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Each semester, Palo Alto College history professor Peter Myers offers a unique class project to engage students in learning about history. Read More >
Palo Alto College kicked off this spring’s installment of the Working Writers Series with a visit from award-winning poet and author Tino Villanueva. Read More >
At Palo Alto College, a new initiative implemented by instructors is helping teach students how to train their brains to succeed in all subjects. Read More >
Palo Alto College’s mission to inspire, empower, and educate the community for leadership and success is expanding this spring with the launch of the new Palo Alto College Honors Program. Read More >
Palo Alto College looks to expand partnerships with Early College High Schools and continue changing students' perspectives on learning. Read More >
The Student Health, Advocacy, Resource and Engagement (S.H.A.R.E.) Center is now open, offering services to help improve students’ food disparities, clothing needs, physical and mental health, and engagement. Read More >
A critical part of education is learning from those who actively work in a student’s desired career field. When students at Palo Alto College were surveyed last year, a majority indicated that they were interested in more career preparation services. As a result, the College launched the Alamo Institutes Career Network Series in fall 2016. Read More >
PAC Agriculture Program grows and educates students and surrounding community. Read More >
Palo Alto College has been named to the 2017 Military Friendly® Schools from a list of more than 8,800 colleges that support America’s military service members and veterans. Read More >
This fall, each student enrolled in a teaching course at Palo Alto College is giving back… in the classroom. Read More >
Palo Alto College will begin offering a new Industrial Technology degree program in spring 2017 to support the high demand for occupations in Advanced Manufacturing in San Antonio. Read More >
Palo Alto College has received a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education to develop and carry out initiatives to increase the number of Hispanic and/or limited-income students pursuing and completing degrees in STEM. Read More >
Earlier this year, a group of 11 students from Harlandale ISD and Palo Alto College’s S.T.E.M. Early College High School (ECHS) formed a successful competitive a robotics team. Read More >
Students Melanie Salazar and Rene Neira were looking forward to attending college together this fall, not just as fellow students but as family. Read More >
The Children's Library welcomes young readers of the community to come and enjoy their great resources. Read More >
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