The health and wellness of students, faculty and staff at Northwest Vista College is the highest priority.

Northwest Vista College will begin the Spring 2021 semester at Level 5 Stay Home, Work Safe Semester Plan from Jan. 4 – Feb. 14, 2021. All courses and services will be conducted remotely. The transition to Level 4, with up to 10% of onsite personnel and courses will not occur at least until Feb. 15th, after the first 4 weeks of the semester. We continue to monitor local conditions and will communicate updates to the Northwest Vista College community through a variety of mediums.

Please refer to the most current Spring 2021 Class Schedule for more information (click here for how to use the dynamic schedule). All onsite operations and classes will follow established safety protocols, such as daily health screenings, required face coverings while on campus, and required social distancing onsite. All safety protocols are in place for your health and wellbeing and must be followed. 

When NVC begins on campus offerings the following plans will be in place:

  • Everyone on campus will be required to have a health screening including a temperature check. Health screening will be done on a daily basis.
  • All individuals who pass the health screening will be given a wrist band on a daily basis that they need to wear at all times while on campus. The color of the wrist bands changes daily.
  • Everyone on campus will be required to wear a face covering. If someone arrives on campus without a face covering, one will be provided for him/her.
  • Classrooms have been rearranged to allow for physical distancing between students and the instructor.
  • Everyone on campus will be required to keep a minimum of 6 feet distance from others.
  • Rooms and labs will be disinfected between classes.
  • Restrooms and high touch areas are disinfected frequently throughout the day.
  • Outdoor learning areas have been configured that they can be used for students between classes or for faculty as areas to teach outdoors.

Registration

Student Information & Online Registration

How to register on the web 

  1. Login to the ACES portal with your Alamo Colleges District ID and Password (if you do not have your Alamo Colleges District ID you need to go through the admissions process to receive one: how to apply).
  2. Select Student.
  3. Select Web Services.
  4. Select Student and Financial Aid.
  5. Select Registration.
  6. Select Add or Drop Classes.
  7. Select a Term and Submit.
  8. Select Class Search.
  9. Select the Subject you are looking for. You can choose to enter a college, location/attribute type, course number, time and/or day. NOTE: The location/attribute type option allows you to pick alternate locations like a SAC course being held at NLC.
  10. Enter your information then select Class Search at the bottom. This returns a list of all courses meeting the criteria you entered. Courses you are eligible to register for will have a checkbox available to you. Select the course you want by checking the box next to that section.
  11. Check the appropriate class, scroll to the bottom and select Register.
  12. You will be taken back to your schedule to view it with the new class added. If there were any errors or holds (pre-requisite, co-requisite, other restrictions), the error/hold would display with your schedule and the course will not be added.
  13. Repeat steps 7-12 to add additional classes.
  14. To Drop classes from your schedule, click the drop-down menu beside the course you wish to drop and select **Web Dropped Prior to Term**.
  15. At the bottom, select Submit Changes and the course will be removed from your schedule.
 

Locating how much you owe for tuition 

  1. Login to the ACES portal
  2. Select Student.
  3. Select Web Services.
  4. Select Student and Financial Aid.
  5. Select Student Account.
  6. Select Account Summary to review your account balance.
 

Payment Options 

  • Online Payment
  • In-Person Payment
 

The Alamo Colleges District site is secure.

  1. Login to the ACES portal
  2. Select Student.
  3. Select Web Services.
  4. Select Student and Financial Aid.
  5. Select Student Account.
  6. Select Account Summary to review your account balance.
  7. To make a payment, select Make a Payment.
 

Pay with cash.

    • Go to your college (physical addresses listed below)

Northeast Lakeview College
Student Commons Center
1201 Kitty Hawk Rd.
Universal City, Texas 78148

Northwest Vista College
Cypress Campus Center
3535 N. Ellison
San Antonio, TX 78251

Palo Alto College
Student Center, Rm. 130
1400 W. Villaret
San Antonio TX 78224

St. Philip’s College
Bursar’s Office
Welcome Center, Room 104
1801 Martin Luther King Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78203-2098

San Antonio College
Fletcher Administration Center (FAC) 201
1300 San Pedro
San Antonio, TX 78212-4299

    • Check with your college before dropping for non-payment

Northeast Lakeview College
210-486-5401

Northwest Vista College
210-486-4000

Palo Alto College
210-486-3200

San Antonio College
210-486-0000

St. Philip’s College
210-486-2200

 

Transcript Requests 

  • Official Transcripts
  • Unofficial Transcripts

 

Official Transcript Requests

Transcript requests are being processed daily, however, due to required validation of converted data, it may take more than 10 business days to process your request.  Please contact your Enrollment Services/Admissions and Records Office if your request is not processed in 10 business days so that they may follow up on your request.  Please do not submit another request, as this may further delay your transcript.

Request official transcripts in ACES by doing the following:

  • Login to ACES
  • Click Web Services
  • Select Student Tab
  • Go to Student Records
  • Click Academic Transcripts
  • Select Request Printed Transcript (at the bottom of the page)

If you have questions about the courses or grades on your transcript, please contact your Enrollment Services/Admissions and Records Office for assistance.

SAC 210-486-0200
SPC 210-486-2700
PAC 210-486-3700
NVC 210-486-4700
NLC 210-486-5401

 

Viewing and Printing Your Unofficial Alamo College Transcript

Students can view and print their unofficial Alamo College District transcript in ACES Student Self-Service.  The Alamo Colleges District transcript includes ALL courses taken at all of the colleges of the Alamo Colleges District and lists the college where each course was taken. The grade point average (GPA) combines ALL courses taken at the Alamo Colleges.  The combined GPA may result in a change in the GPA and Academic Standing for some students.  If you have questions about the contents of the transcript, contact the Enrollment Services/Admission and Records Office at your college.

Please note that unofficial transcripts are available in ACES by doing the following:

  • Login to ACES
  • Click Web Services
  • Select Student Tab
  • Go to Student Records
  • Click Academic Transcripts
  • Select Transcript Level --> Undergraduate
  • Select Transcript Type --> Unofficial Transcript
  • Click Submit
 

Student ID and Password 

If you do not have your Alamo Colleges District ID you need to go through the admissions process to receive one: how to apply.

 

Technical Support

 
For technical assistance, please call Support Central at 210-485-0555 or email helpdesk@alamo.edu.