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Become a Student Ambassador

The San Antonio College Student Ambassador program is seeking new members for the 2014-15 academic year. Read More >

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Become a Student Ambassador

The San Antonio College Student Ambassador program is seeking new members for the 2014-15 academic year. Read More >

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EDGE Program Sparks Interest in Engineering

The EDGE summer program uses hands-on experience to spark high school students' interest in engineering. Read More >

Studying Featured

GED-to-College Class Accepting New Students

The Empowerment Center is currently accepting new students for its Fall 2014 GED-to-College class. Read More >

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Bike Safety at SAC

Important reminders regarding bike safety from campus police. Read More >

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New President Announced

Dr. Robert Vela named 12th President of San Antonio College. Read More >

New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation

First time in college students are required to attend New Student Orientation. Read More >

NSLS Inducts New Members

The recently formed San Antonio College chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) inducted 165 new members last week. The event was help on April 3 in the McAllister Auditorium. Chuck Knippen, president of NSLS, delivered the keynote address.

During the event, Dr. Robert Zeigler, president of San Antonio College, was given an honorary membership.

New chapter officers were also installed. Barbara Josey will serve as the new president; Michael Elliot as secretary; Zakiyah Ball, treasurer; Erica Makuk, SNT coordinator and Megan Cuda will serve as the Community Service Chair.

The society invites students to join based on a few things including GPA and time remaining in their degree plan. There is a one-time fee of $85 to join. After joining, members participate in an hour-long orientation and three-hour leadership training.

During their leadership training, students are broken into Success Networking Teams, small groups of six to eight students. The students then need to meet three times with their teams to develop their own measurable, achievable goals. The groups provide team members ideas for action steps for achieving their goals. Finally, students attend three speaker broadcasts. Once all of these things are done, the member can be officially inducted into the society.

The society is founded upon the core beliefs that one can achieve one’s dreams with the proper support and dedicated action, and that we accomplish more together than we would achieve alone. The society’s sole purpose is creating lasting positive change.

What began with a handful of chapters, the society now reaches tens of thousands of students at hundreds of chapters around the world. The society encourages community action, volunteerism, personal growth and strong leadership from its chapters and members around the world.