Summer & Fall 2021

Summer 2021 Registration and Payment Calendar

Fall 2021 Registration and Payment Calendar

Summer Hours & Services


Registration for All Students begins

  • Summer: March 29th
  • Fall: April 5th

updated 04/11/2021

The health and wellness of students and staff is our highest priority. In accordance with existing Level 5 protocols, staff will provide students with a drive-through, curbside, contactless essential services. This will include pickup of Wi-Fi hotspots, books, and laptops and drop-off of documents, as well as any other essential services. Please use the webpage below to find specific service information and contact information and hours. A limited number of in-person classes will be held.  Please review class notes while registering.

A limited number of in-person classes will be held.

To ensure the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff, the following safety protocols will be in place:

  • All employees and students will be required to wear face coverings.
  • Daily health screening, including a temperature check, upon arrival at the campus. (Screenings will take place in the Career Technology Building - CATE, and Library Café - NLIB)
  • Social distancing will be enforced in all buildings, classrooms, and labs, etc. Courses/sections that require F2F instruction will consider options to reduce classroom capacity to maximize social distancing and the sharing of equipment shall be avoided.
  • Sneeze guards and Plexiglas barrier installations will be used in high-frequency visitor areas and classrooms, touchless technology will be used where possible. 
  • Enhanced cleaning protocols will be in place.

Parking - To minimize traffic flow on campus during this time, parking will be available in Lot 7.

WIFI available in parking Lot 3. Find a campus map here

Food Service – The Cyber café and the cafeteria will be closed during this time and water fountains and vending machines will not be in service.  Please plan accordingly.

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On-Campus Classes

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Maymester/Summer Classes

Return to Campus Guides NLC Online Bookstore

WIFI available in parking Lot 3. Find the campus map here

Student Success Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 am-5:00 pm, last appointment at 4:30 pm.

Thursday

8:00 am-7:00 pm, last appointment at 6:30 pm.

First Saturday of the Month
9:00 am-1:00 pm, last appointment at 12:30.

April 10th, May 1st

 

General Questions ONLY:

Visit the Student FAQ  for general information as it pertains to services while remote.

Click on the button to the right to speak to a staff member now!

Virtual Welcome Center (For general information)

The Virtual Welcome Center will connect you with a staff member, who can answer general questions about services and resources.  

Department Contact Information & Virtual Drop-In Times:

Student Success Department Contact Information

If you need assistance, contact the departments below.

Admission/Residency/Transcripts   
nlc-admissions@alamo.edu
(210)21-ALAMO

 

Advising 
nlc-advising@alamo.edu 
(210)486-5406   

Advocacy/Food Pantry  
nlc-nest@alamo.edu
 
(210)486-1111

 

Alamo Promise
nlc-promise@alamo.edu

 

Assessment (Testing Office)  
nlc-asessment@alamo.edu
 
(210)486-5177

 

Bookstore  
1114mgr@follett.com 
(
210)733-5960

 

Business Office (Making Payment)  
dst-vbo2@alamo.edu
 
(210)21-ALAMO

 

Counseling   
nlc-dsscounsel@alamo.edu  
(210)486-5487

 

Disability Support Services   
nlc-dsscounsel@alamo.edu 
(210)486-5487

 

Dual Credit, Early College, Home School and Early Admit   
nlc-hsprograms@alamo.edu

 

Financial Aid   
dst-sfs@alamo.edu
 
(210)21-ALAMO

 

Recruitment (New Students)   
nlc-recruitment@alamo.edu 
(210) 486-5193

 

Student ID

If you would like to make an appointment for an NLC Virtual Student ID, please select the following link

NLC Virtual Student ID Request (March 2021)

After you have submitted your request, an NLC Student Life member will email you a confirmation along with the Zoom appointment and any other reminders prior to your appointment. Please reach out to the Office of Student Life at the following email, nlc-student@alamo.edu if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Veterans Center    
NLC-VA@alamo.edu
 
(210)486-5827

 

Advising

Advising
Online Drop-In Advising

Schedule an appointment through your ACES portal (Navigate).*

*If you are using an Apple/MAC device, choose Chrome as your browser to make appointments in NAVIGATE.

Monday: 9:00am-12:00pm Thursday: 1:00pm -6:00pm

1st Saturday:  March 6th, April 10th & May 1st:  9:00am -12:00pm      

nlc-advising@alamo.edu 
(210)486-5406
 

 

Nighthawk’s Nest Advocacy Center
AlamoPROMISE

For AlamoPROMISE steps, deadlines, and eligibility requirements, or to register for a virtual drop-in session, visit the AlamoPROMISE webpage

Textbook/Bookstore Information

Contact:  1114mgr@follett.com

NLC Online Bookstore

All purchases and rentals can be coordinated through the Bookstore website. Students may choose to have their items shipped, or, beginning Jan. 7, a curbside pick-up can be scheduled at the end of any purchase on the Northeast Lakeview College Bookstore website

Curbside pick-up will be available throughout the Spring 2021 semester at San Antonio College.

For curbside days and times:

SAC Bookstore Hours

When you arrive, please remain in your car and call the SAC bookstore at 210-733-5960 for curbside service.

Technology Devices and Internet

Northeast Lakeview College Information Technology has laptops and hotspots available for loan to students.  Students can initiate a request by calling the Help Desk (210-486-5777 - Option 3) or by completing the following form:

https://nlcit.wufoo.com/forms/student-equipment-request/

Students calling the Help Desk will have their information verified, including registration, and a curbside pick-up will be scheduled.

Students submitting a request by an online form will receive a call from IT within 24 hrs. to schedule a curbside pick-up.

Students MUST be registered for the semester in which they are requesting the device to qualify for device check-out.

Alamo Colleges Students have access to free and low-cost technology: Internet, Laptops, Desktops,  For a list of external resources, visit https://www.everyoneon.org/find-offers

Library Information

On-Campus Access:

  • The Main Library, NLIB 137, and NLIB 237 will be closed; however, virtual operations will remain open. 
  • Library stacks, internal computer lab, study rooms seating/study areas will be closed to all non-library employees.
     

Library Hours of Operation:

Onsite/in-person services are unavailable during Level 5.

Virtual:

  • Virtual library Instruction upon request, Information Literacy Videos available 24/7
  • Reference remains 100% virtual with one-to-one virtual research appointments with librarians upon request.
  • Hours:
    • Monday-Thurs, 7 am – 7 pm
    • Friday 8 am – 5 pm
    • Closed Sat/Sun
       
Tutoring Information

Tutoring Hours of Operation (Virtual):

Other Services:

  • 24/7 online help with Brainfuse – see link inside Canvas or Aces
  • All services available at www.alamo.edu/nlc/tutoring, including:
    • Regular review sessions for Math, Eng 1301 & EDUC 1300 under the Supplemental Instruction tab
    • Help from professors under the Math, INRW & Science Lab tabs
    • Self-help guides in Math, Writing, Grammar, Study Skills & Science


Additional Student ResourcesVirtual Campus TourRemote Friendly Checklist

We continue to offer remote services, please visit COVID-19 Student Resources for contact information. 

Committed to STUDENTS FIRST, the health and safety of our Northeast Lakeview College community is our priority.  We continue to follow CDC, local, and state guidelines. 

Classes will be offered in the following formats:

Remote Learning

 

Synchronous instruction (live class meetings at scheduled class days and times), using technology-enhanced and fully interactive learning. It offers the benefits of face-to-face instruction while maximizing social distancing efforts. Remote instruction will take place via ZOOM, Canvas, and additional remote-access tools.

Online

 

(Fully Distance Education) courses delivered entirely online in an asynchronous format.

On Campus

 

 A limited number of on-campus (face-to-face) 

This page will continue to be updated as we finalize virtual services and hours for Spring 2021.  Please continue to check back with us.