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First Time Public or Private School Student

All students seeking college and high school credit through any of the Alamo Colleges’ high school programs, must complete the admission process to be considered and accepted.

  • Apply: http://www.applytexas.org – Follow the Ready-Set-Apply steps to complete
  • Parent/Student Consent Form: The form is accessible through your high school counselor/dual credit liaison. Please submit to your designated high school contact upon completion.
  • Bacterial Meningitis: Do not submit documentation through Magnus. Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not documentation is required for admission. For additional information go to http://www.alamo.edu/meningitis/.
  • College Transcripts: College transcripts are not required unless you have earned college credit from an accredited institution and would like the credit used for course eligibility. Official college transcripts must be sealed and mailed or electronically sent to the College’s Admission and Records Office for college readiness and placement consideration by the posted deadline. Notice from student, parent, or high school must be provided to the College’s Dual Credit Office to ensure the transcript is processed in a timely manner.
  • TSI: Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine the type of Pre-Assessment Activity necessary and testing dates offered on your high school campus, prior to taking the TSI Assessment.  
  • Verify Registration: Students are responsible for verifying enrollment prior to the first day of class each term. Failure to verify your enrollment can prevent you from participating in the program.
    • Login to ACES
    • Go to the MY COURSES tab
      • The Select Term box will default to the current term
      • The Course List will reflect the course(s) you are enrolled into for the term selected
       
    • Inform your high school counselor/dual credit liaison IMMEDIATELY, if the following statement appears: Courses yet to be registered.
     
  • Pay for Classes: Tuition and fees are waived through the College’s Dual Credit Office for all Alamo Colleges’ high school programs. Please DO NOT make payment and/or accept a refund if your account reflects a balance or refund. Contact your College’s Dual Credit Office for assistance with this matter.
  • Go to Class: Attending classes and participating in them helps you make better grades. Your first week of class, especially the first day provides you with important information for the rest of the semester. The Alamo Colleges requires regular and punctual attendance in all classes. Your absences are recorded immediately.
    • If you DO NOT attend on the FIRST DAY of each class in which you are enrolled, you may be DROPPED from the class.
    • Waivers may be available; contact your instructor prior to the first class session.
    • If you are taking classes online, you should check your course(s) in Canvas for Smart Start attendance verification instructions.
     

Returning Public or Private School Student

All students seeking college and high school credit through any of the Alamo Colleges’ high school programs, must complete the admission process to be considered and accepted.

  • Apply: http://www.applytexas.org – Returning students generally DO NOT have to re-apply. Seek guidance from your high school counselor/dual credit liaison and/or your College’s Dual Credit Office to determine whether or not you need to re-apply. Then follow the Ready-Set-Apply steps to complete
  • Parent/Student Consent Form: Returning students generally DO NOT have to re-submit a Parent/Student Consent. Resubmission is only necessary if the form has been adjusted with new policy. Seek guidance from your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not you need to re-submit the consent form.
  • Bacterial Meningitis: Do not submit documentation through Magnus. Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not documentation is required for admission. For additional information go to http://www.alamo.edu/meningitis/.
  • College Transcripts: College transcripts are not required unless you have earned college credit from an accredited institution and would like the credit used for course eligibility. Official college transcripts must be sealed and mailed or electronically sent to the College’s Admission and Records Office for college readiness and placement consideration by the posted deadline. Notice from student, parent, or high school must be provided to the College’s Dual Credit Office to ensure the transcript is processed in a timely manner.
  • TSI: Returning students generally DO NOT need to re-test unless necessary to qualify for a subject to continue the program. Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine the type of Pre-Assessment Activity necessary and testing dates offered on your high school campus, prior to taking the TSI Assessment.
  • Verify Registration: Students are responsible for verifying enrollment prior to the first day of class each term. Failure to verify your enrollment can prevent you from participating in the program.
    • Login to ACES
    • Go to the MY COURSES tab
      • The Select Term box will default to the current term
      • The Course List will reflect the course(s) you are enrolled into for the term selected
    • Inform your high school counselor/dual credit liaison IMMEDIATELY, if the following statement appears: Courses yet to be registered.
  • Pay for Classes: Tuition and fees are waived through the College’s Dual Credit Office for all Alamo Colleges’ high school programs. Please DO NOT make payment and/or accept a refund if your account reflects a balance or refund. Contact your College’s Dual Credit Office for assistance with this matter.
  • Go to Class: Attending classes and participating in them helps you make better grades. Your first week of class, especially the first day provides you with important information for the rest of the semester. The Alamo Colleges requires regular and punctual attendance in all classes. Your absences are recorded immediately.
    • If you DO NOT attend on the FIRST DAY of each class in which you are enrolled, you may be DROPPED from the class.
    • Waivers may be available; contact your instructor prior to the first class session.
    • If you are taking classes online, you should check your course(s) in Canvas for Smart Start attendance verification instructions.

First Time Home School Student

All students seeking college and high school credit through any of the Alamo Colleges’ high school programs, must complete the admission process to be considered and accepted.

  • Apply: http://www.applytexas.org – Follow the Ready-Set-Apply steps to complete
  • MOU (Memo of Understanding): The forms are accessible through your College’s Dual Credit Office. Please make an appointment to complete all additional forms once you have applied for the program.
  • Parent/Student Consent Form: The form is accessible and must be returned to your College’s Dual Credit Office upon completion.
  • Bacterial Meningitis: Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not documentation is required for admission. For additional information go to http://www.alamo.edu/meningitis/.
  • College Transcripts: College transcripts are not required unless you have earned college credit from an accredited institution and would like the credit used for course eligibility. Official college transcripts must be sealed and mailed or electronically sent to the College’s Admission and Records Office for college readiness and placement consideration by the posted deadline. Notice from student, parent, or high school must be provided to the College’s Dual Credit Office to ensure the transcript is processed in a timely manner.
  • TSI: The AlamoENROLL Dual Credit GoFAARR and Test Prep modules must be completed as the TSI Assessment’s Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) prior to taking the assessment. To take the TSI Assessment and find information on possible exemption criteria go to http://www.alamo.edu/district/test-process/
  • Verify Registration: Students are responsible for verifying enrollment prior to the first day of class each term. Failure to verify your enrollment can prevent you from participating in the program.
    • Login to ACES
    • Go to the MY COURSES tab
      • The Select Term box will default to the current term
      • The Course List will reflect the course(s) you are enrolled into for the term selected
    • Inform your high school counselor/dual credit liaison IMMEDIATELY, if the following statement appears: Courses yet to be registered.
  • Pay for Classes: Tuition and fees are waived through the College’s Dual Credit Office for all Alamo Colleges’ high school programs. Please DO NOT make payment and/or accept a refund if your account reflects a balance or refund. Contact your College’s Dual Credit Office for assistance with this matter.
  • Go to Class: Attending classes and participating in them helps you make better grades. Your first week of class, especially the first day provides you with important information for the rest of the semester. The Alamo Colleges requires regular and punctual attendance in all classes. Your absences are recorded immediately.
    • If you DO NOT attend on the FIRST DAY of each class in which you are enrolled, you may be DROPPED from the class.
    • Waivers may be available; contact your instructor prior to the first class session.
    • If you are taking classes online, you should check your course(s) in Canvas for Smart Start attendance verification instructions.

Returning Home School Student

  • Apply: http://www.applytexas.org – Returning students generally DO NOT have to re-apply. Seek guidance from your high school counselor/dual credit liaison and/or your College’s Dual Credit Office to determine whether or not you need to re-apply. Then follow the Ready-Set-Apply steps to complete
  • Parent/Student Consent Form: Returning students generally DO NOT have to re-submit a Parent/Student Consent. Resubmission is only necessary if the form has been adjusted with new policy. Seek guidance from your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not you need to re-submit the consent form.
  • Bacterial Meningitis: Refer to your high school counselor/dual credit liaison to determine whether or not documentation is required for admission. For additional information go to http://www.alamo.edu/meningitis/.
  • College Transcripts: College transcripts are not required unless you have earned college credit from an accredited institution and would like the credit used for course eligibility. Official college transcripts must be sealed and mailed or electronically sent to the College’s Admission and Records Office for college readiness and placement consideration by the posted deadline. Notice from student, parent, or high school must be provided to the College’s Dual Credit Office to ensure the transcript is processed in a timely manner.
  • TSI: Returning students generally DO NOT need to re-test unless necessary to qualify for a subject to continue the program. Refer to your College’s Dual Credit Office to determine whether or not a re-test is necessary to continue participation in the program.
  • Verify Registration: Students are responsible for verifying enrollment prior to the first day of class each term. Failure to verify your enrollment can prevent you from participating in the program.
    • Login to ACES
    • Go to the MY COURSES tab
      • The Select Term box will default to the current term
      • The Course List will reflect the course(s) you are enrolled into for the term selected
    • Inform your high school counselor/dual credit liaison IMMEDIATELY, if the following statement appears: Courses yet to be registered.
  • Pay for Classes: Tuition and fees are waived through the College’s Dual Credit Office for most Alamo Colleges’ high school programs. Please DO NOT make payment and/or accept a refund if your account reflects a balance or refund. Contact your College’s Dual Credit Office for assistance with this matter.
  • Go to Class: Attending classes and participating in them helps you make better grades. Your first week of class, especially the first day provides you with important information for the rest of the semester. The Alamo Colleges requires regular and punctual attendance in all classes. Your absences are recorded immediately.
    • If you DO NOT attend on the FIRST DAY of each class in which you are enrolled, you may be DROPPED from the class.
    • Waivers may be available; contact your instructor prior to the first class session.
    • If you are taking classes online, you should check your course(s) in Canvas for Smart Start attendance verification instructions.

Login to ACES

ACES is your connection to access your college records and receive important information and deadline reminders. Go to https://alamoaces.alamo.edu/ and find the MY PAGE tab to get started. If you have trouble logging in, seek your login information from your high school counselor/dual credit liaison or call the Help Desk at 210-485-0555

Do not login until 3 to 4 days after your application has been submitted.

Contact the College’s Dual Credit Office

We are happy to provide our students with quality service and step by step guidance with the admission and registration process. Please do not hesitate to contact your College’s Dual Credit Office for assistance: http://www.alamo.edu/main.aspx?id=28542

  • FERPA Notice: Please be aware that the College is unable to disclose information regarding your record/participation in any of the Alamo Colleges’ high school programs to your parents or legal guardian once you are considered a college student. Per Alamo College policy a student is protected by FERPA law once their application has been processed in our system.

For more information regarding FERPA regulations please go to: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/parents.html