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Welcome to ACES

Alamo Colleges Education Services is a secure portal connecting Faculty, Staff & Students to Academic Resources, Email, and other Online Resources.

Support Contacts: Helpdesk: 210-485-0555 | Weather Line: 210-485-0189

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St. Philip's College Library

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123

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St. Philip's ensures ACCESS. YOU create SUCCESS!

When you're a student, learning is your job! 

The Disability Services (DS) is a hub of activities, support, referrals, and encouragement for our St. Philip's College students with disabilities. SPC ensures access so you can create success! The Disability Services department ensures reasonable academic support to eligible students with disabilities. At the Southwest campus, contact us at The LIFEspace Center. We follow national best practices to ensure that our students have access to the latest information and technologies.
 

PTSD June 2017 Awareness Month

After a trauma or life-threatening event, it is common to have reactions such as upsetting memories of the event, increased jumpiness, or trouble sleeping. If these reactions do not go away or if they get worse, you may have Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  If you are a student diagnosed with PTSD, stop by our office for academic services, referrals, and support.  See flyer.  


Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities

According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), approximately 11% of undergraduate students have a disability.  Considering that around 20.2 million students are enrolled at U.S. colleges, an estimated 2 million of them are likely living with some type of a disability.  This may include a visual impairment, a specific learning disability, an orthopedic impairment, hard of hearing/deafness, or a speech disability, among others.  Many of these students receive federal financial aid while some work part-time and/or receive financial assistance from their families to help pay for college.  There are a large number of scholarships for students with disabilities from outside sources.  To assist in this search, Affordable Colleges created a list of the current disability scholarships being offered from various foundations and organizations.  Select scholarships to visit the list.  

 


National Organization Links

         LD Online
         CHADD
         Learning Ally (formerly RFBD)
         University of Washington: DO-IT         

 


Contact Information

Sr. Coordinator: Maria G Botello
Email: mbotello@alamo.edu
Phone Number: 210-486-2199
Schedule Appointmentwww.calendly.com/mbotello  

Certified Advisor:  Ed Dunn
Emailedunn11@alamo.edu
Phone Number:  210-486-2412
Schedule Appointmentwww.calendly.com/edunn11  

Locations:
MLK Campus
Sutton Learning Center 102
Summer Office Hours:  8am - 7pm

Southwest Campus
LIFEspace Center, ITC A-135
Phone: 210-486-7175
Summer Office Hours:  Mondays & Thursdays, 8am - 7pm