Helpful Student Resources
Being able to find important information quickly is key in providing needed assistance to your students in a timely manner. Here you will find a variety of helpful academic and community resources that will help you provide the information that is relevant to helping meet your students needs.
SLAC Lab (Student Learning Assistance Center): Free computer usage, tutoring, and testing services.
Math Lab : Math tutoring is available in Spanish, Farsi and Arabic.
The Writing Center : Professional tutors help students with writing from any discipline.
BioSpot : Biology lab and equipment. Located next to the Biology Computer Lab.
Technical Support : Support with technology related issues, such as basic computing problems, software and hardware issues, and password recovery assistance.
Library : Information regarding library databases, resources and times
Distinct Student Populations
disAbility Support Services: Support services for student with a disability that have supported documentation supplied by a credentialed or certified person.
Veteran's Affairs: Assist all eligible veterans obtain financial assistance and information on Veterans Benefits.
TRIO : A federally funded program offered through Veteran's support services available for qualified students.
International Students Office: Admission information for international students.
Student Support Services
Student Advocacy Center: Services provided include food Pantry (free food twice a month per student), a clothing closet, book voucher program (supplies limited), case management services through referrals (application for public assistance, and emergency assistance including housing, health care, child care, utility assistance. Chance Academic Center Room 323. Phone number: 486-1003
Counseling : Trained and licensed staff help students deal with personal, social, educational and/or psychological matters.
Services for Women & Non-Traditional Students: Services are provided for women and non-traditional students other individuals needing support to succeed in a college environment.
Crisis Student Resources: Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and disability discrimination.
SAC Cares: Regarding complaints and conduct issues
Emergency Information and Emergency Plans:
Admissions: Information regarding admissions and registration.
Business Office: Information regarding payments, payment calendars, refunds, and parking plans.
Records and Transcripts: Information regarding submissions or requests.
Financial Aid: Information regarding filling out the FAFSA, The financial aid award process, refunds, dropping classes, appeals, state Aid and other programs.
Advising Institutes: See more information regarding the institutes & degree plans/ career paths offered at San Antonio College to determine your advising.
Advising Staff Listings: Advising Staff by Institute contact information:
Transfer and Career Center (TRAC) : Services for students interested in transferring to a 4-year university and exploring careers.
Co and Extra Curricular Engagement
Student Life: Provide co-curricular activities for student engagement.
OrgSync : Student Life uses OrgSync to post events & volunteer opportunities via OrgSync.