Students graduating from 25 Bexar County public high schools will be able to attend Alamo Colleges tuition-free with Wednesday’s launch of Alamo Promise.
Judson trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to fill a vacant board seat. Rafael Diaz will take the oath of office on Oct. 10.
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San Antonio’s three public institutions of higher education are partnering to provide resources to current and former foster care youth enrolled in school.
This week, San Antonio leaders provided additional funding sources to support Alamo Promise initiative, including more than $150,000 from the City.
Alamo Colleges trustees chose current Judson ISD board member Jose Macias to fill a vacant board seat. Macias plans to submit his resignation to Judson Wednesday.
Alamo Colleges trustees voted to accept Denver McClendon’s resignation Tuesday night and start the application process to fill his vacant seat.
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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.