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SAC Celebrates Service Awards

San Antonio College honored 38 employees for their years of service in a special celebration on Friday, March 6. Read More >

Service Awards - 40 Years

SAC Celebrates Service Awards

San Antonio College honored 38 employees for their years of service in a special celebration on Friday, March 6. Read More >

Dr. Blackwood Reception

SAC Welcomes Dr. Blackwood

The San Antonio College community welcomed Vice President for Academic Success Dr. Jothany Blackwood with a reception at the Koehler House on Tuesday afternoon. Read More >

Student of the Month

Pamela Frias Named Student of the Month

San Antonio College student Pamela Frias was recently named the Alamo Colleges La Prensa Inspirational Student of the Month for January 2015. Read More >


EDGE Program Accepting Applications

The San Antonio College Early Development of General Engineering (EDGE) program is currently accepting applications for Summer 2015. Read More >


Interpreter Training Program Awarded

The San Antonio College Interpreter Training Program has been named a Sorenson Video Relay Service (SVRS) Excellence and Innovation in Interpreter Education Award. Read More >

Student Spotlight: SGA president and vice president


Andrew Hubbard and Aaron Gonzalez ran for offices for the Student Government Association as “The A Team,” but they weren’t really running mates – the SGA doesn’t work that way.  Today they are working together as president and vice president respectively and appear very confident that they can make a difference at San Antonio College.

Hubbard, 19, is a freshman business administration major.  Gonzalez, 21, is criminal justice major and is also attending St. Mary’s University. He plans to attend law school – the next step to a career in politics.    

Hubbard’s hobby is music, he sings and plays the piano. Gonzalez is into weightlifting, fitness and watching sports.   

Both students got involved in SGA before deciding to run for office this year.

“I had a class with Jacob Wong (last year’s SGA president). He invited me to regular SGA meetings,” Hubbard said.

Gonzalez was involved in the Criminal Justice Student Association – which he says led to his interest in SGA. A 2010 graduate of Marshall High School, Gonzalez said he wasactive in student government there.     

Hubbard was home-schooled since kindergarten.  “When I started closing off high school year I was aware that SAC was the best for me,” Hubbard said.

About 500  – out of 25,000 students – voted in the SGA elections.  Both officers want to improve the number of students who are active in Student Government.  Hubbard outlines his three goals this way:

1. Accurately represent students;

2. Help students the best possible way we can;

3. Increase the presence of SGA on campus.

Gonzalez said he likes working with people who are willing to serve.

“What sets this campus apart is diversity,” Hubbard agrees.

“Our job is to enhance the college experience for students,” Gonzalez said.  “They elected us to serve them.”

The SGA president and vice president are also working   to establish a Student Senate. This would be made up of students from each program or organization on campus and the goal would be to address problems and concerns of students. The Student Senate meets Mondays at 2 p.m. in the Loftin Student Center (LSC).

SGA meetings are held the first and third Monday of the month from noon to 1 p.m. in the LSC, Craft Room (2nd floor).  For more information, call 210-486-0133. 

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Photo: SGA Vice President Aaron Gonzalez (left) and President Andrew Hubbard.