Each of San Antonio’s public higher education institutions received more money from the 86th legislative session. Here’s how they plan to use it.
The new, almost 160,000 square-foot facility will house 580 Alamo Colleges employees who currently work at four different sites across the county.
Alamo Colleges, city, and county leaders are moving forward with preliminary plans to start a local college promise program by fall 2020.
Alamo Colleges voted to forgive debts of less than $500 from students who enrolled in Fall 2017 or before. More than 9,000 students qualify for the program.
The Women’s Hall of Fame is saluting the four inductees’ contributions in student success, alternative schools, community engagement, and school operations.
New Hemisfair Conservancy programming includes on-site occupational and physical therapists to help families learn to safely enjoy playground offerings.
VIA Metropolitan Transit on Tuesday extended its U-Pass program to all five schools within the Alamo Colleges District.
The program, which is being called Alamo Promise, would be styled after similar programs in the state, including Dallas County Promise.
Alamo Colleges was one of 12 organizations from 27 applicants that received a site visit and one of only four in education.
The goal is to enroll 250 additional Hispanic, minority, and low-income students to become teachers certified in bilingual education, ESL, math, or science.