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 Northwest Vista College Library
1st Floor, Redbud Learning Center (RLC)
3535 N. Ellison Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
(210) 486-4513
Mon - Thu: 7:30am - 8:30pm
Fri: 7:30am - 4 pm
Sat: 8:30am - 2:30pm

When are the deadlines to apply, pay my tuition, and so on?

Visit the Academic Calendars web page for a list of deadlines and other important dates. Please read the calendars carefully so that you are fully aware of application deadlines, payment deadlines, etc.

How do I apply?

For a detailed description of the application process, visit the AlamoENROLL web page.

I have submitted my application. Now what?

Your next steps for Enrollment can be located on the AlamoENROLL Checklist.

Many of the enrollment steps will be completed though your ACES account.

It is very important to note that your ACES account will become active 4-5 business days after your application has been submitted.

When you login, click on the e-mail folder icon toward the upper-left to view your acceptance letter for more information.

If you are unable to login, please call the Helpdesk at 210-485-0555.

What is my ACES Username and why is it important to login?

ACES is a secure portal that provides students with access to various applications using a single sign-on. As an ACES user, you will have access to register for classes, financial aid information, email, library resources, and online courses. ACES will also provide you with the latest information of events and important news taking place within your college.

To access the portal, visit the ACES website.

To obtain your ACES user name and password, visit the Alamo Colleges Banner web page.

What is a Banner ID number?

A Banner ID number can also be referred to as your student ID. It can be used to locate you in our system. It is best to always have your Banner ID number when filling out paper working or inquiring about your account.   

To obtain you Banner ID number Click HERE  

How is my residency determined and why is it important?

Residency for the purposes of enrollment can be divided in to three categories: In-District, Out-of-District Texas resident, and non-resident/non-Texas.  Your tuition and fees will be determined by your residency status, which you can learn more about here .  

How can I learn more about Northwest Vista College?

Thank you for your interest in our College!

Please visit our Recruitment web site here for more information about our campus!

Where do I have my transcripts sent?

Sending a Transcript:

All official transcripts may be mailed to:

Northwest Vista College
ATTN: Enrollment Services
3535 N. Ellison Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251

They can also be hand-delivered in a sealed envelope at the Enrollment Services teller window in room CCC-100.

How do I request my transcript?

Current Students

You may request your transcript online by logging in to ACES

Select Student tab and follow:

Web Services > Student & Financial Aid > Student Records > Request Printed Transcript

Please be sure that the form has been accurately completed before you submit it.

If you have a transcript hold, your transcript request will NOT be processed. You can check your holds at the Request Printed Transcript in ACES by clicking “View Holds” at the bottom of the page. Please contact the Records and Transcripts Office at Northwest Vista College for guidance on how to resolve holds.

Former Students

For instructions on how to request a transcript, visit the Transcript Process web page.

What is the Enrollment Management Period?

This is the period of time when the online registration is shut down District-wide. This means that students cannot add or drop courses via the online ACES portal. 

The enrollment management period typically takes place one week before classes begin for each part of term (Regular 16 week courses, Start II, Flex I, Flex II, etc).

Can I make class schedule changes during the Enrollment Management period?

We can assist students in adding Northwest Vista classes if the student is “registration ready” prior to the week of the Enrollment Management Period.  Students must visit the Cypress Campus Center (CCC), room 200 for assistance.

To be considered registration ready students must meet the following criteria:

1. Must have an active/accepted application on file

2. Must be cleared of all holds

Please note:  While we cannot add you into courses at another Alamo College, we can assist you in processing a drop for all Alamo Colleges.  Visit Admissions and Records, CCC room 100 for assistance.