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At the Alamo Colleges District, education meets opportunity. Opportunity means a brighter future. Find your passion and develop skills to create the future you want in a high-demand, high wage career field.

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News and Events at the Alamo Colleges

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    Baldrige Examiners To Visit the District

    Beginning October 1, a team of Baldrige examiners will be visiting the District to evaluate the organization for the 2018 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
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    Tricentennial Celebrates Community Colleges—Past and Present

    As part of San Antonio's year-long Tricentennial celebration, the Alamo Colleges District and its five colleges hosted a celebratory look at the history and impact of the community colleges in the city and the surrounding area.
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  • Sheila Marlow Due, Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), has assumed her duties as the new executive director of the Alamo Colleges Foundation

    Alamo Colleges Names New Executive Director for Alamo Colleges Foundation

    Sheila Marlow Due, Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), has assumed her duties as the new executive director of the Alamo Colleges Foundation. Due replaces Jim Eskin, who retired earlier this year.
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  • Incoming President Dr. Garza

    Board approves incoming president

    The Alamo Colleges District Board of Trustees named Dr. Robert Garza as the seventh president of Palo Alto College on Tuesday, July 24. Garza will assume duties in September.
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  • Christopher Tanner

    SPC Scholar Receives National Award

    Honor Society of Two-Year Colleges announces rising St. Philip's College scholar Christopher Tanner among recipients of its 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar Award offers.
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    NLC Student Selected as 2018 Coca-Cola Military Leaders of Promise Scholar

    Northeast Lakeview College student, Amanda Sangare, has been selected as a 2018 Coca-Cola Military Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
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  • Krystal Paul at NASA in Langley, Virgina

    SAC Student Spends a Winning Time at NASA

    Krystal Paul took part in an onsite experience at the Langley Research Center and left with a few awards after the visit.
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    NVC's Top Pharmacy Program

    NVC’s Pharmacy Program Stands Out Above the Rest
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    2018 Property Tax Rates

    The Alamo Colleges District shares information on 2018 Property Tax Rates.
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  • AlamoLISTENS

    District Launches New Communication Initiative

    AlamoLISTENS is a new communication initiative with the goal to improve communications and pursue strategies that allow the Alamo Colleges District to be more engaged in student success.
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    Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Increase

    The Alamo Community College District will hold two public hearings on a proposal to increase total tax revenues from properties on the tax roll in the preceding tax year by 2.70 percent.
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  • Board of Trustees in front of new DSO Building

    District Celebrates Topping Out of New Headquarters Building

    At a ceremony July 24, Alamo Colleges District Board of Trustees joined the Chancellor and Incoming Chancellor to celebrate the "topping out" of the new District Support Operations Building.
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The Alamo Colleges District

Our five colleges offer a vast array of programs and two-year degrees. Recent capital improvement programs have allowed us to create some of the best facilities for teaching and learning in the country. Our credits transfer to four-year universities for those pursuing bachelor’s or higher degrees. And our workforce development programs help individuals build new careers and meet the needs of business. The Alamo Colleges District empowers our diverse communities for success.

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