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Last Updated 8/19/22

The Latest COVID-19 Updates

The Alamo Colleges District is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our community. Here, you will find updates and resources about precautions, health services and more.


The Alamo Colleges District continues to monitor COVID cases within our community and will deploy appropriate safety measures.

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We will continue to deploy the following COVID-19 safety measures:


We will begin to adjust the number of on-site events, and engagements while monitoring the levels and infection rates in our community.

We want to give students the best possible service to get connected to aid in their success while focusing on safety.

Indoor masking is strongly encouraged.

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Our ability to maintain on-site operations relies on each of us taking responsibility to:
  • get vaccinated or boosted
  • continue wearing masks while indoors
  • self-report COVID-19 exposure or diagnosis
  • quarantine as needed

While COVID-19 is shaping our approach, we remain committed to evaluating how we can adapt to balance the needs of our organization and students.
We are hopeful that these safety measures will allow us to ensure the health of our students and employees.


COVID-19 Reporting

Submit an Incident Report


  • Upon notification of exposure to COVID-19 or a positive COVID-19 test result, complete the COVID-19 Incident Reporting Form immediately and do not access campus.

  • We will work with you to complete the incident report process, including the identification of close contacts and a disinfecting plan.

View Instructions and Submit an Incident Report


Posted Health and Safety Requirements

The Alamo Colleges District requires employees, students and visitors to comply with the following measures to protect public health and safety, in accordance with our public health and safety procedure. View procedure C.2.19 »

Current Posting

Community Labs to suspend COVID-19 screening sites for staff, faculty and students (As of 4/5/22)

Community Labs will suspend Alamo Colleges District COVID-19 screening sites for staff, faculty and students at all five colleges and DSO due to a loss of state funding for school testing.


Get Tested


There are many COVID-19 Testing sites located all over the San Antonio area.

Find a Testing Location Near You

Get Vaccinated or Boosted


At the Alamo Colleges District, all students, faculty, and staff are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated or boosted.

Find a Vaccination Site Near You


Get Support

Advocacy Centers


Each college’s advocacy center provides a variety of services including:

  • Food pantries
  • Rent and utility assistance
  • Temporary housing assistance
  • Mental health counseling
  • Financial literacy
  • Job assistance
  • Clothing
  • Childcare
  • Connection to other community resources

Students are encouraged to contact their college's advocacy center or call the Student Advocacy Helpline to get connected with various resources based on their specific needs.


Learn More


Additional Resources

Community Resources

The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District has opened a COVID-19 hotline for residents to ask questions about the virus. The hotline is available in English and Spanish.

  • For COVID-19 questions call 210-207-5779
  • The hotline is open Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Find More Information at the San Antonio Metro Health Website

Employee Resources
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Future updates will be posted to this page. Employees should continue to check their employee email for immediate updates.

Employee Quarantine Guidelines (PDF)


Remote Teaching Resources

Remote Ready Teaching Checklist (PDF)

Keep Teaching Website