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PAC opens 30th anniversary time capsule

Palo Alto College opened a time capsule in celebration of the College's 30th year serving South San Antonio. Read More >


PAC opens 30th anniversary time capsule

Palo Alto College opened a time capsule in celebration of the College's 30th year serving South San Antonio. Read More >

Cosmetology New Program

Cosmetology now offered at Palo Alto College

Palo Alto College, one of the Alamo Colleges, will launch an accredited Cosmetology program beginning on March 23. Read More >

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Ozuna Library, a Place for All

Despite being on the Palo Alto College campus, the Ozuna Library is not just reserved for students. Read More >

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It's never too late to return to school

After a divorce, Naville Cisneros, was left with a child to support and the decision whether or not to continue her education in hopes of having a better future for her family. Read More >

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Curriculum prepares students to care for animals

A love for animals is the reason why students are willing to undergo a rigorous curriculum at Palo Alto College in order to become a Licensed Veterinarian Technician. Read More >


PAC Professor earns Piper Award Nomination

Congratulations to History professor Peter Myers for winning the 2015 Piper Professor Award nomination from Palo Alto College! Read More >

New academic preparation program launched at Palo Alto College

Palo Alto College has begun its first year of a partnership with the Puente Project, an academic preparation program that improves the college-going rate for educationally disadvantaged students by implementing three essential components – English, counseling, and mentoring.

Over 50 first time in college students are participating in the program’s inaugural 2012-2013 year. Faculty and counselors were provided training directly from the Puente Project’s training staff in a one-week immersion experience at University of California - Berkeley.

In the program’s curriculum, students are required to take an accelerated writing course that incorporates Latino, Mexican/American, and other multicultural authors, experience and issues, through which students progress in one year to transfer level English composition

Students are also provided counseling with in-depth and sustained career and academic guidance to help retain students beyond their program year. Students are paired with a mentor who is trained in the Puente program to serve as a role model and support for the student’s academic experience. Some of the mentors for the 2012-2013 class are representatives from H-E-B, City of San Antonio, Standard Aero, and Texas A&M University - San Antonio.

The program’s interdisciplinary approach provides a focused, sustained, and engaging learning environment for students. Other elements of the Puente model include a peer support network among the participating students, and outreach efforts with family to create a college-going culture.

The Puente Project is open to all students, regardless of academic standing or financial status. Participants are tracked until they graduate with their Bachelor’s degree. The average transfer rate for Puente students is 55 percent, compared to the 20 percent transfer rate for the average community college student. Approximately 70 percent of Puente participants graduate with a Bachelor’s degree within four years.

The Puente Project began in California in 1981 with the mission to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees, and return to the community as mentors and leaders of future generations. For more information about the Puente Project, visit