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First-time-in-college students at the Alamo Colleges are required to complete MyMAP, a series of online modules that help students transition to college, before they can register.
Alamo Colleges Offer Hands-on Help with MyMAP in May

Alamo Colleges Offer Hands-on Help with MyMAP in May

First-time-in-college students at the Alamo Colleges are required to complete MyMAP, a series of online modules that help students transition to college, before they can register. Returning and transfer students may also find that completing some or all of the MyMAP modules helps them to be more successful in college.

The Alamo Colleges is offering free, personalized help with MyMAP during the month of May at each of the colleges. Staff will be on hand from 4-7 p.m. on the dates listed below to assist students in completing MyMAP.
Financial aid representatives also will be available.

Alamo Colleges - Palo Alto College, Monday, May 6 and 13
Welcome Advising Center, Palomino Bldg., Room 103, 210-486-3100

Alamo Colleges - San Antonio College, Tuesday, May 7 and 14
Fletcher Administration Center, Room 208 (Web Center), 210-486-0230

Alamo Colleges - St. Philip's College, Wednesday, May 8 and 15
Welcome Center, 210-486-2150

Alamo Colleges - Northeast Lakeview College, Thursday, May 9 and 16
Welcome Center, Student Commons Bldg., Room 300, 210-486-5401, option 4

Alamo Colleges - Northwest Vista College, Thursday, May 9 and 16.
Cypress Campus Center, room 200, 210-486-4300.
 

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