Student Life provides engaging activities that enhance the college experience at St. Philip’s College. Student Life activities build a sense of community and pride within the college, and create connections between the college and its students.
Welcome SPC Tigers! Want to know what is going on at SPC? Want to get involved? Experience what experiential learning opportunties SPC has to offer via AlamoEXPERIENCE today.
Connect with Student Life through:
- Zoomin' with Student Life: Tiger Nation United! (Zoom meetings with Student Life on Wednesdays at noon to promote engagement, conversation, fun and support),
- Student organizations,
- Campus events/activities,
- Student Success Newsletters,
- Social development and
- Sharing information
Student Lingo is a series of online workshops that cover a variety of Student Success topics. These workshops are interactive, fun, and a great resource to further your success and add to your Experience Transcript.
SPC Students - since we are learning and connecting remotely, we want to get competitive with our new online platform! Students who complete workshops from each category will receive awesome SPC swag and other fun prizes!
Workshop Categories include:
- Trainings For First Generation and Veteran Students
- Academic & Career Exploration
- Reading & Writing Strategies
- Online Learning
- Success Strategies
- And Much More!
Students can set up their free Student Lingo Profile by using their alamo.edu email address once you click on the link below.
Student Lingo Website: www.studentlingo.com/spc
Free Resources for Online Involvement
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several organizations are offering free online programming. We've listed some interesting spots below!
- Adobe Creative Cloud: Free Two Months
Tche Guggenheim Museum, NYC - Online Tour
- The Musée D'Orsay, Paris - Online Tour
- The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul - Online Tour
- The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles - Online Tour
- The Uffizi Gallery, Florence - Online Tour
- The Boboli Gardens, Florence - Online Tour
- Machu Picchu, Cusco, Peru - Online Tour
- The Museu de Arte de São Paulo - Online Tour
- The Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City - Online Tour
- The Art Institute of Chicago - Online Tour
- The Palace of Versailles, France - Online Tour
- The Tokyo National Museum - Online Tour
E. L. Turbon Student Center
This state of the art facility was built with the student in mind and aims to provide the best student experience possible.
Take a break and relax at our Turbon Student Center! Enjoy lounging around and playing a game of pool or ping pong. Get a quick snack at our Tiger Cafe.
Gaming at SPC
We have it all...from playing the ultimate gaming systems located at our video gaming area to watching cable tv between classes.
The Turbon Student Center is beautiful! Enjoy lounging, our bowling alley, pool tables, ping pong, video gaming area and much more. Students are encouraged to get involved in student organizations. There are numerous organizations on campus: social, special interest, and those affiliated with educational departments. Learn more about student organizations and Experiential Learning opportunities in TSC Suite 110.
Student Life Activities
St. Philip's College supports activities ranging from Men and Women's Basketball to Women's Volleyball, the Tiger Spirit Squad, and everything in between.
Spirit and Pride Crew
At St. Philip's College, you can join our various student organizations on campus to gain valuable leadership skills and experience.
Student Organizations, each unique in their own way, offer St. Philip’s College students a wide selection of personal interests and activities.
Student Life Community Activities
CultureFest & Rib Cook-off
The CultureFest & Rib Cook-Off has become a tradition on our campus. Every year, on the Thursday before the Battle of Flowers Parade, we welcome one and all to celebrate with us. Admission is free and open to the public.
Tigers Serve! What a great way to honor the legacy of Saint Artemisia Bowden, who served the college and community for 52 years. It might be the community garden, Jessica's Project, the MLK or Cesar Chavez Marches, the Juneteenth Parade, or sending e-cards to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Serve well!
EMBODI: Men of Color Conference
Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence (EMBODI) conference is designed to collaborate with established organizations and agencies to address the plight of an often over-looked demographic: young men of color.
Student Engagement Grants (SEG)
Grants are appropriated for the academic year. A grant recipient who demonstrates commitment to the project initiative and maintains academic eligibility may receive funding for each session.
The Department of Student Life has SEG opportunities in the following areas: Alamo Institutes, Spirit and Pride Crew, Student Government Association, Extramural Sports, QEP and the Collegiate 100. For more information on these projects stop by Turbon Student Center (TSC), Suite 110 or call Angela McPherson Williams/Dr. Mac at 210-486-2090.
Student Life Request Form
The Department of Student Life offers services that enrich our college with student life activities. If you are a faculty, staff or community member and would like to request services that involve the SPC Spirit Squad, mascot, and equipment, please complete the form below. Student organizations should use AlamoEXPERIENCE to request these items.
Hours of Operations
Director of Student Success:
Interim Associate Director of Student Success:
Administrative Services Specialist: