Save Time and Money with the Summer Momentum Plan
The Alamo Colleges District now offers students a Summer Momentum Plan that saves eligible students time and money. The plan allows students who earn 18-24 credit hours in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters, at any of the five colleges, at the Alamo Colleges District, to get three to six FREE credit hours in the Summer 2017 semester.
The Summer Momentum Plan enables more students to achieve the life-long benefits of college, with less financial stress. Students can earn their degree in less time, save money and use their financial aid more effectively.
Students who earn a total of 24 or more credit hours in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 (any combination) semesters, at any of the five colleges, at the Alamo Colleges District, get up to six free academic credit hours in the summer, at a yearly tuition savings of $516. This allows them to earn the 60 credit hours needed for their degree in just two years.
Students who earn a total of 18-23 credit hours, at any of the five colleges, at the Alamo Colleges District, in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 (any combination) semester, get three free academic credit hours in the summer, at a yearly tuition savings of $258, allowing them to complete their degree in three years. Out-of-district students can save even more. The free summer credit hours must be taken at any of the five colleges, in the Alamo Colleges District, in the summer semester immediately following the qualifying fall and spring semesters.
Eligible students can attend any of the five colleges in the Alamo Colleges District, which offer fields of study in a wide range of areas, including accounting, biotechnology, business, computer science, criminal justice, early childhood education, nursing and paralegal. All Alamo Colleges earned credit hours (Credit Courses with a grade of "C" or better) count toward the Summer Momentum Plan free hours.
Students are encouraged to take hours within their program plan.
Learn more about the different programs of study available, and which college best supports your academic interests.