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Get into 3 For Free

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. Read More >

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Get into 3 For Free

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. Read More >

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Early College High School Provides More for Students

Walking through the campus of Frank L. Madla Early College High School, it’s clear to see it isn’t a typical high school. But what’s inside these portables can offer more for students than an average high school. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Offers Free Job Training for Qualified Veterans

Alamo Colleges Offers Free Job Training for Qualified Veterans

The Alamo Colleges are now enrolling for tuition-free manufacturing technician training for qualified veterans... Read More >

Alamo Colleges Increases Number of Degrees and Certificates Awarded by 73%

Alamo Colleges Increases Number of Degrees and Certificates Awarded by 73%

The Alamo Colleges continues to make remarkable strides in achieving greater student success, with a record... Read More >

On-Campus Computer Labs Available for Uploading Meningitis Forms

On-Campus Computer Labs Available for Uploading Meningitis Forms

Students enrolling for Spring 2015 who are required to submit bacterial meningitis documentation may... Read More >

San Antonio College Architecture/Engineering students  participate in Job Shadow Day hosted by O’Connell Robertson  and Alamo Colleges Foundation

San Antonio College Architecture/Engineering students participate in Job Shadow Day hosted by O’Connell Robertson and Alamo Colleges Foundation

Some 51 students enrolled in the architecture and engineering programs at San Antonio College (SAC) shadowed... Read More >

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Students can now park on campus without a decal

New for fall! Students, you no longer need a decal on your vehicle in order to park in student designated parking at any Alamo Colleges locations. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges Names New Board Officers

At their regular meeting July 29, the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees elected new officers. Approved by acclamation were... Read More >

UTSA, Alamo Colleges partnership provides research opportunities for students

UTSA, Alamo Colleges partnership provides research opportunities for students

The University of Texas at San Antonio and Alamo Colleges have launched a new partnership this summer that is giving community college students the opportunity... Read More >

Secretary of Labor Tours Alamo Colleges Academy

Secretary of Labor Tours Alamo Colleges Academy

U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez met with Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie and others recently and toured the Alamo Colleges Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Academy. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Awards Record Number of Degrees and Certificates

Alamo Colleges Awards Record Number of Degrees and Certificates

The Alamo Colleges continues to make significant progress on achieving greater student success, with a record 6,371 degrees and certificates awarded to students in FY 2013... Read More >

Convocation: 'Passing the Torch'

SAN ANTONIO, TX (Aug. 20, 2012) – San Antonio College and the Alamo Colleges marked the 2012 convocation today with guest speakers, awards, the Palo Alto Mariachi band, a new advertising campaign, and a presentation by the SAC Speech Team at McAllister Auditorium.

“Passing the Torch” was the theme of the Alamo Colleges Faculty Convocation. The award-winning SAC Team performed a skit about students at the five Alamo Colleges and offered an Olympic theme (“Our Torch is Lit”).

Dr. Robert Zeigler welcomed his fellow college presidents Dr. Adena Williams Loston (St. Philips), Dr. Eric Reno (Northeast Lakeview), Dr. Ana Guzman (Palo Alto) and Dr. Jackie Claunch (Northwest Vista). Board of Trustee members in attendance included Joe Alderete Jr., Denver McClendon, Yvonne Katz, Anna Bustamante and James Rindfuss.

Dr.   Bruce Leslie, Alamo Colleges Chancellor, introduced a new ad campaign that emphasizes faculty. “We have a faculty for reshaping futures” is   the theme for   print, radio and television advertisements; in addition there is a web site (www.alamofaculty.org).  Videos will be on the digital signs around campus along with the “Stay the course” campaign, designed to encourage students to complete college – whether it is transferring to a four-year university or graduating from Alamo Colleges.

Guest speaker Dr. Vincent Tinto, Syracuse University, took the stage to discuss student retention and learning communities. “Your students are our future,” he said.  Dr. Tinto’s presentation included community college students talking about what worked to help them succeed. 

Among the awards cited during the convocation:

o   Employee of the Year: Bridget Torres, (SAC/NVC)
o   Cyber Patriot IV National Winners (SAC)
o   Grammy Winner: Juan Ortiz (PAC)
o   ALAS 2012 Faculty Leadership Awards:  Tammy Perez (SAC) and Denis Menchaca (NLC)
o   Chair of Chair Awards: Tara Daugherty (NLC), Dana Reed (PAC), Mary Segovia (SAC) and James Cliburn (SPC)
o   Chancellor’s Administrative Leadership Award: Linda Boyer-Owens,  associate vice chancellor

 “New Horizons at San Antonio College: Celebrating Service, Growth and Equity” was the theme for SAC Convocation. Guest speaker    Dr. Victor Saenz, University of Texas, discussed his project, “The Latino Male Education Challenge: A new state-wide imperative. ”  The project addresses improving the success rate for Latino males in higher education.
 

 


 

 

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