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Alamo Colleges Education Services is a secure portal connecting Faculty, Staff & Students to Academic Resources, Email, and other Online Resources.

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St. Philip's College Library 

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123

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Establishing New Services

First time students who need disability resource services must complete this process.

Application Process:
  1. Complete a Disability Resource Center (DRC) Questionnaire.
  2. Return the completed Questionnaire and  current disability documentation to the Sutton Learning Center (SLC), Room 103, or ITC, B172 at SWC. 
  3. Meet with a coordinator to review eligibility.
  4. If eligible, you and the service provider select accommodations.
  5. You deliver the Letters of Accommodations provided by DRC to your instructors.

View the Documenting Your Disability brochure here. 

Note: Accommodations will be selected in a collaborative effort between you, and your service provider, however students should take a lead role in this effort. Accommodations must be requested at the beginning of the semester, each semester they are needed. The day-to-day arrangements and implementing the adjustments made to your plan is between you and your instructors.


Renewing Services

  1. Complete Renewal & Continuation of Services form.
  2. Bring in any updated documentation of your disability.
  3. Bring in a current printed schedule of classes.
  4. If needed, meet with DRC advisor for assistance or for advising questions.
  5. If needed, meet with DRC Coordinator to review your status and any accommodations.
  6. Pick up Letters of Accommodation & deliver them to your instructors. If you are taking online classes, this office will email letters to you and your instructors.

Accommodations & Services

What we do for you is provide information and available accommodations, act as a liaison between student and college, and provide academic support where necessary.

  • Assistive Technology: 
  • General Learning Support 
  • Internet Access - Wired and Wireless
  • 24/7 Online Tutoring Access -
  • Tutoring & Technology Center (NTB 116) - Walk-in Tutoring
  • Learning skills enhancement: Fast ForWord 
  • Listening & Communication 
  • FM systems
  • Sorenson video phone
  • Math 
  • Talking Calculators
  • 3-D Models of Various Shapes
  • 24/7 Online Tutoring Access -
  • Reading 
  • Adobe® Acrobat® Reader “Read-Out-Loud”
  • Kurzweil® 3000 Reader
  • JAWS® Screen Reader Software
  • Open Book™ Text Reader
  • SARA™ Scanning & Reading Appliance
  • Large Visual Display Computers
  • Magnifiers: Portable and Desktop
  • Zoom Text® & MAGic® Software
  • Writing 
  • Ergonomic & Special Use Keyboards (Left-hand, Right-hand, Large Print)
  • Graphic Organizing Software (Inspiration®)
  • 24/7 Online Tutoring Access -
  • Speech Recognition Software (Naturally Speaking®)

Interpreter Services

Contact Interpreter Training Program at San Antonio College, Jo Hilton, 486-1110, for more information. To ensure an interpreter for a full semester students are encouraged to register during early registration and contact the Interpreter Services office.

To find out the dates of early registration, please visit the Registration page. 

Contact Information

Coordinator: Lydia Hannawi
Phone Number: 210-486-2295

Certified Advisor: Maria G Botello
Phone Number: 210-486-2199

MLK Campus
Sutton Learning Center 102

LIFEspace Center, ITC A-135

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