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San Antonio College News

SAC MAS Program Helps Student Prepare for Finals

The San Antonio College (SAC) Mexican American Studies (MAS) program hosted a Lunch and Learn: ‘Study with Purpose" event to help students get ready for finals week. During the session, coordinators with the Student Learning Assistance Center demonstrated effective study techniques. In addition, Counseling Services staff members spoke on how to cope with anxiety and stress and the MAS staff coordinated an activity on how to stay motivated during finals.


SAC Scobee Center Invites Choirs for Holiday Concerts

The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College celebrated the holiday season by featuring high school choirs performing on Friday nights during the month of December. Students from Reagan High School, Madison High School, and Johnson High School gave half hour concerts before the start of shows inside the planetarium. After the last nighttime performance, the students stayed to watch the last planetarium presentation. 


SAC Staff Council Collects Presents for Beacon Angels

San Antonio College (SAC) engaged in the Christmas spirit by buying presents for local children at Beacon Hill Elementary as part of the Staff Council’s annual Angel Tree initiative. In total, about 425 presents were collected.  Every student in the elementary school would have at least one present to open for Christmas. The College Executive Team and members of the Staff Council are set to deliver the presents in person before the students leave for the holiday break.  












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