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Welcome to ACES

Alamo Colleges Education Services is a secure portal connecting Faculty, Staff & Students to Academic Resources, Email, and other Online Resources.

Support Contacts: Helpdesk: 210-485-0555 | Weather Line: 210-485-0189


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St. Philip's College Library

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123


We are here for you!

Difficult issues can get in the way of academic success. We can help you manage these issues, your course workload, responsibilities, and other personal situations.

Trained and licensed staff can guide you in personal, social, educational and/or psychological matters.

Looking for information on academic advisors? Please visit our Academic Advising web page for more information.


Services for Students Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI)
Services for Faculty & Staff Helpful Links
Drug & Alcohol (Policies and Resources) Free Alcohol/Mental Health Screening
Sexual Assault and Staying Safe Mental Health Guide for College Students      
Community Resource Guide  


Emotional Behavior Wellness Check

This time of year can be difficult. Short days, cold temperatures, and lots of time indoors can take a toll on the mind. The season can make it hard to be productive. Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?

  • Oversleeping
  • Social withdrawal
  • Appetite changes, especially a craving for foods high in carbohydrates
  • Weight gain
  • Loss of energy
  • Hopelessness
  • Heavy, “leaden” feeling in the arms or legs

If so, you may be suffering from a type of depression called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). In most cases, SAD symptoms appear during late fall or early winter and go away during the sunnier days of spring and summer. These feelings are not a normal part of the season and you should never brush off them off as simply a case of the winter blues. Don’t tough it out on your own—help is available!

If you believe you may be struggling with SAD take the first step to healing by taking St. Philip’s free, anonymous online mental health screening at

The screening only takes a few minutes and provides confidential results and information on where to find treatment. Make your mental health a priority year round!

Contact Information

Unit Leader/Counselor:
Rosalinda Rivas, M.A., M.Ed., RTC

Personal Counselor:
Eitandria Gatlin, M.A., LPC  

MLK Campus
Sutton Learning Center 102