Return to Campus




We continue to take careful, gradual steps to open the SAC campus. Below is a timeline for our return. 

  • Summer 2021:
    Operating at Level 2, up to 50% with a contingency plan for Level I up to 75% capacity
    effective July 6, 2021 through August 15, 2021
  • Fall 2021:
    Plans for Level 1 up to 75% capacity
    effective August 23, 2021 through December 17, 2021


Hours of Operation:

July 6 – July 25

Remote service hours:
Mon. - Thurs. 8 am-7 pm
Thursday: 5 pm–7 pm (Team Huddle Updates Optional)

Closed all Fridays: July 9 – July 23
Closed all Saturdays : July 10 – July 24

On Campus Hours
Monday -Thursday 8 am to 7 pm

July 26 –Aug 29

Remote service hours:
Mon. - Thurs. 8 am-7 pm
Fri. 8 am-5 pm

Open All Saturdays in August from 9 am-1 pm: August 7, 14, 21, 28

On Campus Hours:
Monday -Thursday 8 am up to 7 pm

Fall 2021: Aug 30-Dec 10

Remote service hours:
Mon. - Fri. 8 am-5 pm
College rotating late nights  5 pm-7 pm *

Closed Labor Day Monday, Sept. 6
Open All Saturdays in August from 9 am-1 pm: Sept. 4; Oct. 2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4 
No late nights Nov. 22-24
Closed Nov. 25-26 for observance of Thanksgiving
No late nights Dec. 13-16
Closed Dec. 18-Jan. 2 for Winter Break

On Campus Hours:
Monday -Thursday 8 am up to 5 pm


Services on Campus include:

  • Admissions
  • Welcome Center/Onboarding
  • Testing and Assessment 
  • Financial Aid
  • Business Services
  • Advising
  • Student Advocacy Center
  • Library 
  • Empowerment Center 
  • Veterans Affairs
  • International Students
  • Academic Tutoring
  • disABILITY Support
  • Office of Student Life 

Health Screening Locations

In an effort to ensure that we are maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all, before proceeding to your requested area, you must first go to a Health Screening Station located in any of the following buildings:

  • Moody Learning Center
  • Nursing & Allied Health Complex
  • Oppenheimer Center
  • Chance Academic Center
  • Longwith Radio, Television & Film Building


Keep Learning Plan

The coronavirus pandemic has forced students to make tough decisions that disrupt their academic progress. Some are choosing between continuing their educational paths and meeting basic needs, such as paying rent and utilities, buying food, child care and health care. 

We have a plan to keep students in college and on track in the face of the challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis. Our Keep Learning Plan relieves the financial burden of tuition and fees through scholarships.

Four strategies for financial relief to help you stay in college:

Financial Help for Early Childhood Care

The early childhood program has funds from a Department of Education CCAMPIS grant to help pay for childcare for students with children from six-months to five-years.

Students enrolled in CTE programs can apply for the CCAMPIS grant to help pay for off-campus care at select accredited early childhood programs. Through the grant, parents enrolled in the program will only have to pay $15 - $20 per week for childcare. The grant is open to other SAC students with young children as well.

To remain eligible for the grant, students must complete these requirements:

  • Earn grades of C or higher in all courses 
  • Maintain enrollment in a minimum of nine credit hours 
  • Check ACES email on a daily basis 
  • Attend three scheduled parent workshops 
  • Meet with child’s teacher 
  • Complete four volunteer hours 
  • Meet all required deadlines for submitting documentation  

To apply for the grant, click here.

Need Help Enrolling?

Admissions and Enrollment

We’d love to hear from you! Reach out to us at, or catch us on LiveChat located on the bottom right of this page, or call us at 210-212-5266 or text us at 210-201-3359

Virtual Welcome Center
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday
Monday-Friday 10am-7pm


Call: 210-212-5266
Text: (210) 201-3359 

For questions regarding AlamoPROMISE:

Class Format Definitions 

Hybrid/Blended Course

NEW: HYBRID: This course has online or remote instruction with an on-campus (on-site) component.

Online/Fully Distance Education Course

NEW: Online: Asynchronous instruction delivered online via Canvas and additional online tools. There may be a face-to-face component such as orientation, laboratory, exam review, or an in-person test.

Remote Synchronous

NEW: Remote Learning: Synchronous instruction, the same as a standard course only on Zoom at the originally scheduled class times. 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.

Face-to-Face (F2F)

NEW: Face-to-Face: This course meets on-campus (on-site) for instruction. 


Note for Distance Learning: Participation in class requires a computer, microphone and a webcam. Contact your instructor to address any issues that might prevent you from using your webcam. After enrolling in class, contact OTS if you need to borrow equipment.