Find online courses

To find online courses available at the Alamo Colleges, follow these steps:

Step 1

Click Dynamic Schedule and follow steps 2 through 4.

Step 2

In the Search by Term field, use the drop-down menu to select your term of interest and click the Submit button at the bottom left-hand corner of the page.

Step 3

In the Class Schedule Search window:
  1. In the Subject field, select a subject of interest
  2. In the College field, select your college of interest
  3. In the Part of Term field, select a term
  4. In the Session field, select "Online"
  5. Click the Submit button at the bottom left-hand corner of the page
Tip: To select multiple options in any of the fields in the Class Schedule window, press the Control key on the keyboard (if you are a PC user) and the Command key (for Mac users), while clicking multiple entries.

Step 4

The Class Schedule Listing will show the most current online course offerings available along with an extensive list of essential details and information.


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Enrollment Coaches are here to help you get started with the application process and to guide you through registration for fully online courses this upcoming semester. We can also connect you to an advisor, as well as refer you to services available to online students.

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About AlamoONLINE

AlamoONLINE represents the range of opportunities for students pursuing degrees, certificates, or other offerings delivered 100% online from Northeast Lakeview College, Northwest Vista College, Palo Alto College, San Antonio College, and St. Philip’s College.

At our Alamo Colleges, a 100% online degree, certificate, other offering, or Transfer Advising Guide (TAG) has all courses offered fully online and does not require students to come on campus or to an external site except for required proctored exams or to participate in a clinical, internship, cooperative education, or practicum site.