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Alamo Colleges Partners with Connect2Compete To Offer Affordable Internet Service

Alamo Colleges Partners with Connect2Compete To Offer Affordable Internet Service

Thanks to a new partnership between the Alamo Colleges and Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit, low-cost computers and free or low cost Internet service are available now for Alamo Colleges' students and employees, along with training on how to effectively and safely use the Internet. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Employees Giving Back

Alamo Colleges Employees Giving Back

Your generous support of this year’s Alamo Colleges Employees’ Annual Charitable Giving Campaign means... Read More >

Palm Fiesta medal event

As a new part of the St. Philip’s College CultureFest scholarship fundraising programming for 2013, three fine arts students and one teacher education student at St. Philip’s College competed to produce The Palm Restaurant’s official Fiesta® pin for 2013, Dr. Paul Machen, the college’s Dean of Student Success and Dr. Sharon Crockett-Bell, the college’s Director of institutional Advancement, co-announced April 16. Students Gary Sanders, Shalika Walker, Nicole Macias and Adriana Soldevila were this year’s competing pin artists. The selected medal by Adriana Soldevila was unveiled in a ceremony April 17 in The Palm at 233 E. Houston St. Event tickets were $40 per person and all proceeds benefited the St. Philip’s College Presidential Scholarship Fund. Soldevila, Sanders and Walker each received a scholarship. Macias received a book voucher as recognition for her efforts. Under the guidance of college art program director Jennifer Agricola-Mojica and art program instructor Guadalupe (Lupe) Mendoza, Soldevila, Sanders, Walker and Macias were further recognized by the college during the 2013 CultureFest and Rib Cook off on April 25.

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