Bexar CountyDowntown San AntonioEst. 1945
Serving the Bexar County community through its programs and services that help students succeed in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed in today's world. Today, five colleges fulfill this promise with a vast array of courses and 2-year degrees.
Northeast Bexar County Est. 2007
Serving more than 6,000 students from the ten Metrocom Communities and northeast San Antonio. Named "Best Institutional Facility" by Live Oak Economic Development.
Northwest San Antonio Est. 1995
Creating opportunities for success by offering quality academic, technical and life-long learning experiences to its diverse communities in a collaborative, student-centered, data-informed and shared leadership environment.
South San Antonio Est. 1985
Palo Alto College is committed to building a college-going culture in our community through a new community effort, Educate South. This exciting new initiative focuses on beginning educational awareness at the earliest years.
East and Southwest San Antonio Est. 1898
A comprehensive public community college whose mission is to empower our diverse student population through educational achievement and career readiness.
San Antonio College has been named the top community college in the nation by the Aspen Institute, and is ranked among the Top 10 colleges for Hispanics by Hispanic Outlook Magazine.
The Alamo Colleges District serves the Bexar County community through its programs and services that help students succeed in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed in today's world.
The Alamo Colleges District and its five colleges have over 500 program offerings.
The Alamo Colleges encourages students to pursue an education beyond high school and welcome all students to attend.
Students are taught by highly qualified faculty with Master's and doctorate degrees dedicated to creating a learning-centered environment.
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January 1, 0001
The Alamo Colleges District, its five colleges, and all other locations will be closed on Thursday, July 2 in observance of Independence Day.
Regular summer hours will resume on Monday, July 6.