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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


Self-Declared Concentrations*

  * Moved from majors to concentrations in 2014



Contact Hours and Semester Credit Hours - Term


 Post - Graduation Outcomes

* This is the most recent report available from THECB. Report will be updated once available.




 Contact Hours and Semester Credit Hours - Full Year 

Student Profiles

                   Fall 2014    loss of staff, will revisit Sp 2018

                   Fall 2013 


Productive Grade Rate (PGR) 

To access current data related to grade distribution, productive grade rate and retention, please access the Alamo Colleges Institutional Research and Effectiveness Services (IRES) Alamo Share site (internal employees only).  It can be found under Data By Strategic Driver then Completion.


Alamo Colleges Benchmarks

This document shows for selected Alamo Colleges KPI measures how St. Philip's College (SPC) measures up to the other very large community colleges (VLCC) of Texas which the Alamo Colleges uses as peer institutions for benchmarking purposes. Where available, state or national averages are included for comparison. The latest available performance measurements for SPC and VLCC leaders are compared below.

This process helps the colleges determine their own annual performance targets. The color-code system employed is based on three colors: Green denotes performance above VLCC leader; Red denotes performance below VLCC leader; and Yellow indicates borderline performance. College performance results and targets are to be systematically compared for the production of performance scorecards in order to advance performance management, transparency, and accountability at the Alamo Colleges.

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Contact Information

MLK Campus
Sutton Learning Center (SLC),
Suite 319

Maria Hinojosa, Ed. D.

Statistical Research Specialist:
Rhonda Johnson, B.A.

Coordinator of Measurement and Evaluation:
Sonia Valdez, B.A.A.S.

Administrative Assistant:
Shanna Bradford, M.A.