Ujima stands for "Collective Work and Responsibility". It reminds us of our obligation to the past, present and future, and that we have a role to play in the community, society, and world. 



Ujima ceremony embraces this meaning by honoring student leaders, organizations, and graduates.  

As our new graduates transition into the next phase of their lives, it is necessary that they use their education to become a powerful force in the lives of others and throughout our community.  In light of their notable academic achievements, we must acknowledge that it is only through collaborative work that we can ensure a legacy of success for those generations to come.

We will be honoring the graduates of Spring  2011 as well Recognizing Students and organizations that have contributed to the Black experience at UTSA and their respective communities.


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