May is Mental Health Awareness Month

People experiencing mental health conditions often face rejection, bullying and even discrimination. This can make their journey to recovery longer and more difficult. Stigma is when someone, or you yourself, view you in a negative way because you have a mental health condition. Some people describe stigma as shame that can be felt like a... Continue Reading →

Recap of the 2017-2018 Retirement Ceremony

Every year, the Alamo Colleges District hosts a Retirement Ceremony to honor and celebrate our recent retirees. This year, the ceremony was held at the Killen Center Foyer and honored over 60 retirees. Altogether, our retirees totaled 1,304 years of service to the Alamo Colleges District. Send your warm wishes by leaving a comment on the... Continue Reading →

Service Learning is a high-impact practice and strategy for increasing student success in a community-based setting. Faculty and staff members who work directly with students are encouraged to apply! To register, search keywords "Service Learning Workshop" in AlamoTALENT. Deadline to register is October 11th. Service Learning Workshop Flyer

Review Deductions on Your September 14th Paycheck

On September 14th, verify that your deductions are correct! All changes that were made during Benefits Summer Enrollment will appear on your September 14, 2018 paycheck.  If the deductions are incorrect, contact your College’s Benefits Coordinator. How to View Your Paycheck Stub Your paycheck stubs are viewable online in ACES.  Click here for simple step-by-step... Continue Reading →

Alamo Colleges District Tricentennial Event

Community Colleges in San Antonio Past and Present You’re invited to the Alamo Colleges District Tricentennial Event on Wednesday, September 12 at St. Philip’s College, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will focus on Community Colleges in San Antonio Past and Present. Please make sure to... Continue Reading →

Know Your Leave Carryover Limit

With summer coming to an end, don’t forget about the leave carryover limits.  These limits identify the maximum amount of leave you can carry into the next fiscal year.  The limits, which vary by years of service, are listed in the table below.  Unused leave in excess of the carryover limits will be forfeited by... Continue Reading →

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