside of your living unit of more than 10 people.


If you are going back to campus, keep yourself and others safe by simply wearing a mask. This is one of the easiest ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 as it covers your mouth and nose if you sneeze or cough.

If you have a washable mask, make sure to wash it with each use as bacteria can continue to latch onto your mask. If you have a disposable mask, dispose of it properly.


Wash your hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 SECONDS. This will get rid of any bacteria left on your hands. Handsanitzer will also help, but it SHOULD NOT replace proper hand washing.


- Avoid people that are sick.

- If you are sick, STAY HOME!

- Take in proper nutrition, get enough sleep, and frequently hydrate to keep up a proper immune system.

2020-21 COVID Q &A

Will utsafsa be going virtual this upcoming semester?

As of right now, it will be a on-campus/in-person FSA semester!!! We are following closely with UTSA and their guidelines for bringing back students to campus as well as their decisions for campus organizations. 


Recruiting will never stop. For incoming students, we will always welcome them with open arms (safely). We will use our social media outlets to reach out to those interested or those interested will have the chance to reach out to us.

Will there be changes to our FSA membership fee?

there will be a membership fee of $40 for the full year 

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