|Setting:||Large City Setting|
|Size:||Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||No|
|Parking Permit Required:||Yes|
St. Philip’s College, part of Alamo Colleges in San Antonio, Texas, is a public community college that aims to prepare students for advanced learning in academic and technical programs.
Student life is deeply intertwined with the local community. Many partnerships with companies like Toyota, Pratt and Whitney and Medtronics allow graduates to receive jobs in the surrounding area to positively contribute to the growth and development of San Antonio.
The school also offers a rich array of internship opportunities for students to develop career-related skills and establish contacts with potential employers.
Academics include more than 85 associate’s degrees in three categories: liberal arts and sciences, health sciences and applied science and technology. Some programs include Business Administration, Chemical Research, Philosophy and Mechanical Engineering.
More than 80 certificate programs are available, including Aircraft Technology, Computer Maintenance Technology, Early Childhood Studies and Surgical Technology.
Admissions require students to submit an official high school transcript or GED certificate, meet placement requirements and schedule an advising session in order to be considered for enrollment.
Tuition is set lower for Texas residents.
To be considered for financial aid, students must file a FAFSA. Forms of aid include federal grants, scholarships, loans and work study programs.
40% of students gave St Philips College, San Antonio 4 stars overall.
Overall, I believe the school is a good stepping stone towards a University degree. It is well suited for those who are not looking for a four-year degree as well. Tuition cost is very low compared to surrounding Universities. Students can count on saving money by completing their basics at this school.
I've had some of my friends that have completed their classes in St Philip,and they told me that this was the best place to go and continue my education. so i have decided to go back to school in the fall.
St Philips College, San Antonio
1801 Martin Luther King Dr
San Antonio, TX 78203
Very good walkability. We recommend walking in this area.
Some transit. This area has limited public transportation.
Seasonal average temperatures for San Antonio, TX
- Latino: 51%
- African American: 14%
- Caucasian: 30%
- Asian: 2%
- Unknown and Other: 3%
|Unknown and Other||3%|
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