We are so proud of you and all your hard work and dedication. You all are also a part of the most unique semester in history. We know that this is an unprecedented time, however, receiving your degrees and certificates marks a major milestone and we will celebrate your accomplishments!
St. Philip’s College expresses appreciation to all graduates who persevered and excelled during a national crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced you to be resilient in your quest to complete your degree or certificate. We celebrate you!
For more information about Graduation, visit our web page at alamo.edu/spc/graduation. If you would like future Alumni information, please submit an Alumni Interest Card and email it to email@example.com.
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Check out our Spring 2022 Graduates at the Commencement ceremony. SPC Alumni, don't forget to follow us on social media @GoSPC and #goSPC.
We are recognizing our graduates in many ways! This week, we are sharing student stories through our #GraduateSpotlight!
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Graduation/Commencement Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Yes! Summer and Fall 2021 Graduates will be recognized during the College Commencement Ceremony at Freeman Coliseum.
The College’s Commencement is scheduled for Wednesday, December 8, 2021, at 7:00 p.m.
Yes, a parking permit will be required for our Graduates and is your all-access pass to Commencement. A parking permit will be available when you pick up your cap and gown. Guest without permits will be required to pay $10. No duplicate permits will be made available.
Welcome Center, room 203. November 17 – December 2, 2021. The college is closed Saturdays and on November 25-26 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Yes! Graduates will take a professional photo with Flash Photography.
It is the graduate’s responsibility to update their mailing address as soon as possible. Graduates should verify their mailing address in your ACES student portal and make necessary edits using a biographical change form. The biographical change form is located at alamo.edu/spc/records. Please update your address immediately.
No! Commencement is the celebration whereby public recognition is received for months and years of a student’s hard work. Graduation is the process involved in conferring a degree. Commencement is the public celebration whereby a graduate’s accomplishments are recognized.
Students who did not earn a degree are required to resubmit an application because the advisor must assure degree requirements have been met.
Students may re-order diplomas at any time.
The process to award a degree includes verifying passing grades and meeting all degree/graduation requirements. The degree conferment process takes up to 10-12 weeks after the end of the semester.
Diplomas will be mailed to the graduate’s primary address in the student record (ACES). It is very important to update your address.
Spring 2021 Commencement
Fall 2021 Graduates