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T-STEM & Allied…

Applications are being accepted now for Texas STEM and Allied Health scholarships of up to $2,500 for academic year 2017-2018.
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T-STEM & Allied Health Scholarship Program

Applications are being accepted now for Texas STEM and Allied Health scholarships of up to $2,500 for academic year 2017-2018. To qualify, you must submit a scholarship application, a copy of your official high school transcript, and the student data form to your college point of contact and meet the scholarship requirements. Contact your college liaisons listed below for further information and forms.

Meet these requirements :

  • Turn in an official high school transcript. High school transcript must have a minimum combined GPA of 3.0 in math and science courses
  • Need to have chosen a STEM field of interest
  • Agree to complete 30 hours by the end of the academic year
  • Complete 80% of coursework per semester
  • Spend no more than an average of 15 hours a week in an internship, clinical or employment with a T-STEM business/industry partner
  • Provide proof of Selective Services Registration if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25: click here

College Point of Contacts :

NLC Eyvonne James
NVC Judy Camargo
PAC Jennifer Huebenthal
SAC  Irene Fuentes
SPC Gloria Hernandez



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    The Alamo Colleges District and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) announced today the creation of a new co-enrollment program, Transitioning Roadrunners at Alamo Colleges (On-TRAC). The program will provide an alternate pathway for freshman students who apply to UTSA but may not qualify for direct admission and is expected to improve student success at both institutions. Read More >
  • SAC Professor Earns AACC’s Distinguished Faculty Recognition

    SAC program coordinator of the Social Work program, Lisa Black, was selected to receive the inaugural Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty recognition by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). Read more. Read More >
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    The entire first cohort of Project Access students completed their General Office Level 1 Certificate in December 2017, and 85 percent of them are continuing their college education to work toward a second certification. Read More >
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    Learning from our community makes us strong

    This year, Palo Alto College faculty, staff, students, and partners are coming together to build a new strategic plan that will guide the College though the next five years. Read More >
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    The publicly elected governing Board of Trustees for the Alamo Colleges District met on February 8, 2018 and voted to name as the Sole Finalist for Chancellor Dr. Mike Flores. Dr. Flores will replace current Alamo Colleges District Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie, who is retiring as of September 30, 2018 after 11 years of outstanding leadership of the district. Read More >