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Agriculture Program grows opportunity

PAC Agriculture Program grows and educates students and surrounding community. Read More >

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Agriculture Program grows opportunity

PAC Agriculture Program grows and educates students and surrounding community. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges – San Antonio College, District Communications Net Awards

The Alamo Colleges - San Antonio College (SAC) Public Relations Team (SAC-PR) and the Alamo Colleges Communications Department both took home honors at the 2016 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 4 Medallion Awards October 28. The awards recognize the effectiveness of the college's and district's communications to students and the community. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges, City, SAISD Celebrate Opening of the Eastside Education and Training Center

Alamo Colleges Board Chair Dr. Yvonne Katz, Trustee Denver McClendon and Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie joined community leaders and the City of San Antonio recently to celebrate the grand opening of the 56,000-square-foot Eastside Education & Training Center (EETC) located at 4551 Dietrich Road. The facility, which occupies the former Pfeiffer Elementary School, is a one-stop education and workforce development center designed for the Eastside community in partnership with Alamo Colleges and the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD). The EETC is modeled after Alamo Colleges' highly successful Westside Education & Training Center. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges Foundation Receives Exciting Grant from John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation

San Antonio, TX- Alamo Colleges Foundation is grateful to the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, for its one-time grant of $50,000 to support general scholarships across all Alamo Colleges during the 2016-2017 academic year. Read More >

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Student of the Month Award October 2016 - La Prensa Foundation

Atenas Ward-Moctezuma is the recipient of the October 2016 La Prensa Foundation Student of the Month Scholarship and will receive an award of $500 from the La Prensa Foundation founded by Millie and Tino Duran. Read More >

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Help for ITT and Career Point Students

The Alamo Colleges will work to accommodate displaced students from colleges that have closed their doors. Our advisors are available to assist with any questions you may have regarding course transfer, financial aid and career advising. Read More >

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Future teachers give back to the community

This fall, each student enrolled in a teaching course at Palo Alto College is giving back… in the classroom. Read More >

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SAC Ranks 9th

San Antonio College (SAC) was ranked 9th in Hispanic Associate Degree Producers in Community College Week's 2016 Top 100 Associate Degree Producer’s List. Read More >

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PAC offers new Industrial Tech degree program

Palo Alto College will begin offering a new Industrial Technology degree program in spring 2017 to support the high demand for occupations in Advanced Manufacturing in San Antonio. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges Exceeds Goal for Awarding Degrees and Certificates, Sets New Record

The Alamo Colleges has achieved a resounding success in its efforts to increase student completion, awarding more than 12,000 degrees and certificates to students in FY2016! This represents a 22.5% increase over the 9,778 awarded in FY2015 and exceeds not only the goal of 10,500 for FY 2016, but the FY 2017 target of 11,500. Read More >

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Student of the Month September 2016 - La Prensa Foundation

Percival Bragg is the recipient of the September 2016 La Prensa Foundation Inspirational Student of the Month award and will receive $500 funded by the Amelia and Tino Duran. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Puts Student Life Online with OrgSync

Alamo Colleges Puts Student Life Online with OrgSync

Alamo Colleges’ students now have a new way to stay connected to their college—OrgSync in ACES. If students want to know what’s going on at their college and want to get involved, it’s easier than ever with OrgSync, a user-friendly and interactive online site under the Student tab in ACES. Read More >

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82-year-old student inspires thousands on Twitter

Students Melanie Salazar and Rene Neira were looking forward to attending college together this fall, not just as fellow students but as family. Read More >

Vice Chancellor Cleary Recognized with Top Executive Award

Vice Chancellor Cleary Recognized with Top Executive Award

Dr. Tom Cleary, Alamo Colleges’ vice chancellor for planning, performance and information systems, has been selected as one of the winners of the San Antonio Business Journal’s 2015 C-Suite Award in the C-Suite category, which recognizes local top executives other than CEO’s. Cleary is one of only five top executives to receive this honor. He will be presented the award at a luncheon September 22. Read More >

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Alamo Colleges Hires 77 To Increase Number of Full-time Faculty

In order to meet the needs of growing enrollment and to achieve an improved 55/45 ratio of full-time to adjunct faculty, the Alamo Colleges have added 77 full-time faculty members who will begin teaching when fall semester classes start August 22. Read More >

Alamo Colleges’ Leadership Sets the Pace for Employee Giving

Alamo Colleges’ Leadership Sets the Pace for Employee Giving

The members of the Presidents and Vice Chancellors (PVC) committee are committed to setting and pace and fueling momentum for a record Employees Giving Back campaign in 2016. PVC members pledged first during campaign, which began with their August 8 meeting and concludes on September 18. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Shares Information on 2016 Property Tax Rates

Alamo Colleges Shares Information on 2016 Property Tax Rates

The Alamo Colleges recently published announcements regarding the 2016 property tax rates in the Alamo Community College District. It presents information about three tax rates. Read More >

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NVC Earns “Best Colleges in Texas” Ranking

NVC Earns “Best Colleges in Texas” Ranking Read More >

Alamo Colleges Recertified as Achieving the Dream Leader College

Alamo Colleges Recertified as Achieving the Dream Leader College

For the third time, the Alamo Colleges has been certified as one of the nation's Leader Colleges by Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count (ATD), a national initiative focused on strategies for student completion. The Leader College designation is a national honor awarded to institutions that have shown three years of steady improvement in two outcomes that measure student success. Read More >

Alamo Colleges and Partners Unveil "Workforce on Wheels” Mobile Community Resource

Alamo Colleges and Partners Unveil "Workforce on Wheels” Mobile Community Resource

At a ceremony August 6, the Alamo Colleges, the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) and Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) unveiled a state-of-the art Workforce on Wheels (WOW) bus that’s custom-designed to help people in the community find and apply for jobs, get training, gain work certifications, apply to college and apply for financial aid for college. Featured speakers at the event were: Alamo Colleges Board Chair Dr. Yvonne Katz; SAHA CEO David Nisivoccia; Gail Hathaway, CEO, Workforce Solutions Alamo; Morris A. Stribling, DPM, SAHA Board Chairman; and Belkiss Rodriguez, director, Alamo University Center. Read More >

Alamo Colleges Named Owner of the Year by Hispanic Contractor’s Association

Alamo Colleges Named Owner of the Year by Hispanic Contractor’s Association

The Hispanic Contractors Association (HCA) named Alamo Colleges as the 2016 Owner of the Year at their 7th Annual Awards Gala. The award was given for excellence in diversity in the category of projects less than $5 million. The Alamo Colleges - San Antonio College Welcome Center/Technology Store was nominated for this category. Read More >

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    Agriculture Program grows opportunity

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    PAC Agriculture Program grows and educates students and surrounding community. Read More >
  • Alamo Colleges – San Antonio College, District Communications Net Awards

    Wednesday, November 9, 2016
    The Alamo Colleges - San Antonio College (SAC) Public Relations Team (SAC-PR) and the Alamo Colleges Communications Department both took home honors at the 2016 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 4 Medallion Awards October 28. The awards recognize the effectiveness of the college's and district's communications to students and the community. Read More >
  • Alamo Colleges, City, SAISD Celebrate Opening of the Eastside Education and Training Center

    Wednesday, November 9, 2016
    Alamo Colleges Board Chair Dr. Yvonne Katz, Trustee Denver McClendon and Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie joined community leaders and the City of San Antonio recently to celebrate the grand opening of the 56,000-square-foot Eastside Education & Training Center (EETC) located at 4551 Dietrich Road. The facility, which occupies the former Pfeiffer Elementary School, is a one-stop education and workforce development center designed for the Eastside community in partnership with Alamo Colleges and the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD). The EETC is modeled after Alamo Colleges' highly successful Westside Education & Training Center. Read More >
  • Alamo Colleges Foundation Receives Exciting Grant from John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation

    Thursday, November 3, 2016
    San Antonio, TX- Alamo Colleges Foundation is grateful to the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, for its one-time grant of $50,000 to support general scholarships across all Alamo Colleges during the 2016-2017 academic year. Read More >