How to Apply
Every day, the Alamo Colleges District provides its students an affordable, high-quality education that leads to high-wage, high-demand careers.
We have tailored easy steps for all types of students.
A student who is a high school or home school graduate or has obtained a GED.
A student who has previously attended the Alamo Colleges District but has not enrolled for more than one year.
A student who plans to attend the Alamo Colleges District and completed coursework or is currently enrolled at another college/university.
A student earning a degree, certificate, or completing a transfer advising guide online at Alamo Colleges.
A student who is currently in high school.
A student from abroad studying in the United States.
Interested in Short-term Training Opportunities?
We offer accelerated skills training to help you get started or get ahead in your career. Programs can be completed in a shorter amount of time.
Free Educational and Job Placement Program
Land a high-quality, in-demand job with free tuition and career guidance. The Alamo Colleges is an approved training partner of SA Ready to Work.
or toll-free at 1-844-20ALAMO (1-844-202-5266)
For assistance with admissions, payments (Business Office), student financial aid or continuing education, please call the number listed during the hours of operation.
Our team can provide assistance with:
Hours of Operation
First-Time Students Checklist
Former / Returning Students Checklist
Transfer Students Checklist
The IT Helpdesk is the central point of contact for all technology needs. Contact us by phone, email or visit.
District Helpdesk Information
Phone: 210-485-0555 Option 4
Hours of Operation
When calling, please have the following information readily available
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