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President's Corner

Texas Women of Influence Panel in San Antonio Public Library’s Central Library

Dr. Adena Williams Loston spoke at the Texas Women of Influence panel discussion for the library's Women's History Month headline event.

Texas Women of Influence Panel

Texas Women of Influence Panel in San Antonio Public Library’s Central Library

Dr. Adena Williams Loston spoke at the Texas Women of Influence panel discussion for the library's Women's History Month headline event.

Sutton Learning Center Rededication Ceremony

G. J. Sutton Learning Center Building Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

SPC President Dr. Adena Williams Loston host the G. J. Sutton Learning Center Building Rededication Ceremony with Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie and guest.

Whataburger Scholarship Donation

Whataburger Scholarship Donation

Dr. Loston presented a $50,000 check to fund scholarships for SPC Students during the G. J. Sutton Learning Center Building Rededication Ceremony.

Euretta K. Fairchild Award

Euretta K. Fairchild Award from the Alamo City Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Adena Williams Loston receiving the 2014 Euretta K. Fairchild Lifetime Community Leadership Award at the 2014 Alamo City Chamber of Commerce Gala.

Core 4 STEM Family Day with Astronaut Jose Hernandez and Dr. Adena Williams Loston

Dr. Loston & NASA Astronaut Jose Hernandez Promote STEM Education

During 2013 STEM Week sponsored by the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Adena Williams Loston with students at the "This is How We Do It" line dancing event

'This is How We Do It' Wellness Event

Dr. Adena Williams Loston joined the line dancing event that promoted student wellness.

Dr. Adena Williams Loston accepting the 2013 Constellation of Stars Award

2013 Constellation of Stars Award

Dr. Adena Williams Loston received a Comet Award from the San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce during the chamber's Constellation of Stars Gala.

Dr. Adena Williams Loston and the Brazilian Delegation

Dr. Loston hosts International Education Delegation from Brazil


Dr. Loston led dialogues with visiting international education delegates from Instituto Federal Sul-rio-grandense in Brazil.

Dr. Adena Williams Loston accepting the Women of Influence Award

2013 Women of Influence Award


Dr. Loston accepted one of the organization’s 2013 Women of Influence Awards for her positive impact on the community as a role model, advocate, and volunteer.

Message from the President

Dr. Adena Williams Loston 

Adena Williams Loston, Ph.D.

 

It is indeed an honor and privilege to enter my fifth year as president of St. Philip’s College. I began my service on March 1, 2007 – the 109th birthday of this great institution. We are excited that you have sought out this legendary college to pursue your career goals.

St. Philip’s College has a very rich history that began in 1898 by such visionary giants as Bishop James Steptoe Johnston, the founder of our college, and Artemisia Bowden, who for 52 years provided unparalleled leadership in advancing this institution.

As we move forward in our second century of student empowerment and educational excellence, I invite you to explore, discover, and pursue all educational possibilities that St. Philip’s has to offer.

Explore the endless possibilities for expanding your vision and dreams.

Discover new career options, we offer 154 degrees and certificate programs.

Pursue your passions for personal growth and development. We have 113 years of history and legacy to propel us forward. In order to continue our trajectory of growth and development, we will honor our history and legacy through a credible and compelling leadership agenda.

We will honor our standing as a Historically Black College. We will honor our standing as a Hispanic Serving Institution. We will honor our commitment to providing clear pathways that will empower our students to compete and sustain themselves in a global society.

It is with clarity of purpose, a collaborative learning culture, and a focus on results that the faculty, staff and administration commit ourselves to your success. As we celebrate our past and move towards new chapters in the history of St. Philip’s College, may your experiences here be rewarding, memorable and inspiring!

Sincerely,
Adena Williams Loston, Ph.D.
President