Keep Teaching

Prepare. Communicate. Teach Remote.

In the event of facility closure, the five Colleges have a plan for continuity of instruction. The Keep Teaching site provides full-time and adjunct faculty specific steps to take if remote teaching is required in order to continue instruction during an emergency facility closure(s). Faculty can begin preparations at any time (Step 1). Faculty should communicate with their students (Step 2) and then teach remote (Step 3) after being alerted by their Vice President for Academic Success, Dean, and/or Chair.

Always refer to the Alamo Colleges District website for official information on emergency preparedness. For official information on the Coronavirus and any responses by the Alamo Colleges District and its member Colleges, please check this site for updates.

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Implementation Milestones as of March 26, 2020

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Contact Us

District Helpdesk Information

210-485-0555 (Option 4)

Out of Town Students
866-493-3947 (toll-free)



College Helpdesks Information

San Antonio College Helpdesk

St. Philip's College Helpdesk

Palo Alto College Helpdesk

Northwest Vista College Helpdesk

Northeast Lakeview College Helpdesk


Hours of Operation

Monday—Friday 8 – 12 a.m.

Saturday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sunday 11 – 12 a.m.


Caller Checklist

When calling, please have the following information readily available:

  • Last four digits of SSN
  • Date of Birth
  • Banner ID


Instructional Support

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