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Alamo Colleges' Library Information

St. Philip's College
• MLK Campus Library
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Explore the Alamo Institutes

Choose either the general field of study or a specific job you’re after, and the institute will show you the path to follow.

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Explore the Alamo Institutes

Choose either the general field of study or a specific job you’re after, and the institute will show you the path to follow.

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Alamo College's students who are close to or have completed 45 hours of college credit are now required to enter an Advising Personal Identification Number (PIN) in order to register for Spring 2017. To obtain the Advising PIN, students must participate in an advising session with their Certified Advisor. The advising session will help the student review their individual success plan in preparation for graduation and give the student an opportunity to ask questions about transfer institutions, graduation planning, job readiness and other concerns.

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Museums

Free Museum Admission for Students

Alamo Colleges students can visit the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA), the McNay Art Museum, and the Institute of Texan Cultures for free with their student ID. There may be an additional cost for special exhibitions.

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Orgsync

Alamo Colleges’ Student Life is now online

Want to know what’s going on at your college? Want to get involved? Now it’s easier than ever with OrgSync, an easy-to-use and interactive online site where you can:
• Find or start student organizations
• Stay connected with members of your organization and campus community
• Keep track of your activities and memberships

Alamo Cares

Haven- Required Student Training

All entering freshmen, former and transfer students are required to complete Part 1 of Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault, by November 1st or a registration hold will be placed on your records. Students in Alamo Colleges high schools programs are not included in this requirement.

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Courses A - Z

For a catalog of course and program listing, please click on the college of your choosing.

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