University of Houston-Victoria 2017-2018 President's Annual Report & Excellence Awards: Together we can

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President's Message


Message from the President cont.

Here are just a few of our highlights from 2017-2018:

  • We established the UHV Relief Fund to assist our students impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Thanks to a $100,000 donation from the Rebuild Texas Fund; significant gifts from Communities Foundation of Texas, the Albert E. & Myrtle Gunn York Trust and Scholarship America; and donations from UHV employees, alumni, friends and other organizations, the university was able to award a total of $123,193 to 211 students and continues to provide aid to students with financial hardships because of the hurricane.
  • We broke ground in Victoria on the three-story, 272-bed Don & Mona Smith Hall, our new residence hall slated for completion in fall 2019.
  • The university joined leaders from the University of Houston for a groundbreaking ceremony for UH Katy, an 80,000-square-foot building at the northeast corner of Grand Parkway and Interstate 10 that will offer both UH and UHV degree programs when it opens in fall 2019.
  • UHV celebrated with a “topping out” ceremony of University Commons, the university’s first student center. University Commons also will include a modern library and is set to open in spring 2019 in Victoria.
  • The university unveiled its first alma mater, which started as a Student Government Association initiative but grew to involve faculty, staff and alumni working together to develop the school song.
  • Readers of the Katy Times newspaper voted UHV the Best College in Katy for the third year in a row.
  • The Bennett-Wood Family donated 65 acres of land to UHV near the Victoria Regional Airport for the future location of an athletics complex.
  • We launched the public phase of the UHV Here, We Go fundraising campaign with the announcement of an $839,775 donation from the M.G. and Lillie A. Johnson Foundation and raised a total of $1,995,108 by the end of the fiscal year, an all-time fundraising record for UHV in one year.
  • Numerous national organizations ranked UHV for our affordable and quality online degree programs.

Because of the start of the school year and all the obstacles we overcame with your help to have a successful year, our theme for the annual report is Together We Can.

As you look through this website, be sure to view the short videos featuring students, faculty, alumni and community members talking about how UHV has made a difference in their lives. You also will see photos from the annual report dinner and videos of our special recognition award recipients.

As I look at the changes UHV is undergoing, I am very thankful for the support we have from Victoria and the region. Without our students, faculty and staff, our generous donors and our supportive community, these accomplishments would not have been possible. Remember, Together We Can make a difference.


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Robert K. Glenn
President, University of Houston-Victoria


Academic & Community Partnerships


Academic Highlights

UHV received nearly $2 million in donations in Fiscal Year 2018, an all-time fundraising record for the university. Gifts supported 101 different programs, initiatives and areas of the university, and came from a record-setting 1,127 individuals and organizations, including alumni, friends, corporations, foundations, and UHV employees and students. For the third consecutive year, alumni participation was the highest on record, and more than 48 percent of full-time UHV employees made donations to the university.

Here are some academic highlights from UHV’s three schools and examples of community partnerships that took place in 2017-2018:

School of Arts & Sciences

  • The UHV/American Book Review Reading Series celebrated bringing its 100th author to Victoria for a community reading and book signing, workshop with UHV and high school students, and reception. The series started in 2006 with a reading by novelist Graciela Limon. Kwame Dawes, a poet and English professor at the University of Nebraska, was the 100th author.
  • The National Science Foundation awarded UHV a $645,677 grant to help increase enrollment, retention and graduation of low-income students majoring in mathematics and computer science.
  • Diana López, an associate professor of creative writing, was selected by Disney to write a book adaptation for middle school students of the movie “Coco.” UHV hosted readings and signings of “Coco: A Story About Music, Shoes and Family” in both Victoria and Katy.
  • Numerous ranking organizations recognized UHV degrees for their affordability and quality. This included College Choice, which ranked UHV second on its Most Affordable Online Master’s in Forensic Psychology Degrees list and 10th on its Best Online Master’s in Forensic Psychology Degrees list. The Specialist in School Psychology, the highest degree offered at UHV, was listed in Online Psychology Degrees’ Top 30 Online Master’s Degrees in Educational Psychology. Other degree programs that achieved rankings included the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies and the Bachelor of Science in criminal justice.

School of Business Administration

  • UHV streamlined its Global and Strategic Master of Business Administration programs to accommodate students’ changing lifestyles and better prepare them to compete in the business world. This included revamping the credit requirements and fees for both degrees.
  • Eleven students each received a $2,000 scholarship to help pay for a two-week trip to China where they learned about the history and culture of the country and how those elements impact business strategies. The scholarships were made possible through a $600,000 donation in 2013 from Chinese businessman Bingxin Wu.
  • Undergraduate business students helped create a social media plan for the Victoria-based National Association of Steel Pipe Distributors. Students in the top two teams that developed plans were invited to speak at the association’s annual convention and network with industry professionals. The association currently uses the students’ social media plans.
  • Top Management Degrees placed UHV’s MBA on its list of the 50 Most Affordable Online MBA Programs in the nation, and Online MBA Today recognized UHV for offering one of the top 10 online MBAs in Texas. Both ranking organizations only looked at MBAs from accredited universities with accredited business schools. The UHV School of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, which accredits less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide.

School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development

  • The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education accredited the university’s Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing through 2023, and the first 10 nurses graduated from the program.
  • UHV began offering a graduate-level dyslexia certificate to educators who want to work with students who have dyslexia. Students have the option to enroll in additional classes to earn a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction with a concentration in literacy studies.
  • Fifteen of the 27 Teachers of the Year at schools in Victoria Independent School District were UHV alumni. These award-winning teachers were selected based on nominations from their campus peers.
  • Ninety-five percent of UHV students seeking initial teacher certification passed the Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities test, which is one of the state exams required to become a teacher in Texas, and 92 percent of students seeking additional certifications passed their content examinations. Students took the state exams in 11 different areas, and in eight of the areas, 100 percent of the students passed.

Community Partnerships

  • The M.G. and Lillie A. Johnson Foundation donated $50,000 to campus security for the purchase of a security cart, pickup truck, safety cones and security system.
  • UHV Athletics hosted A Night for the Jaguars, a dinner, dance and live auction that raised $25,000 for scholarships for UHV student-athletes. 
  • The “Meet the Poet” series brought a screening of “Polis is This,” a film about poet Charles Olson, and a discussion that featured UHV faculty Charles Alexander, Cynthia Miller and Kyle Schlesinger. The series also featured a reading of William Blake’s poetry and a public forum about Blake’s work led by Alexander, UHV faculty Saba Razvi and Anthony Madrid, and poet Gregory Ford.
  • UHV students gave $1,824 to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent. The students donated meals from their UHV dining plans, and the meals then were converted into dollars by the university.
  • UHV sponsored the Texas Collegiate League All-Star Game, giving away free tickets to community members to attend the game. Fans also received UHV giveaways and took part in contests between innings and a special drawing.
  • The UHV Small Business Development Center and School of Business Administration hosted a Victoria simulcast of Leadercast, a worldwide leadership conference, and hosted its first Leadercast Women conference. Leadercast’s theme was “Lead Yourself,” and Leadercast Women’s theme was “Powered by Purpose.”
  • Student Life hosted a one-woman play, “Evolution of a Black Girl: From the Slave House to the White House,” as part of Black History Month events. In addition, UHV took part in the Black History Parade organized by the Victoria Black History Steering Committee Inc.
  • The SBDC helped business owners from an 11-county region apply for U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loans to help with physical damages or losses of business income after Hurricane Harvey. 
  • The three winners of a Black History Month Poster Contest for fifth-graders won UHV scholarships. The theme for the contest was “African Americans in Times of War.” All the winners were honored at a poster contest reception, and participants’ posters were on display at UHV during February.
  • UHV hosted the lecture “500 Years After Luther’s Protest: The Protestant Reformation and Its Legacy” about Martin Luther and the legacy of the Protestant Reformation. The lecture was presented by John Braun, a Lutheran scholar and former president of Northwestern College in Watertown, Wis.
  • Eva Bueno, a professor of Spanish and Portuguese at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, donated her late husband’s collection of 2,500 books to UHV. Terry Caesar was a writer and professor. The books are available to read in Room 109 of the Totah Building.
  • A grant from the Trull Foundation funded two UHV Aquatic Science Camps that taught nine middle and high school students about how fertilizer affects aquatic ecosystems.
  • UHV International Programs hosted its third annual International Festival. The festival featured dances, cultural displays and a flag procession. The Victoria Northside Rotary Club donated $2,500, and UHV Student Life donated $400 to help fund the event.
  • The UHV School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development presented two spring symposiums. Cheryl Craig, an education professor at Texas A&M University, talked about why English as a Second Language teachers are leaving the teaching profession. Seniye Vural, a Fulbright visiting scholar from Turkey, discussed how teachers can train students to be lifelong learners. 
  • The Student Government Association hosted the 15th annual Giving Tree, a holiday charity drive that provided donations to two organizations: Adopt-A-Pet and Mid-Coast Family Services.
  • UHV installed a donor recognition display on the wall outside the University North Multi-Purpose Room. The display is divided into four sections to honor different levels of giving and donor categories.
  • The UHV Downtown Arts Series hosted several free events, featuring poets, authors, artists and musicians, to stimulate dialogue about the arts as a presence in people’s lives.
  • Victoria Preservation Inc. donated copies of “Historic Homes of Victoria, Texas” to the Victoria College/UHV Library.
  • UHV hosted the 31st annual Martín De León Symposium on the Humanities. The theme was “En Lucha: Mexican Americans and Educational Protest.”
  • The Victoria TX Indie Film Festival screened three full-length films and two short films at UHV. In addition to the screenings, the festival offered a discussion with actress Paz De La Huerta after the showing of her film, “Bare.”
  • The VC/UHV Library hosted a Banned Books Week Read Out during national Banned Books Week to raise awareness and show the variety of books that are banned and challenged in the U.S.
  • The Victoria Art League hosted an art show in its Judy and Jim Fieg Gallery that featured 39 paintings and drawings by 32 UHV art students.
  • More than 200 high school students from nine area schools took part in the 23rd annual Mathematics & Robotics Awareness Day at UHV, and the top scorers in math and computer science tests each received a trophy and an iPad tablet. The event was made possible by a $20,000 Alcoa Foundation grant. The grant also funded an after-school robotics class for high school students as well as a Robotics Summer Camp and Math Summer Camp at UHV.
  • The VC/UHV Library hosted Grants 101: Finding Funders & Writing Successful Grants to help area nonprofit organizations learn how to write effective grant proposals and find funding.
  • The UHV International Programs Office hosted a performance by Houston-based musical ensemble Riyaaz Qawwali and a dinner. The event was sponsored by Victoria internist Dr. Sanjeev Bhatia and his wife, Vandana Bhatia, and Alok and Renu Katarya from Marble Slab Creamery.
  • UHV began raising funds to create the Dr. Li Chao Memorial Scholarship Endowment in honor of Chao, a beloved computer science and mathematics professor who passed away in November 2017.
  • The UHV School of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series featured speaker, author and coach Todd Dewett talking about the importance of authenticity in first impressions.


Student Affairs & Athletics


Together We Can Inspire

During 2017-2018, students took part in numerous activities on and off campus. More than 100 students learned leadership skills at the fourth annual ROAR Leadership Conference, and several students earned certifications in the ROAR Certified Leader program, which encouraged them to think critically about their leadership skills and how those skills could impact their future careers. They also gave back by participating in the fourth annual Alternative Spring Break trip to New Orleans and Baton Rouge, La., and several Jags Join In – Days of Service, including a trip to clean up homes in Rockport after Hurricane Harvey.

Athletics celebrated another year of successes both on and off the field. The men’s soccer team won its first ever Red River Athletic Conference regular season and tournament titles to advance to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships. The softball team also claimed its first RRAC tournament title and made its sixth trip to the NAIA National Championship. In the classroom, numerous athletes earned recognition at the local, conference and national levels.

Here are some more of the year’s highlights:


  • For the third straight year, UHV was named a NAIA Champions of Character Five-Star Institution.
  • The men’s soccer team was awarded the NAIA Buffalo Funds Five-Star Champions of Character Award. The award recognizes a team that displays exemplary character and sportsmanship on the field or court, on campus and in the community. This includes outreach presentations of the five core values of the Champions of Character program – integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership.
  • Golfer Leah Lerma and men’s soccer player Reece Hanningan were named the UHV Athletes of the Year.
  • Espen Hansen was named the Jaguars’ first NAIA All-American for men’s soccer after being named an honorable mention selection.
  • Hansen and Hannigan were named to the first team of the United Soccer Coaches NAIA All-Southwest Region men’s soccer team, while Palemon Plancarte and Brody Patience were named to the second team.
  • UHV started Jobs After Graduation, or JAG, a comprehensive student-athlete enhancement program dedicated to providing learning and internship opportunities for student-athletes.
  • Hannigan was named the first Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete for men’s soccer.
  • Plancarte was named the RRAC Defensive Player of the Year in men’s soccer, while Hannigan, Hansen and Patience were named to the first team all-conference. Named to the second team were Brian Foulger, Kyle Davison-Gordon and Connagh Wilks.
  • UHV men’s soccer coach Adrian Rigby was named the RRAC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year.
  • Senior Emily Lupton was named the RRAC all-conference first team in women’s soccer for the third straight year.
  • Kelly Cook and Jaiden Lauterbach were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes in women’s soccer.
  • Student-athletes Madeline Herrera, Chase Almendarez and Uriel Garcia were named 2018 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Semifinalists for their respective sports with Herrera and Almendarez named winners in their individual sports.
  • UHV, in conjunction with Advanced-Online, announced the launch of a new online store featuring Jaguars-branded items.
  • Academics remained a priority as 65 student-athletes earned the RRAC GPA Award. Twenty-nine student-athletes were named to the UHV President’s List/Deans’ List in the fall and 31 in the spring.
  • Softball player Michelle Revels was named the RRAC Betty Etier Female Character Athlete of the Year.
  • Almendarez was named a Google Cloud Academic All-America College Division second team recipient in baseball and was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District 4 College Division Team.
  • Herrera, Revels, Madison Kucera and Jordan Hoefling were recognized as 2018 Daktronics-NAIA Women’s Softball Scholar Athletes.
  • Baseball coach Terry Puhl had a street named after him in his hometown of Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • Athletics Director Ashley Walyuchow was elected as the NAIA-Athletics Directors Association third vice president and selected as an NAIA-ADA mentor.
  • The men’s golf team captured its fourth PGA Minority Golf Championship title.
  • Marissa Longoria was named the RRAC Defensive Player of the Year in softball, while Kelsey Tidrick was named to the all-conference first team, and Lisa Sosa, Angelica Davidson and Peyton Branham to the second team. Alyssa Dial was named to the RRAC Champions of Character Team.
  • Joshua Fonseca earned recognition on the RRAC all-conference first team in baseball, while Almendarez was named to the RRAC Champions of Character team.
  • Jonathan Jimenez and Nathaniel Pena combined for a no-hitter in a 1-0 loss to the Louisiana State University at Alexandria Generals.

Student Affairs

  • Career Services assisted more than 580 students with job searches and career coaching through individual sessions. The office also hosted 47 career-related programs, job fairs and workshops.
  • A free food pantry and career closet called JP's Market opened to UHV and Victoria College students. The market was a huge success, serving 432 students and providing 9,743 pounds of food.
  • UHV hosted its third annual Family Weekend. Collaborating with Athletics and the City of Victoria, more than 200 students and their families enjoyed two days of activities that included a magic and circus duo, tailgate, concert, 5K race, UHV soccer game and Bootfest in downtown Victoria.
  • UHV hosted its third annual homecoming week. The week featured a tailgate, carnival, concert, alumni banquet, treasure hunt, talent show, comedy show and powderpuff game. The theme was Lights, Camera, JAXNATION.
  • Participation in intramural sports grew with the continuation of the Cross Campus Challenge: Battle for the Cup. More than 200 students from UHV and VC competed on flag football, volleyball, basketball and soccer teams. VC won the traveling trophy after UHV’s two-year winning streak.
  • Residence Life started the year at 97 percent occupancy in the university’s residence halls. This was a 2 percent increase from the previous year.
  • Residence Life, with help from the Residence Hall Association, implemented a new student lottery system that allowed returning students to select rooms for the new academic year.
  • Eighty-six percent of UHV students living in university housing indicated they were satisfied with their residential living experience in the Quality of Residential Life Survey. This is well above the national average, and represented a 2 percent increase from the prior academic year.
  • Despite Hurricane Harvey, Student Life provided more than 170 activities for students, including more than a dozen multicultural events.
  • Ten student organizations were chartered at the annual Student Organization & Leadership Banquet. UHV has 32 officially chartered student organizations with more forming as interest groups.
  • The Counseling Center saw a 77 percent increase in student appointments from the prior academic year and hosted more than 30 programs related to substance abuse and mental health.
  • Disability Services continued to see a rise in students receiving academic accommodations and support services. More than 135 students registered with the office, ensuring they received equal access to participate in and benefit from UHV academic programs and activities.


Awards & Highlights


Awards & Highlights

Numerous local, state and national organizations also recognize UHV students, alumni, faculty and staff for their achievements.

Here are some awards and highlights from 2017-2018:

UHV Special Recognition Awards

  • Student Leadership Award – Alvaro De La Cruz
  • Community Partnership Award – The Rebuild Texas Fund
  • People Who Make a Difference Award – Bennett-Wood Family
  • Presidential Medal – Roger Welder­

Students & Alumni Achievements

The following is a representative collection of UHV student and alumni accomplishments:

Faizon Matthews and Genesis Corona were named UHV Homecoming king and queen.

Tenna Thompson (1981) was given the 2018 Distinguished Alumna Award, and Ben Zeller (2005) was recognized as the Young Alumnus of the Year during the UHV Alumni Banquet.

Jocelyne Martinez was named the Student Volunteer of the Year during the annual UHV Student Organization and Leadership Banquet. The Jaguar Cheer Team, founded by Jacklyn Medina, was named the Student Organization of the Year, and Julian Carrizales, Cesar Gonzalez, Randall Jasek, Kevin Moreno and Keir Walker were recipients of the Spirit of the Jaguar award.

Treysi Diaz Deleon earned a certification in all four areas of the UHV ROAR Certified Leader certification program, receiving the title of Distinguished ROAR Certified Leader.

Vito Lozano collected donations and brought them in a semitrailer to Victoria to distribute after Hurricane Harvey. A member of the UHV Campus Lions Club, Lozano worked with UHV students and staff, and members of two Lions Clubs in Victoria to hand out the donations.

Waqas Ahmed, Matthew Cianciosi, Jeanelle Lopez and Ali Tamanna were ranked in the weekly Top 100 of the Global Business Simulation competition four times during the eight-week program. This was a record for UHV Global Master of Business Administration teams participating in the competition.

Lee Crews (1999), chief operations officer for the Katy Independent School District, joined the UHV President’s Regional Advisory Board.

Rohanna Pacheco (2018) was hired by the San Diego Padres as part of the Major League Baseball Diversity Fellowship Program. The fellowship was created to help young, diverse professionals gain access to front-office positions that involve influential decisions.

Kulsoom Masood, a student at Habib University in Karachi, Pakistan, came to UHV for a semester as part of the U.S. Department of State’s Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Pakistan.

Gabrielle Garza and Emmelynn Junek each received $1,000 Preservice Teacher Scholarships from the Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Kameron Kitchen and Valerie Hang submitted education papers for the Don Luck Award at the National Social Science Association conference. Kitchen won first place for her paper, and Hang was runner-up.

Kameron Kitchen and Valerie Hang submitted education papers for the Don Luck Award at the National Social Science Association conference. Kitchen won first place for her paper, and Hang was runner-up.

Faculty & Staff Achievements

The following is a representative collection of UHV faculty and staff accomplishments:

Armando Chavez-Rivera received a John W. Kluge Center fellowship at the U.S. Library of Congress, allowing him to have better access to original sources for his research about the Spanish language in the Caribbean. 

Jay Lambert was given the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education’s John Jones Award for Outstanding Performance as a Senior Student Affairs Officer for Region III. The region includes Texas and most of the Southeastern U.S.

Stuart Sherman graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Basic Academy at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md. He later received a 2018 Lifesaving Award at the University of Houston Police Department’s Badge Pinning Ceremony for performing CPR on a church member who collapsed during service.

Katherine Bacon was awarded the Molly Gerald Human Rights Award by the Texas Counseling Association for her work advocating for children in foster care. She also earned the UHV Distinguished Faculty Service Award.

George Rodriguez, Paul Ebner and Marci Wallace were recognized by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors Association and the College Sports Information Directors Association for their work promoting UHV Athletics. In the two organizations’ publications and media contests, they won awards that included first and second place for UHV athletic schedule cards and first place for the baseball program. Wallace was recognized for her work redesigning the athletics website. 

Lindsey Ortiz was recognized by the Victoria Business and Education Coalition for her 11 years as a mentor at Hopkins Elementary School.

Mark Ward Sr. received the 2017 Clifford G. Christians Ethics Research Award for his work compiling and editing a two-volume book series about the effect of mass media in evangelical churches. He also published a book, “The Lord’s Radio: Gospel Music Broadcasting and the Making of Evangelical Culture, 1920-1960,” and his research was featured in three books. In addition, he earned the UHV Research and Scholarly Activity Excellence Award.

Denise Prescott was named UHV’s 2017 Employee of the Year. 

Justin Bell earned the UHV Teaching Excellence Award.

Barba Patton was awarded the Oscar for Achievement during the National Social Science Association conference.

Lauren Emerson published her short story, “Invasion of the Brain-scratchers” in the “Eclectically Heroic” anthology collection. 

Carol Klages received a certified dyslexia therapist license from the Apple Group. The program prepares educators to become dyslexia specialists and therapists, and teach reading to students with dyslexia.

Jeffrey Cass and Trudy Wortham were part of a team that won first place for the third consecutive year in a Bowl-A-Thon hosted by Victoria Lions Club chapters. The event raised money for the Lions Eye Bank of Texas.

Beverly Tomek co-edited a book, “New Directions in the Study of African American Recolonization,” and received a Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from Texas State University. 

Marketing & Communications staff members worked on projects that earned the university seven ADDY awards for advertising excellence from the American Advertising Federation-Corpus Christi chapter, including a Gold ADDY award for the university’s 2017 website redesign. Members of the department who worked on the redesign were Paula Cobler (2018), Marci Wallace, Eric Chacon, Shane Blucher, George Rodriguez, Jeremy Shapiro, Warren Diprose, Felicity Medrano, Akalina Sanchez, Chris Perez and Lauren Emerson. A Gold ADDY award also went to Rodriguez for the 2017 UHV Baseball Game Day Program cover design, and Rodriguez, Sanchez and Perez for a campaign of four UHV/American Book Review Reading Series posters. UHV also was recognized with a Silver ADDY award for print pieces promoting the 2016-2017 UHV President’s Annual Report & Excellence Awards, a joint effort between the creative services, communications and administrative staff within the department and UHV Special Events Coordinator Nancy Gresham.

Janelle Bouknight, Liping Wei, Sherry Vafa and Harry Bashaw were honored for their outstanding work in the UHV School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development.

Jang-Woo Park was appointed to the Mathematics Field of Study Advisory Committee by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The committee identifies the block of courses students may transfer to higher education institutions.

Ashley Walyuchow was elected to the third vice president position for the 2018-2019 membership year of the NAIA-Athletics Directors Association.

Joseph Locke helped spearhead the development of a free and open online U.S. history textbook called “The American Yawp.”

Ludmi Herath was named the UHV Student Organization Advisor of the Year for her work advising the International Student Organization. She received the award during Student Organization and Leadership and Leadership Banquet.

Karen Camargo was honored with the UHV Nursing Program Johnson Foundation Endowed Professorship for two years.

Brandon Lee was elected as the director of assessment for the Texas Association of College & University Student Personnel Administrators Board of Directors.

Michelle Ruiz co-authored a paper that won best paper in the health care, hospitality management and public administration category at the Southern Management Association Conference. The paper examined how hospital mergers impact retention of nurses.

The Numbers


Operating Revenues and Expenditures

Fiscal Year 2018 Revenues*

Total: $71.2 million

Fiscal Year 2018 Expenditures*

Total: $71.7 million

Financial Aid

Financial Assistance
Type of Assistance FY 2014 FY 2018
Scholarships $   1,656,073 $   2,948,038
Grants $   8,599,674 $ 12,186,062
Loans $ 21,716,565 $ 21,970,904
Short-Term Loans $   2,989,172 $   3,856,282
Work Study $      164,770 $      203,537
Total Financial Aid $ 35,126,254 $ 41,164,823

Student Enrollment

UHV Student Enrollment
Fall 2018
Undergraduate 3,297
Graduate 1,084
Total 4,381

Our Donors



Below is a list of UHV’s donors in 2017-2018:


  • AAA Air Conditioning
  • Ms. Cassie Abbott
  • Mr. Mustafa Abidi
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mike Abrameit
  • Mr. Ryan Christopher Abrego
  • Accutrans
  • Ms. Janet Aceves
  • Mr. Andres Acosta-Aponte
  • Mr. Robert Leonard Adams Jr.
  • Ms. Perla Aguado
  • Ms. Valeria E. Aguirre
  • Mr. Alexandre Aidov
  • Alamo Concrete
  • Dr. Roselia Alaniz
  • Albert & Margaret Alkek Foundation
  • Albert E. & Myrtle Gunn York Trust
  • Ms. Danya Alcaraz
  • Alcoa Foundation
  • Ms. Krystal M. Alcorta
  • Ms. Amber Jo Alegria
  • Mr. Frank Aleman
  • Ms. Sarah Naomi Alex
  • Mr. Ammar Hani Al-Kilane
  • Allan’s Wrecker Service
  • Ms. Lissette Velez Almanzar
  • Mr. Jerry Alonso
  • Ms. Valerie Nicole Alvarado
  • American Electric Power
  • Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Anderson
  • Anderson, Smith, Null & Stofer LLP
  • Ms. Valyn Antrich
  • Mr. John Anyanwu
  • Aqua Beverage Co. Inc
  • Ms. Caroline Arellano
  • The Honorable and Mrs. Will Armstrong
  • Armstrong Warehouse & Transfer Co.
  • Mrs. Grace Arnold
  • Mr. Gerado Arrambide
  • Ms. Victoria Arriaga
  • Ms. Cierra Jade Ashley
  • Association of Builders & Contractors of Victoria
  • Ms. Diana Au
  • Dr. Linda Autry
  • Ms. Olajumoke Awe


  • Mr. and Mrs. John Bagwell
  • Dr. Sharon M. Bailey
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. Baker
  • Mr. Robert Baker
  • Ms. Kari M. Barrios
  • Ms. Michelle N. Bates
  • Mrs. Sally Aman and Mr. Mark Barnes
  • Mr. and Mrs. David Baros
  • Mrs. Lisa Barr
  • Ms. Kari Barrios
  • Ms. Michelle Bates
  • Dr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Bauknight
  • Ms. Miranda Celeste Beaver
  • Mr. Tyler Jason Belcik
  • Mrs. Joann M. Bell
  • Dr. Justin Bell
  • Ms. Sharna L. Beltran
  • Ms. Rebecca Sue Benchot
  • Bennett-Wood Family
  • Mr. Jeremy Paul Bentulan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beran
  • Mr. and Mrs. Homer F. Berger
  • Mr. Charles Bernstein
  • Ms. Laura Rhiannon Bertsch
  • Dr. Sanjeev Bhatia
  • Ms. Maricarmen Bickham
  • Ms. Marina B. Biggs
  • Ms. Britany Billings
  • Black History Steering Committee
  • Mr. Willie J. Black Jr.
  • Ms. Erin Dawn Blackmon
  • Mrs. Judy E. Blackwell
  • Ms. Michelle N. Blair
  • Ms. Amanda Nichole Blalock
  • Ms. Kiana Marie Blanquez
  • Blanquita’s No. 2 Mexican Restaurant
  • Mr. Craig Allen Blase
  • Mr. Steven Joseph Blattau
  • Bluebonnet Youth Ranch
  • Ms. Carolyn Bluhm
  • Bobwhite Energy Services
  • Mr. Cody Alan Boehm
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Bohner
  • Mr. and Mrs. Doug Borden
  • Mr. August Bordovsky
  • Mr. Sebastien Amos Bossous
  • Mr. Darrell Lamont Bostic
  • Ms. Jennifer N. Boswell
  • Ms. Fatima Ezzahra Boulares
  • Mr. Lee Adam Bowman
  • Ms. Brook Ashley Dyanne Boykin
  • Ms. Katie T. Bozant
  • Mr. Philip Earl Bradford
  • Brannan Paving Company Inc.
  • Ms. Julie J. Jauer Braun
  • Ms. Rosielie F. Brett
  • Mrs. Barbara B. Briggs
  • Bright Idea Media
  • Ms. Tracy Ann Britt
  • Ms. Audriel S. Brooks
  • Mr. John M. Brown
  • Mr. Lawrence Solomon Brown
  • Ms. Sarah Brown
  • Mr. Wade Scott Brown
  • Ms. Nashere Lakeva Brown-Simon
  • Ms. Dominique Nicole Bryant
  • Ms. Darian K. Bubenik
  • Ms. Julie A. Buchhorn Wardi
  • Dr. Eva P. Bueno
  • Ms. Emily Ann Buhler
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Burke
  • Ms. Sharon Burke
  • Ms. Shannon Burleigh
  • Ms. Edricka M. Burns
  • Mr. Ethan Burtram
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  • Schulenburg Printing & Office Supplies
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Schwartz
  • Ms. Brandy Alayne Scott
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bryce M. Scott
  • Mrs. Lee Scott
  • Ms. Paige Kathryn Scotten
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ron Seerden
  • Mr. Bill Seerden and Mrs. Mardie Ellington
  • Ms. Shana Renee Sellew
  • Mrs. Lidia Serrata and Mr. Alfred Ledesma
  • Mr. Bryn Micah Sessums
  • Ms. Sunday Lee Sewalt
  • Ms. Christine Dawn Sewell
  • Ms. Bhairavi Parag Shah
  • Ms. Brittni Michelle Sharp
  • Mr. G. Dennis Shay
  • Dr. William B. Shay
  • Mr. Maxwell Sheldon
  • Mr. Stuart A. Sherman
  • Ms. Ashley L. Shields
  • Mr. Adam Shugart
  • Ms. Cheryl Shumbera
  • Mr. John Shutt
  • Mr. Adam Sierra
  • Mr. Diego Alonso Sierra
  • Sign Crafters
  • Ms. Michelle Simental
  • Ms. Georgia Hannetta Simmons
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Simons
  • Ms. Bianca A. Singh
  • Ms. Ashley M. Sisson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sitka
  • Dr. and Mrs. Don N. Smith
  • Ms. Jean E. Smith
  • Ms. Rhiannon R. Smith
  • Ms. Sallie J. Smith
  • Mr. and Mrs. Terry Smith
  • Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wayne Smith Jr.
  • Dr. Wayne D. Smith
  • Snelling Personnel Services Victoria
  • Mr. and Mrs. R. Larry Snider
  • Dr. Dmitri Sobolev
  • Mr. Sean Sockard
  • Ms. Sophia Solano
  • Ms. Felice Michelle Solis
  • Ms. Suhai Aglhaen Solis
  • Ms. Goldie Newton Sonnier
  • Mr. Frank Sorrel Jr.
  • Ms. Martina L. Southerland
  • Ms. Briana Antionette Sparks
  • Mr. Greg Spears
  • Ms. Jillian Michele Spowart
  • Dr. and Mrs. John Starkey
  • Ms. Dunae Nanette Stehling
  • Mr. Christopher J. Stevens
  • Mr. Trevor Stluka
  • Mr. Ronald Stock
  • Mr. Mark D. Stout
  • Ms. Deanna E. Straarup
  • Ms. Dovie Strange
  • Ms. Nakeshia Yomia Strange
  • Mrs. Sharla Vee Strauss
  • Ms. Bridget B. Striedel
  • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Striedel
  • Dr. S. Stubblefield and Dr. D. Jezioro
  • Ms. Perla Studer
  • Ms. Sydney Jordan Stuhrenberg
  • Mr. Siem Chan Su
  • Mr. Michael P. Sudheimer
  • Mrs. Gloria Sukenick
  • Mr. Michael Rogers Sutherland
  • Ms. Brenda E. Svetlik
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ziad Swaidan
  • Mr. Jack Swanson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swearingen
  • Ms. Casey Lynn Swenson
  • Mrs. Linda Swickheimer


  • Ms. Bobbi Jo Talafuse
  • Ms. Hilary Tallman
  • Mr. Renato Tan
  • Mr. Kenneth Lee Tarpley
  • Ms. Alexandra Suzanne Taylor
  • Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo V. Teixeira
  • Ms. Mireya Tejada
  • Tejas Production Services Inc.
  • Ms. Stephanie Tello
  • Texas Glass & Tinting
  • Texas Roadhouse
  • Mr. Disengomoka Emile Tezzo
  • Mr. Walter Earl Thanars
  • The Dow Chemical Co. Foundation
  • The First State Bank
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Todd Thetford
  • Dr. Debora D. Thomas
  • Mr. Jarveron Bruce Thomas
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lane and Phyllis Keller
  • Ms. Sarah Thomas and Mr. Sean Williams
  • Ms. Carol Venita Tippins
  • Ms. Simone Tipton
  • TISD
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Titt
  • Ms. Prabha Todai
  • Dr. Beverly Christine Tomek
  • Mr. Diego Torres
  • Mr. and Ms. Enrique Torres
  • Mrs. Jasmine M. Torres
  • Ms. Kathy Ann Torres
  • Mr. Oscar Allen Torres
  • Ms. Tram T. Tran
  • Ms. Julia Selma Trevino
  • Ms. Kaleena R. Trevino
  • Ms. Nichole Renae Trevino
  • Ms. Jessica Triana
  • Mr. Steven Eugene Trowbridge
  • Mr. Pablo Trujillo
  • Trust Texas Bank
  • Ms. Yung Tso
  • Ms. Macey Turner


  • Mr. William Hughes Usnick


  • Mr. Martin Valadez
  • Mr. Alejandro Valenzuela
  • Ms. Erica R. Valle
  • Mr. Richard Bautista Vallejo
  • Ms. Soumya Vandanam
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. VanderVoort
  • Mr. Troy Anthony Vanicek
  • Ms. Kimberly Marie Varela
  • Ms. Darian Nicole Vasquez
  • Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and Lynne Vasquez
  • Ms. Tara T. Vaughn
  • Mr. Christian E. Vazquez
  • VCS Companies
  • VCS Security Systems Inc.
  • Ms. Ana Isabel Vega
  • Mr. Daniel Leonel Vela
  • Ms. Maria Rose Velasquez
  • Ms. Brenda Karen Velazquez
  • Velma Lee & John H. Robinson Charitable Foundation
  • Ms. Janee Veneros
  • Dr. Sandy S. Venneman
  • Ventura’s Tamales
  • Mr. David Nicholas Verell
  • Ms. Erika G. Vermillion
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vickers
  • Victoria Air Conditioning
  • Victoria County United Way
  • Victoria Dental Associates
  • Victoria Electric Cooperative
  • Victoria ER
  • Victoria Heart and Vascular Center
  • Victoria Lions Club
  • Victoria Northside Rotary Club
  • Victoria Preservation Inc.
  • Victoria Pumphouse LLC
  • Mr. Justin Jay Villa
  • Mr. Roland Villafranca
  • Villafranca & Villafranca PC
  • Ms. Carolina Ana Villarreal
  • Ms. Elena Villarreal
  • Ms. Gizell Villarreal
  • Ms. Jacqueline Villegas
  • Ms. Laura Lynn Vincent
  • Ms. Shelbi R. Vincent
  • Vivacity Wellness
  • VMC Signs Inc.
  • Ms. Mai T. Vu


  • Ms. Heather N. Wagner-Cordova
  • Ms. Elva Melissa Waits
  • Mr. D’andre E. Wakefield
  • Ms. Valerie G. Walden
  • Ms. Faren Walker
  • Ms. Monisha Kay Walker
  • Walker Family Charitable Fund
  • The Honorable Kay Kerr Walker and Mr. Ronald B. Walker
  • Ms. Marci S. Wallace
  • Mr. Barry Wallenstein
  • Walmart Supercenter No. 330
  • Walmart Supercenter No. 4194
  • Ms. Maureen Elizabeth Walston
  • Ms. Kelsey Nicole Walters
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Kathy Walton
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ashley W. Walyuchow
  • Ms. Tylar Kristian Walyuchow
  • Dr. and Mrs. Yun Wan
  • Dr. Jifu Wang
  • Ms. Geping Wang
  • Ms. Florence Wangithi Wanjohi
  • Ms. Aquanetta Elizabeth Washington
  • Ms. Kristin Weinstein
  • Ms. Sara E. Weinstein
  • The Honorable and Mrs. Roger F. Welder
  • Mrs. Virginia Welder
  • Ms. Kristen Marie Wendel
  • Dr. Robert Westbrook Jr.
  • Ms. Jesica McCue and Mr. Michael S. Weston
  • Ms. Bridget Nicole Weyand
  • Mr. and Mrs. Winston Wheeler
  • Mrs. Allison Swafford Whitaker
  • Dr. Daniel W. White
  • Mr. Jitoko White
  • Ms. Eve Suzanne Whiteside
  • Ms. Brenda Ellen Whitfield
  • Mr. Jacob Whitwell
  • Ms. Leslie Ann Wickham
  • Ms. Glori Wilcoxon
  • Mr. Kaleb Wiley
  • Dr. Michael R. Wilkinson
  • Ms. Ancernetta O. Williams
  • Ms. Andrea Martin Williams
  • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams
  • Mr. Javarris Jamiel Williams
  • Mr. Jeffrey L. Williams
  • Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Williams
  • Ms. Lashon B. Williams
  • Ms. Malaise Lynn Williams
  • Ms. Rogena Monique Williams
  • Mr. Brayson Wilson
  • Ms. Jamie Nicole Wilson
  • Ms. Arlene Wold
  • Ms. Devin Brooke Wood
  • Wood Family Memorial Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Wooton
  • Ms. Cheryl H. Worley
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wortham
  • Ms. Rikki-Le Worthington
  • Mr. Zachary Harper Wright


  • Dr. Jun Yang
  • Dr. Ziyun Yang
  • Ms. Ashley Yaws
  • Ms. Jacquelyn Ybarra
  • Mr. and Mrs. William E. Yeager
  • Ms. Lindsay E. Young
  • Youth Service America
  • Ms. Viviana Yzquierdo


  • Mr. Mark E. Zafereo
  • Ms. Cecily Danielle Zamarripa
  • Ms. Elizabeth Zamora
  • Ms. Dallana Zamudio
  • Ms. Ilse Zavala
  • Ms. Dalia Zavala-Salas
  • The Honorable and Mrs. Benjamin Lee Zeller
  • Mr. He Zhang
  • Mr. Hector Zubieta

Leadership & Credits



UHS Chancellor

  • Renu Khator

UHS Board of Regents

  • Tilman J. Fertitta, Chairman
  • Peter K. Taaffe, Vice Chairman
  • Paula M. Mendoza, Secretary
  • Durga D. Agrawal
  • Douglas (Doug) H. Brooks
  • Stephen (Steve) Chazen
  • Beth Madison
  • Gerald W. McElvy
  • Jack B. Moore
  • Andrew Z. Teoh, Student Regent

UHV President’s Cabinet

  • Robert (Bob) K. Glenn, President
  • David Cockrum, Interim Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Wayne B. Beran, Vice President for Administration & Finance
  • Jay Lambert, Vice President for Student Affairs
  • Jesse D. Pisors, Vice President for Advancement & External Relations
  • Vacant, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management
  • Beverly Tomek, Associate Provost and Dean of University College
  • Ronald Salazar, Associate Provost for Katy Operations
  • Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences
  • Charles R.B. Stowe, Interim Dean of the School of Business Administration
  • Fred Litton, Dean of the School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development
  • Joe F. Dahlstrom, Senior Director of Libraries
  • Randy Faulk, Senior Director of Information Technology
  • Ashley Walyuchow, Director of Athletics
  • Laura Smith, Director of Human Resources/EO/Title IX Coordinator
  • Paula Cobler, Director of Marketing & Communications
  • Jeffrey Cass, President of Faculty Senate
  • Camilla Sutton, Chair of Staff Council
  • Deshavian Williams, President of Student Government Association

President’s Regional Advisory Board

  • Sally Aman, Chair
  • Mike Rivet, Vice Chair
  • Charlotte Baker
  • Bret Baldwin
  • Debra Baros
  • Arturo E. Calvo
  • Daniel Cano
  • Lola Castro
  • Beatriz Espinoza
  • David Hinds
  • Zachary Hodges
  • Thomas Lane Keller
  • Lance LaCour
  • Lee Crews
  • Betty McCrohan
  • Gene Moreno
  • Morgan Dunn O’Connor
  • Susannah Feux Porr
  • Omar Rachid
  • Terry Robinson
  • Amy G. Schwartz
  • Patty Shafer
  • Quintin Shepherd
  • John Shutt
  • Jack Swanson
  • Kay Kerr Walker
  • Roger Welder
  • Debra Ann Williams
  • Keith Williams

Annual Report Credits


  • Paula Cobler, Director of Marketing & Communications

Design and Video

  • George Rodriguez, Creative Services Manager
  • Larz Cowan, Graphic Designer
  • Aby Gonzalez, Graphic Designer
  • Mik Samaniego-Lira, Graphic Designer
  • Katie Wilson, Graphic Designer
  • Bright Idea Media, Video Production

Website and Animation

  • Marci Wallace, Web Services Manager
  • Eric Chacon, Web Content Management System Manager
  • Warren Diprose, Web Developer
  • Felicity Medrano, Web Developer
  • Kelsey Mills, Web Developer
  • Enkeleta Dervishi, Web Designer

Writing and Editing

  • Ashley Strevel, Communications Manager
  • Lauren Emerson, Communications Specialist

Support Staff

  • Aurora Robinson, Administrative Secretary
  • JoAnna Montez, Senior Secretary
  • Alyssa Alvarado, Student Worker
  • Amber Sturm, Student Worker