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December 19, 2014


District News

Three Colleges Designated as Military Friendly for 2015

NVC, PAC and SPC have received the coveted Military Friendly Schools designation  for 2015. This list honors the top colleges,  universities and trade schools in the country that provide excellence service to military service members, veterans and spouses who are students. The institutions on this year's list exhibit best practices in the recruitment and retention of students with military experience. 

NVC was recognized for  its wide range of services offered for the more than 1,000 active military and veterans on the campus. This includes a Vet to Vet (V2V) program that has identified retired military faculty and staff that serve as volunteer advocates to support active duty or veteran students. 
SPC is one of the nation's Department of Defense Voluntary Education Partnership member institutions and a member of the Pentagon's 1,700 service members Opportunity Colleges Consortium member institutions. This is a system in operation 1972-2015 to deliver degree programs to service members, funded by the Pentagon through a contract with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. SPC is also an original member of the College Credit for Heroes initiative consortium. It  offers service members academic credit for experience, education and training obtained though military service through applied science degrees in four fields. In 2014, the state's first and only College Credit for Heroes Cyber Security Professional marketable skills certificate has been added.

Energy Conservation Goal Achieved

Alamo Colleges has exceeded the Senate Bill 898 reduction goal, which requires educational institutions to reduce electric consumption 5% every year with respect to the previous year. For FY2014, the district-wide reduction with respect to the previous year is 7%. Alamo Colleges has been successful in achieving this goal for the past three years. 


Scholarships Awarded to Nursing Students

The EWD Methodist Healthcare Ministries Scholarships ($250,000) grant has resulted in a total of 51 applications for the Methodist Healthcare Ministries “Strengthening the Nursing Pipeline” scholarships having been received to date, with 42 deemed to be eligible. Thirty-two scholarships have been awarded by the Alamo Colleges Foundation.  The Methodist grant provides funding support for Alamo College students to enroll in high demand nursing occupations.  


The Alamo Colleges on Cable TV 

We have an increasing number of events and activities district-wide and are taking the opportunity to showcase such events on Time Warner Cable channel 98, Grande Cable channel 21 and AT&T U-Verse channel 99. This section of the Chancellor’s Weekly Report provides a schedule of the programming for our regularly scheduled times of 12 – 2 p.m. on Saturday and 2-4 p.m.on Sunday. Programming varies due to the timing of Board and committee meetings, groundbreaking ceremonies, etc. The programming for the coming weekends is as follows:

 Saturday 10/11

The regular board meeting and ACCD Public Facility Corporation segments of September 21


Sunday 10/12

The regular board meeting and ACCD Public Facility Corporation segments of September 21


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