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Student Success & Advocacy Center

Supporting People Through Advocacy, Care and Equity

 During this challenging time, Student Advocacy Centers across the Alamo Colleges District will continue to support our students by providing wraparound support services remotely.  We will help with issues that are outside the classroom but can negatively impact stress, focus, and student performance.  We will provide online counseling and case management support as well as emergency aid and access to community resources.  

PLEASE CONTACT THE ALAMO COLLEGES HELPLINE AT 210-486-1111 8 AM-7 PM M-TH AND FRI 8 AM-5 PM.

To contact the St. Philip’s College Advocacy Center, please call or e-mail Sasha Wilhelm (awilhelm3@alamo.edu, 210-486-2827) In your message please include your name, banner ID, and student email. 

Social Media

Instagram: @SPCAdvocates

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Food Assistance

The San Antonio Food Bank is continuing to serve the Bexar County and surrounding areas. Their COVID-19 response page is updated daily with the latest on food distribution and services. Please check it regularly and make sure you scroll down to get all the information. 

COVID-19 Response Campaign

St. Philip’s College Project Success Emergency Grant Program

With funding support from the Trellis Company, SPC offers students the opportunity to apply for an Emergency Grant.  The purpose of the grant is to provide short-term financial assistance to enrolled, eligible students to address emergency situations such as housing/rent, utilities, food, medical/dental, personal auto expenses, public transportation/bus passes, child care, and other allowable crisis not covered by scholarships or other financial aid. To apply students may contact Sasha Wilhelm at awilhelm3@alamo.edu

 

 

 

SPC CARES Act

St. Philip’s College’s Authorized Representative and President, Dr. Adena Loston, signed the Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, uploading and returning the document to the U.S. Department of Education as part of the institutions’ application submission to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-Student Aid grant program via the Grants.gov portal. In signing the aforementioned certification and agreement document, St. Philip’s College assures its intent to use no less than 50% of the Federal funding received under Section 18004 (a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

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Contact Information

Director of Advocacy:
Sasha Wilhelm
awilhelm3@alamo.edu
210-486-2827
MLK Sutton Learning Center (SLC), 102