UTSA | COEHD | University of Texas at San Antonio | College of Edcuation and Human Development
Fri, August 23, 2019

Read The UTSA Today story announcing the new Department


Welcome to UTSA’s Department of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (REGSS). Born from student, community, and university activism, our newly formed department is committed to working with students, community, staff, and faculty to strive towards equality and social justice within the university and society as a whole.


REGSS currently hosts three program areas: African American Studies, Mexican American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. These areas provide opportunities for intellectual growth with an emphasis on decolonial and intersectional approaches towards race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality studies in education.


Given the ongoing problems of racism and sexual violence that continue to impact our institutions and communities, we remain committed to preparing our students to act as agents of social change in academic, legal, and non-profit fields. At REGSS, the staff and faculty remain devoted to helping our students navigate within the university to work towards a more equal and just world. Our website contains more information on program areas and faculty interests. Please contact us with any questions about our department.



Dr. Marco Cervantes

Associate Professor & Interim Department Chair