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Return to Alamo Colleges

Welcome back to the Alamo Colleges

If you began attending Alamo Colleges but needed a break for professional or personal reasons, we are ready to welcome you back. More importantly, AlamoONLINE is here to help you get back on track to finish that degree, certificate, or award you set out to get in the first place.

AlamoONLINE is college—when and where you want it

Earning your degree online means no more driving and no more waiting. As a fully online student, you can turn in your assignments, attend classes, talk to your professor and classmates, and more all online. It’s still fast. It’s still affordable. And now it’s on your terms.

Take the steps towards your success

As a former student from any of the Alamo Colleges, you may have completed many of the steps towards your success already. For this reason, to ensure you experience a frictionless transition back into the Alamo Colleges, we created this easy to follow:

Ready to get started!

For more information

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

About AlamoONLINE

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.