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SAC Celebrates Back to School with VIA

San Antonio College students, staff and administration joined VIA for a fun-filled back-to-school event featuring SAC's spirit figure, the Gnome Ranger. Read More >

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SAC Celebrates Back to School with VIA

San Antonio College students, staff and administration joined VIA for a fun-filled back-to-school event featuring SAC's spirit figure, the Gnome Ranger. Read More >

Interns

SAC Hosts FSA Summer Interns

San Antonio College recently teamed up with the San Antonio Family Service Association (FSA) as part of their Youth Career Opportunity Program. During the summer, SAC hosted 26 high school interns, ages 14 to 17, from around the city. Read More >

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Challenger National Conference Visits SAC

The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College recently hosted the 2015 Challenger Center Annual Conference and Board Meeting from August 9th through 13th on the San Antonio College campus. The event was sponsored by the Alamo Colleges. Read More >

TRIO

SAC Receives Two TRIO Grants

San Antonio College will receive more than $2 million in funding over the next five years to help low-income, first-generation-in-college and disabled students achieve a degree. Read More >

Vet Center

SAC to Build Veterans Support Center

San Antonio College will receive $7.6 million in state appropriated funds to construct a new Veterans Support and Care Center on campus. Read More >

GED

GED Program Accepting Applications

The San Antonio College GED-to-College transition program is currently accepting applications for the Fall 2015 semester. The award-winning GED-to-College program is tailored for individuals who want to enroll at SAC after earning their GED. Read More >

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SAC a Top STEM Associates Degree Producer

San Antonio College was recently named one of the nation’s top producers of Latino graduates in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Read More >

Vela Alumni Award

President Named Distinguished Alumnus

President of San Antonio College, Dr. Robert Vela, earns "2015 Javelina Distinguished Alumnus" award. Read More >

Welcome Center

Tino & Millie Duran Welcome Center Opens

The Tino & Millie Duran Welcome Center gives San Antonio College a new “front door” on North Main Avenue. Read More >

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Being SAC Proud

San Antonio College hosted its annual Commencement Ceremony at the Freeman Coliseum on Saturday where a record 1,009 students crossed the stage to ceremonially receive a diploma, certificate or associate degree. Read More >

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SWANS Wins NACADA Award

Dr. Helen Vera, Director of the Department of Services for Women & Non-Traditional Students (SWANS), and her staff have been recognized by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) with an Outstanding Advising Program Award. Read More >

STEM Academy

Scobee Education Center to Host STEM Academy

The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College will take teachers on a real-life space adventure with a pair of professional development workshops this summer. Read More >

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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 >

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  • Gnome Ranger VIA

    SAC Celebrates Back to School with VIA

    San Antonio College students, staff and administration joined VIA for a fun-filled back-to-school event featuring SAC's spirit figure, the Gnome Ranger. Read More >
  • Interns

    SAC Hosts FSA Summer Interns

    San Antonio College recently teamed up with the San Antonio Family Service Association (FSA) as part of their Youth Career Opportunity Program. During the summer, SAC hosted 26 high school interns, ages 14 to 17, from around the city. Read More >
  • Downlink

    Challenger National Conference Visits SAC

    The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College recently hosted the 2015 Challenger Center Annual Conference and Board Meeting from August 9th through 13th on the San Antonio College campus. The event was sponsored by the Alamo Colleges. Read More >
  • TRIO

    SAC Receives Two TRIO Grants

    San Antonio College will receive more than $2 million in funding over the next five years to help low-income, first-generation-in-college and disabled students achieve a degree. Read More >
  • Vet Center

    SAC to Build Veterans Support Center

    San Antonio College will receive $7.6 million in state appropriated funds to construct a new Veterans Support and Care Center on campus. Read More >
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  • Gnome Ranger VIA

    SAC Celebrates Back to School with VIA

    Thursday, August 27, 2015
    San Antonio College students, staff and administration joined VIA for a fun-filled back-to-school event featuring SAC's spirit figure, the Gnome Ranger. Read More >
  • Interns

    SAC Hosts FSA Summer Interns

    Wednesday, August 19, 2015
    San Antonio College recently teamed up with the San Antonio Family Service Association (FSA) as part of their Youth Career Opportunity Program. During the summer, SAC hosted 26 high school interns, ages 14 to 17, from around the city. Read More >
  • Downlink

    Challenger National Conference Visits SAC

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015
    The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College recently hosted the 2015 Challenger Center Annual Conference and Board Meeting from August 9th through 13th on the San Antonio College campus. The event was sponsored by the Alamo Colleges. Read More >
  • TRIO

    SAC Receives Two TRIO Grants

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015
    San Antonio College will receive more than $2 million in funding over the next five years to help low-income, first-generation-in-college and disabled students achieve a degree. Read More >