The campus-based support programs at UTSA, Texas A & M, and the Alamo Colleges District are housed in dedicated spaces or centers. Within these centers, students have the opportunity to build a sense of community. Students have access to a campus coach who provides coaching (assessment, direct service, and referrals), a strategy based on the Western Michigan University Coaching model. Our trained coaches administer a biopsychosocial assessment centered on the Casey Family program's seven life domains to evaluate strengths, identify barriers, and measure progress in reaching the student-centered goals. Also, the campus-based programs provide additional supports such as emergency funds, food pantries, school supplies, self-care products, transportation support, and other resources that if left unmet, would be a barrier to their educational success. The campus coach provides direct services within the dedicated space or referrals to campus or community champions to meet the needs of each student.
Below are a list of the dedicated centers and a direct link to their campus website. Click the program name to learn more about the BCFES' campus programs.