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New Program!

St. Philip’s is pleased to announce: The Associate of Arts, concentration in Mexican American Studies Read More >

Mexican American Studies

New Program!

St. Philip’s is pleased to announce: The Associate of Arts, concentration in Mexican American Studies Read More >

Fall Tiger PAWS Winners

Fall Tiger PAWS Winners

The winners of the Tiger PAWS Fall 2014 SEG Editorial Scholarships Read More >

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$10,000 Scholarship Opportunity

HOW CAN $10,000 ENHANCE YOUR FUTURE? Read More >

Tiger PAWS

Tiger PAWS Literary Art Journal

St. Philip’s students are encouraged to submit their writing and artwork for publication consideration. Read More >

Semifreddo

How to Cook: How to make semifreddo

How to make a Pumpkin Pie Semifreddo Read More >

Study Abroad in Northern Ireland

Study Abroad in Northern Ireland

Would you like to study abroad in Northern Ireland? Read More >

SPC WiFi

WiFi at St. Philip's

Get connected to SPC with our WiFi Hotspots Read More >

VIA Bus Information

Student Semester VIA Bus Pass

Students get your semester VIA Bus pass today Read More >

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Federal grant benefits St. Philip’s College

St. Philip’s College will receive $4.9 million this year as part of an institutional grant from the U.S. Department of Education Read More >

Councilman Medina Donates $5,000 for Scholarships

On Wednesday, June 27 at St. Philip's College Southwest Campus, District 5 City Councilman David Medina presented a $5,000 gift to fund a vocational scholarship partnership with the Alamo Colleges, Toyota Motor Manufacturing and St. Philips College. Representing Alamo Colleges at the ceremony were Trustee Roberto Zárate and Chancellor Bruce Leslie. They were joined by Mario Lozoya, Toyota manager of external affairs, and Dr. Adena Williams Loston, president of St. Philip’s College.

Medina's donation will provide ten $500 scholarships to City Council District 5 residents who are first time college students and will be enrolled full time for a two-year vocational program in science, technology, engineering, math or related fields at St. Philip’s College Southwest Campus this fall. Deadline for applications is July 13. Learn More.

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