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500 plus PAC students set to cross stage

In the Student Annex Center at Palo Alto College, you can sense the excitement fill the air as students line up to pick up their graduation gowns for this year’s commencement ceremony. Read More >

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500 plus PAC students set to cross stage

In the Student Annex Center at Palo Alto College, you can sense the excitement fill the air as students line up to pick up their graduation gowns for this year’s commencement ceremony. Read More >

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PAC Twins Awarded Scholarship

It began with a phone call when Adriana Weaver received the news that would change the course of her life. Read More >

Student of the Month, May 2015

Student of the Month - May 2015

Johnny Lopez has been named Palo Alto College's Student of the Month for May 2015. Read More >

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PAC professor publishes first novel

Aside from crunching numbers and solving math problems, Joseph Ottum a mathematics professor at Palo Alto College has another passion, writing. Read More >

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Hort program blooms future entrepreneurs

Students enrolled in the Horticulture program at PAC appreciate nature and the opportunity to begin their own business. Read More >

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High school sophomores attend first college course

For many high school students, attending college only happens after graduation. But for students enrolled in the S.T.E.M Early College High School program, the first day of college happened their sophomore year of high school. Read More >

Cosmetology New Program

Cosmetology now offered at Palo Alto College

Palo Alto College, one of the Alamo Colleges, will launch an accredited Cosmetology program beginning on March 23. Read More >

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Curriculum prepares students to care for animals

A love for animals is the reason why students are willing to undergo a rigorous curriculum at Palo Alto College in order to become a Licensed Veterinarian Technician. Read More >

Palo Alto College, Texas AandM University-San Antonio, and Toyota Texas announce STEM scholarship collaboration

 Palo Alto College, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. announced a new scholarship on Tuesday, June 19, to support the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The first recipient of this prestigious scholarship, Katie Drzymala of East Central High School in the East Central Independent School District, will receive $25,000 based on her intentions to become a math teacher and her outstanding application.

Katie will enroll in Palo Alto College, one of the Alamo Colleges, in Fall 2012 and commit to attending Texas A&M-San Antonio to complete her teaching degree in a STEM area. The scholarship will pay for tuition, fees, and books for four years of college.

“We are excited about this education initiative as we partner with Palo Alto College and Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Placing more STEM teachers in our local independent school districts is critical to the continued growth and sustainment of the required workforce of tomorrow,” said David Crouch, Vice President of Administration at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas. “We have great faith in Katie and her future.”

“This scholarship is a model of partnership and collaboration that demonstrates an understanding of the value of investing in our children and our STEM programs for the benefit of entire communities,” said Dr. Maria Hernandez Ferrier, President of Texas A&M University-San Antonio. “Toyota, Palo Alto College, and Texas A&M-San Antonio are here to help Katie pay it forward for the South Side and all of San Antonio.”

Toyota plans to make the scholarship an annual award that will be open to students at high schools in the following school districts: East Central, Harlandale, Somerset, Southside, Southwest, and South San Antonio.

This critical scholarship offers a double benefit to several area school districts in that students who will attend Palo Alto College and commit to obtain a teaching degree in a STEM field at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. will be eligible to apply, and students will also commit to applying to a teaching position in the school district that they graduated from, ideally returning to their former middle or high school. Katie says she plans to return to East Central High School to teach math.

Click here to read the official press release.

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