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PAC professor retires after 24 years

Dr. Dorothy Haecker, Professor of Philosophy at Palo Alto College, retires after serving 24 years. Read More >

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PAC professor retires after 24 years

Dr. Dorothy Haecker, Professor of Philosophy at Palo Alto College, retires after serving 24 years. Read More >

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PAC announces Oil & Gas degree

Palo Alto College now offers an Associate of Applied Science in Oil and Gas Technology. Read More >

Ozuna Library Reopens

The Ozuna Library and Learning Center officially reopened its doors on Aug. 28 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony. The building’s namesake, Mr. George Ozuna Jr., was in attendance and spoke to the crowd about his history with Palo Alto College.

The original building opened in 1997 and was dedicated as the George Ozuna Jr. Learning Resources and Academic Computing Center. George Ozuna Jr. served on the Alamo Community College District Board of Trustees from 1974 to 1986. As chairman from 1980 to 1984, he led the board to create Palo Alto College as the first college in the South side of San Antonio. In 1995, the Alamo Community College District Board of Trustees unanimously voted to name the building after Ozuna for his dedication to education in the South side.

The revamped 76,000-square-foot energy efficient complex has seven “smart” classrooms with advanced technology and seating for up to 30 students, a large computer lab with 180 computer stations, and second-story library housing six group study rooms, six individual study rooms, a 49-seat conference room, a leisure room, over 89,000 books and videos, plus many comfortable seating options for studying.

Further renovations will continue throughout the Fall and are expected to be complete in January 2014. Additions to the building will include a café, event space for up to 200 guests, a Family Resource room, and an additional 60-seat classroom that can be split into two learning areas. The building will also serve as home to Palo Alto College’s Gateway to College program, the Information and Communication Technology department, and an enhanced Instructional Innovation Center.

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