San Antonio College celebrates Women’s History Month with virtual panel discussions, workshops, and film screenings. This year’s theme is “Rasquache Rebels: Women Making History”. A full list of Women’s History Month events and links is available on the Women's History Month website.
The Annual Student Symposium in Art History includes four presentations from art lecture courses in the San Antonio College Visual Arts Program. Due to COVID, this event is virtual with the entire program recorded and finalized this semester. To view the Annual Student Symposium in Art History in it's entirety, click here.
The health and wellness of students and staff is the highest priority of the Alamo Colleges District. Laptop computer check out, student emergency aid, and student food support are some of the resources available to students. A full list of student resources is on the Alamo Colleges Return to Campus website.
San Antonio College Flex Two registration for the 2021 Spring semester ends Tuesday, March 16th. Flex two courses run eight weeks and course offerings are limited. More information on Flex two registration is available on the San Antonio College website.
Stay connected for the latest news from the San Antonio College community by watching “Virtually Speaking of SAC”. Join SAC President, Dr. Robert Vela, and KSYM's Hot Mustard for this laid back, informative, and entertaining show. “Virtually Speaking of SAC” is streamed LIVE every Tuesday morning from 8:30 am to 9:00 am on the SAC YouTube channel. You can also stream past episodes here.
The Alamo Colleges are hosting Pop-Up Markets in collaboration with the San Antonio Food Bank to provide healthy food to students, employees, and the surrounding community. Pop-Up Markets are no contact, drive-through events and all participants must register in advance. Dates and registration are on the Alamo Colleges website.
Alamo College students who have health or medical issues can call Telehealth services for professional medical advice. This service is available to current students with insurance and those who are uninsured. A small co-pay may be collected from some students, but no student will be turned away due to lack of payment. Information on appointments and services is on the Alamo Colleges website.
The San Antonio College Student Advocacy Center hosts a variety of remote workshops throughout the spring semester. Relaxation Breathing, Motivation, and Self Care are a few of the workshops offered. A full list of workshops and dates are on the Student Advocacy Center website.
The Alamo Colleges District is implementing a slow and careful return to campuses for the Spring 2021 semester. Most classes are held remotely with exceptions for some courses that require face-to-face learning. Temperature checks are required for everyone on campus. More information on the Return to Campus Plan and COVID-19 updates are the Alamo Colleges Return to Campus website.
The San Antonio College Student Advocacy Center offers a Poetry Support Group. This group focuses on supporting SAC students and their mental health through poetry exploration. Students connect and share their work every Monday at 12:30 pm. Poetry Support Group information and registration is on the Student Advocacy Center website.
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