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We offer what you need to achieve success. Come explore and find out why so many students have decided to call one of the colleges in the Alamo Colleges District the pathway to their future.

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Welcome to ACES

Alamo Colleges Education Services is a secure portal connecting Faculty, Staff & Students to Academic Resources, Email, and other Online Resources.

Support Contacts: Helpdesk: 210-485-0555 | Weather Line: 210-485-0189


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St. Philip's College Library

MLK Campus: 210-486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: 210-486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123


Be sure to get to know your advisor! Know your educational plan

We are here to help you in all your academic pursuits. Visit us in the Welcome Center on the MLK Campus and Building 1 B172. We look forward to partnering in your success.

Certified advisors help students with class schedules, graduation preparation, degree audits, course substitution, and faculty member referrals.

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Want to make an appointment with your advisor?

 How do I identify who my advisor is?? 

Want to get on the right educational pathway?  Want to prevent delays at registration? Identify who your certified advisor is by logging into your ACES account and following these simple steps:

1.  Log into ACES
2.  Click on the My Page tab (5th tab from the left)
3.  Under Academic Profile (on the left) select the current term & press Go
4.  Your advisor's name will appear under the "Advisors" title
5.  Schedule your appointment by:
- checking your ACES email for an email from your advisor
- contact the advising office by visiting the Welcome Center at Martin Luther King or Building 1 Room B172 at Southwest campus
-contact the advising office by phone at 210-486-2008 at Martin Luther King or 210-486-7281 at Southwest campus

Be sure to always check your student email as you will be receiving periodic emails from your assigned certified advisor with important information.

What is advising and why is it in important?

Advising offers students an opportunity to identify an academic pathway, utilizing an advising syllabus, to promote the completion of their educational goals.  Students that utilize advising graduate faster, spend less time and money on courses that are not needed, and are more engaged in the college experience. 
Check out the advising syllabus at SPC to equip yourself with various policies, procedures, and resources. 

What is an INSTITUTE at St. Philip's College?

We’ve organized all our programs and courses into six Alamo Institutes that match students’ areas of interest with career goals giving you a clear path to the career goal you have in mind. It’s designed to help you take control of planning for your future. This new approach will save you time by guiding you to take only the courses you need, either to be job-ready when you graduate from one of the Alamo Colleges or to transfer to a university. It also saves you money, because you don’t pay for courses you don’t need or take more credit hours than you need to graduate or transfer.  

Take a peek at what the Institutes are all about. 


Post Assessment Advising and Refresher Course

Post assessment advising occurs with a certified advisor.  This assessment provides the student the opportunity to identify their options for retesting, refreshers, and/or registration based upon their educational pathway. At the time of Post Assessment Advising, students will be required to register for Freshman Experience (Orientation).

A Refresher Course will be required for students that have placed into a developmental course based on their TSI assessment results. Refresher courses are at no cost and provide a second opportunity to move into a higher developmental course or a college-level course.

Certified Advisors

 Martin Luther King Campus
(1801 Martin Luther King Drive, San Antonio, TX 78203)

Creative & Communication Arts Institute

Larry  Medina 210.486. 2804
Victor Natera 210.486.2690

Business & Entrepreneurship Institute

Yolanda Ward 210.486.2142
 James Satchell 210.486.2088
 Joseph Hernandez 210.486.2298 

 Health & Biosciences Institute

Janet Hart 210.486.2662
Frances Calderon 210.486.2584 
Irma Lopez 210.486.2456
Tricia Mc Elligott 210.486.2295
Teresa Hopwood 210.486.2484
Nathan Martinez 210.486.2380
 Doug Gable 210.486.2499

Advanced Manufacturing& Logistics Institute
(Automotive Technology Only)

Yvonne Benton 210.486.2822
Christine Sauceda 210.486.2466 
 Konnie Harper-Thompson 210.486.2254

Public Service Institute

Yvonne Benton 210.486.2822
Christine Sauceda 210.486.2466 
Konnie Harper-Thompson 210.486.2254

Science & Technology Institute

Meredith Bess 210.486.2147 
Deborah Woods 210.486.2113
 Monica Guerrero 210.486.2684


Southwest Campus
(800 Quintana Road, San Antonio, TX 78211)

Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Institute
Jennifer Salmeron 210.486.7046
Sarah Ramirez 210.486.7020 
Carlos Solis 210.486.7099

International Office
(1801 Martin Luther King Drive)

Shawnta Davis, PDSO, 210.486.2396
Sunny Hernandez, DSO, 210.486.2605
Meredith Bess, DSO, 210.486.2147   


Veterans Affairs Office 
(1801 Martin Luther King Drive)

Tony (Lawrence)Gable 210.486.2521  
Gloria (Maria) De Luna 210.486.2522
 Alicia Stolte 210.486.2088

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Appointment Advising Hours of Operation beginning Spring 2018:

Meet with your assigned advisor early to ensure that you have everything complete prior to the next registration cycle.  Check your ACES "My Page" tab to determine who your advisor is and schedule your appointment today.

 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MLK Advising Line:  210-486-2008
SWC Advising Line:  210-486-7281

Contact your certified advisor via e-mail to schedule an appointment today!  

Spring 2018 Advising Hours of Operation:

Monday:  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 Tuesday:  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 Wednesday:  8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
 Thursday:  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 Friday:  1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
 **First Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


What is Freshman Experience (Orientation) and why do I need to attend?

Freshman Experience is an opportunity for all First Time in College students to attend a session to understand the college lingo, college resources, and the college policies/procedure here at SPC.  It is highly encouraged for students who are transferring or returning to SPC.  Want to get a glance at what you will be seeing, click the link below called "Freshman Experience Powerpoint Presentation". 

* *Be advised that students must have an active application on file for the semester and will need to be registration ready prior to registering for Freshman Experience.  Freshman Experience should be the last step before meeting with your advisor for course selection and registration.

 Below is the online registration link and dates and times for Freshman Experience.  Sign up today!  


Online Registration Link Below

 Online Freshman Experience Registration Form 

Freshman Experience Powerpoint Presentation

Martin Luther King campus:

Location:  Center for Learning and Resources (CLR) Room 108

Southwest Campus

Location:  Building 1 Room B172

 **You must be registered for the session and must arrive at least 10 minutes in advance to ensure that you are logged on to the computer to begin the session on time.  Please have your ACES log-in information available at the Freshman Experience session.  Passwords and ACES ID are required. We will not allow late entry as there are many policies and procedures that are covered to ensure that you are successfully prepared to begin your educational pathway.   



What Can We Help You With?

Certified Advisors

The Certified advisors are committed to helping students be successful by providing quality service, support, and encouragement to you. Come see us in the Welcome Center (MLK) and in Building 1 Room B172 at Southwest Campus!




Important Dates

March 7–10, 2018
Spring Flex I Session - Final Exams

March 10, 2018
Spring Flex I Session - End of Session

March 12–18, 2018
Spring Break - College Closed

March 19, 2018
Spring Flex II Session - Classes begin

March 26, 2018
Spring Flex II Session - Census date

March 30–April 1, 2018
Easter Holiday - College Closed

April 13, 2018
Spring 16-Week Session - Last day to withdraw

** Academic Calendar **