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Beginning in Fall 2013, all Alamo Colleges' students will pay a Campus Access Fee which also covers parking at any of the Alamo Colleges' campuses, off-site locations or district offices.  No sticker or decal is distributed. 

For students, the fee of $25 per semester is included when they pay their tuition and fees each semester, with the maximum fee paid not to exceed $50 per year.

VIA Bus Passes
Available at the campus business office only. A valid student ID card is required to obtain a bus pass.

Campus Access Fee FAQ's 

What is the purpose of the access fee?

Revenue generated is dedicated to parking facilities, construction and maintenance, and at board option, excess fees may be designated for student scholarship funds.

When will the access fee go into effect?

The access fee went into effect on the first day of fall registration, May 6, 2013.

How much is the access fee?

The access fee is $25 for each term a student is enrolled in at least one credit class.

How often will students be charged the access fee?

Students will be charged the access fee each term in which they are enrolled in credit classes, regardless of the number of credits, location of the classes or whether the class is on-campus or online (Distance Learning).

Will students be charged the access fee for each summer term session in which they are enrolled?

Students who attend a summer semester only will pay a $25 access fee.

May students’ financial aid be used to pay the access fee?

Yes, financial aid may be used to pay the access fee.

Why is the Alamo Colleges charging an access fee?

To streamline the process for students, the Alamo Colleges is including the access fee in the students' tuition and fees, rather than requiring a separate process and payment.