Self-registration steps for online students
Once you have completed the steps for applying to our Alamo Colleges, you can self-register for your fully online classes. Self-registration is an easy, 100% online process you can do on your own time.
Here are a few important upcoming dates to consider so you don't miss out on the courses you need to continue your online learning journey!
|Wintermester||16 Week||Flex I||Start Two||Flex II|
||Nov. 28||Jan. 2||Jan. 2||Jan. 16||Feb. 27|
||Dec. 6||Jan. 10||Jan. 10||Jan. 24||March 7|
||Dec. 12||Jan. 17||Jan. 17||Jan. 30||March 20|
||Dec. 30||May 13||May 13||March 11||May 13|
To add or drop online classes
Follow these steps. If you need assistance along the way, don't hesitate to reach out to your:
Contact your Alamo Colleges' advisor
To schedule a web conference, phone call, or face-to-face appointment with your college advisor, follow these steps.
For more information, visit your College’s advising webpage.
Contact an Enrollment Coach, today!
Enrollment Coaches are here to help you get started with the application process and to guide you through registration for fully online courses this upcoming semester. We can also connect you to an advisor, as well as refer you to services available to online students.
Don't delay, call (210) 485-0110 or email AlamoONLINE@alamo.edu, today!Frequently Asked Questions
AlamoONLINE represents the range of opportunities for students pursuing degrees, certificates, or other offerings delivered 100% online from Northeast Lakeview College, Northwest Vista College, Palo Alto College, San Antonio College, and St. Philip’s College.
At our Alamo Colleges, a 100% online degree, certificate, other offering, or Transfer Advising Guide (TAG) has all courses offered fully online and does not require students to come on campus or to an external site except for required proctored exams or to participate in a clinical, internship, cooperative education, or practicum site.