Return to Campus FAQs
For the Summer semester, Alamo Colleges will phase up through Levels 4, 3, and 2. Up to 50% of instruction will be face-to-face (F2F). Students will be notified of the modality for the course at the time of registration.
Face-to-face contact between staff and students during this period is limited due to social distancing requirements. On-campus classes will be prioritized for courses that require in-person instruction, and the colleges and regional centers will manage the number of individuals on-site at the same time to ensure appropriate occupancy for the designated level.
For the Fall semester, Alamo Colleges will phase up to Level 1. Up to 75% of instruction will be face-to-face (F2F). Students will be notified of the modality for the course at the time of registration.
On-campus classes will be prioritized for courses that require in-person instruction, and the colleges and regional centers will manage the number of individuals on-site at the same time to ensure appropriate occupancy for the designated level.
Please contact your certified advisor for more details.
Alamo Colleges is committed to the health and safety of our students, as well as their academic and career development.
As such, all student development activities (Student Life, experiential learning, etc.) this summer will occur remotely and travel on behalf of the college is not permitted.
All information will be shared online at alamo.edu/returntocampus.
Additionally, we encourage students to monitor alamo.edu emails for news announcements and updates.
If a student is exposed to or tests positive for COVID-19, they should stay home, notify their Instructor, and return any phone calls or messages (text or email) from Alamo Colleges District Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) or the Coordinator of College Risk Management (CCRM) from their respective college.
After the initial contact from a member of ERM or the CCRM, the student will receive further information and instructions via email.
Yes. Face coverings will be worn by all on-campus and social distancing protocols will be followed.
Masks, gloves and hand sanitizer will be available at each entry point and for anyone in need.
For example, if a student forgets to bring a mask, they will be provided one at the entry point.
Temperature checks will be required for all students, faculty, and staff on campus.
When arriving on one of our campuses, students, faculty, staff, and visitors will pass through a designated entry point where a temperature check and health screening questionnaire will be conducted and masking will be required to ensure the safest possible environment is maintained for everyone and to control the number of individuals in each college and at any one time.
Individuals who do not pass the health screening or masking standards will not be granted access.
Free on-site weekly COVID-19 screenings will be available to interested employees and students. Schedule an appointment.
Services will be provided to students both on-campus and remotely throughout the fall via on-site, Zoom, phone, chat, email and other methods. Hours and services will vary.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call 210-21-ALAMO or visit our Current Students page.
To ensure the health and safety of our college community, no on-campus events will be held.
This includes recreational sports, student organization meetings and events, or various location-based activities.
Each day before returning to campus make sure you are free of ANY symptoms potentially related to COVID-19.
If you begin to develop one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever (100 degrees F or higher), chills, repeated shaking with chills, runny nose or new sinus congestion, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, fatigue, new gastrointestinal symptoms, or new loss of taste or smell please contact your instructor, make plans to stay at home, and pursue medical attention.
Do not attend class if you have any of the symptoms outlined above.
The health and safety of the Alamo Colleges District is a shared responsibility, and vaccination is one of many efforts we may choose to take to protect ourselves and those around us. With health and safety as the top priority of the Alamo Colleges, all students and employees who will be on-site are strongly encouraged to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, although it is not a presently required. The COVID-19 vaccination is now available to individuals age 16 and up in Texas. For more information on the vaccination site located at St. Philip’s College, visit WeCanDoItSA.com.
In addition to the normal stressors that any student may feel, the COVID-19 pandemic may have created additional stress and uncertainty for you.
If you are an enrolled student, the services of our Advocacy Center, which includes counseling, are available to you.
Please contact the Alamo Colleges Helpline 210-486-1111 for assistance.
If you need a loaner Laptop Computer or Internet Hotspot to assist your educational endeavors please contact your college’s Information Technology department at the number below to see if you qualify.
These no-cost resources are available for immediate check-out.
Important updates are posted regularly on the Financial Aid Page.
For the upcoming summer semester, FWS will remain 100% remote during this time.
Please contact financial aid by calling call 210-21-ALAMO or visiting the Financial Aid Page for more information.