The Alamo Colleges District has a rich history of achievement and growth.
The district is comprised of five colleges: San Antonio (est. 1925), St. Philip's (est. 1898), Palo Alto (est. 1985), Northeast Lakeview (est. 2007), and Northwest Vista (est. 1995).
St. Philip's College founded as a sewing school
St. Philip's moves to its present location at 1800 Martin Luther King Drive
SAC founded as University Junior College
University Junior College renamed San Antonio Junior College
St. Philip's affiliated with San Antonio Junior College
St. Philip's College and San Antonio Junior College form San Antonio Union Junior College District
San Antonio Junior College renamed San Antonio College
SAC moves to its present location at 1819 N. Main Ave.
District renamed Alamo Community College District
Palo Alto College established
PAC holds first classes
SPC opens Southwest Campus at 800 Quintana Rd.
Development of Northwest Vista College begins
NVC opens first building on campus
First four buildings at NVC completed
ACCD Board approves purchase of property for temporary northeast center
Northeast Campus center begins offering classes at 7980-7990 Pat Booker Rd.
$450 million bond issue approved which includes funding for construction of Northeast Lakeview College
Westside Education and Training Center opens
Northeast Lakeview College opens
Greater Kerrville Center begins offering classes
Workforce Center of Excellence opens at 203 Norton St.
Central Texas Technology Center between New Braunfels and Seguin opens
Eastside Education and Training Center opens
$450 million bond issue approved for new construction and renovations at the colleges