Alamo Colleges trustees voted to accept Denver McClendon’s resignation Tuesday night and start the application process to fill his vacant seat.
Commentary: To make San Antonio more competitive to new companies we must show we have an educated workforce.
Alamo Colleges trustees officially approved the first 25 high schools whose graduates will be eligible for free community college tuition starting fall 2020.
Alamo Colleges’ new 160,000-square-foot headquarters is located on the former site of Playland Park and features a large outdoor amphitheater.
Long-serving Alamo Colleges Trustee Denver McClendon submitted his resignation letter earlier this month. A replacement will be appointed.
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.