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Whether you're registering for the first time or adding more classes, all Alamo Colleges District students can use the online registration tool to sign up for classes completely online.

Find and enroll in classes that fit your degree plan and take the next step toward achieving your goals today!

Steps to Register

Once admitted to one of the Alamo Colleges, students can access the registration tool in ACES.

  1. Log in to ACES at alamo.edu
  2. Navigate to the Student tab
  3. Click the “Register Here” graphic

Using this online tool, students can:

  • Prepare for registration
  • Synchronize existing degree plans
  • View past schedules
  • Browse classes and the course catalog
  • Register for classes

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Have more questions? Contact your college advising center for assistance.

Register - Tool Details

Using this online tool, students can manage their registration from start to finish. Here is where students can find various functions:

Prepare for Registration

  • Status of student profile
  • Registration holds
  • Time ticketing schedule
  • Number of credit hours earned
  • Class standing
  • Declared degree and major

Register for Classes

  • Search and register for classes
  • View and manage your schedule

Plan Ahead

  • Build a plan for the upcoming term
  • Load existing Alamo GPS academic success plans

Browse Classes

  • Look through available classes

View Registration Information

  • View past schedules and ungraded classes
  • Print schedule

Course Catalog

  • Here you can look up basic course information like subject, course and description.
Frequently Asked Questions

How can I plan ahead for registration?

  • Log in to the registration tool. Here you will see several options that can help you get ready to register.
  • On the "Prepare for Registration" page you can review your overall registration profile within the registration tool.
  • Use the "Plan Ahead" feature to build a plan for the upcoming semester and access your existing Alamo GPS academic success plan.
  • On the "View Registration Information" page, you can view past schedules.
  • Click "Browse Classes" or "Course Catalog" to view course information for upcoming terms.

How can I view if I have any registration holds?

View your “academic status” to see any holds that you may need to clear before registering.

How do I drop a course during the registration period?

If you would like to drop a class during the registration period, find the course you wish to change in the summary section and select “web drop before term” from the action menu and click submit.

How do I print my schedule?

Navigate to the "View Registration Information" screen. View you schedule by selecting the term from the drop-down menu.

Once your schedule appears, click the printer icon on the top right to print or save as a PDF.

Where can I check the status of my student profile, view registration holds, see my time ticketing schedule, view the number of credit hours I've earned, class standing, and declared degree and major?

Check to see if you are permitted to register on the “prepare for registration” screen.

Where can I see my time ticketing schedule?

View your “academic status” to see your time ticketing schedule.

Where can I view my class standing?

View your “academic status” to see your class standing.

Where can I view my declared degree and major?

View your “academic status” to see your declared degree and major.

Where can I view the number of credit hours I’ve earned?

View your “academic status” to see the number of credit hours you have earned?

Why don’t I see online courses on my calendar view?

Classes with the online/fully distance education instructional method are completed entirely online and do not meet at designated times.

These will not show on the calendar.

Will remote classes meet at a specific date and time?

If you add a course with a face-to-face (F2F), hybrid/blended course, or remote synchronous instructional method, it will meet on a specific date and time.

You will see it populate on the calendar at the bottom left of your screen.

Instructional Methods

As the Alamo Colleges continues its return to on-site operations, students will see various instructional methods offered when signing up for classes. Understand the type of class you’re signing up for by reviewing the definitions below.

Online/Fully Distance Education Course

This form of instruction does not occur at a specific day or time, otherwise known as “asynchronous” learning. At least 85% of this instruction is delivered online* via Canvas and additional online tools, which allows students to learn on their own time. There may be a face-to-face component such as orientation, laboratory, exam review, or an in-person test, which would be communicated by the instructor.

Remote Synchronous

Remote synchronous instruction takes place 100% online at scheduled class days and times.* It offers the benefits of face-to-face instruction while maximizing social distancing efforts. Remote instruction takes place via Zoom, Canvas, and additional online tools.

Face-to-Face (F2F)

Face-to-face indicates that instructors and students are in the same physical location at the same time. These courses meet for on-campus instruction at least 50% of the time.* There may be some remote elements to these courses.

Hybrid/Blended Course

These courses include both remote synchronous and face-to-face instruction. In these courses, 50-85% of instruction is remote synchronous.*

*In the registration tool, click on the course title to view exact details about that course’s instructional method.

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FAQs

When can I register for fall classes 2024 Alamo Colleges? ›

Full Academic Year Registration

Beginning with the 2023-2024 academic year, students will be able to register for the entire year – fall, spring and summer – at once. Full Academic Year Registration will open each April.

What are the 5 Alamo Colleges? ›

List of community college districts in the Alamo region
  • - Northeast Lakeview College.
  • - Northwest Vista College.
  • - Palo Alto College.
  • - San Antonio College.
  • - St. Philip's College.

Is San Antonio Community College free? ›

An estimated 12,645 students will be attending community college tuition-free in San Antonio this fall, a record number participating in the Alamo Promise program, which expanded last year to include all high school graduates in the region.

How to enroll in Alamo Colleges? ›

Just follow these easy steps and get started today!
  1. STEP 1: Apply. Visit ApplyTexas.org to complete an application for enrollment. ...
  2. STEP 2: Financial Aid. ...
  3. STEP 3: Transcripts. ...
  4. STEP 4: ACES. ...
  5. STEP 5: AlamoNAVIGATE. ...
  6. STEP 6: Bacterial Meningitis vaccine. ...
  7. STEP 7: Complete modules. ...
  8. STEP 8: Testing.

How do I schedule an appointment with Alamo Colleges advisor? ›

All enrolled students can schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor through AlamoNAVIGATE. Appointment times fill quickly, so please plan accordingly. Appointments are scheduled for 30-45 minute periods and must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.

How do I register late at UTSA? ›

A late registration form may be obtained in the Office of the Registrar. After the Census Date, students may not add courses except in extremely rare and extenuating circ*mstances as approved by the dean of the college offering the course and by the Dean of University College for undergraduate courses.

Which Alamo college is the best? ›

San Antonio College ranked number eight, Palo Alto College ranked number nine, and St. Philip's College ranked number ten. Northwest Vista College ranked among the top 20 online community colleges at number 18.

What is the acceptance rate for San Antonio College? ›

San Antonio is an above-average public college located in San Antonio, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 3,854 undergraduate students. The San Antonio acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing, and Fire Protection and Prevention.

What was the 1st college in Texas? ›

Southwestern is the oldest university that was established on Texas land, but it was founded as several different universities from 1840 - 1865 and did not become Southwestern University until 1873, when the charters of these universities were revitalized and merged into one university.

Can I go to UTSA for free? ›

How does it work? Students do not have to apply separately for this program. Bold Promise is automatically awarded to qualified Texas residents who meet the program qualifications. Tuition and mandatory fees are covered by scholarships, grants and tuition exemptions from federal, state and institutional funds.

How to get a full ride to UTSA? ›

How To Qualify
  1. Be a Texas Resident.
  2. Have a family income up to $70,000*
  3. Submit a FAFSA/TASFA by May 1†
  4. Admitted to UTSA by April 15◊
  5. Rank in top 25% of high school class (at time of admission)
  6. Enroll full-time (Complete 24 hours in the Fall/Spring semesters)

Who qualifies for Alamo Promise? ›

Graduating high school seniors from any of the participating high schools are eligible. Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), which includes three components: 1) Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0. 2) Completion rate of 66.66% cumulative rate between hours attempted and hours completed.

Do Alamo Colleges have dorms? ›

Privately owned residence halls give students the opportunity to experience dorm-style living. Chisholm Hall and University Oaks are managed by Campus Living Villages and are located near the University of Texas – San Antonio.

Can I take classes at other Alamo Colleges? ›

Can I register for a class at another Alamo College? Yes. Now that you are part of the Alamo Colleges system, you can take a course at any of the Alamo Colleges.

When to apply for MT SAC fall 2024? ›

Application Deadlines and Requirements
SessionApplication DeadlineClasses Begin
Summer IntersessionApril 30, 2024June 20, 2024
Fall SemesterJune 15, 2024August 26, 2024
Spring SemesterNovember 15, 2023February 26, 2024

Does Alamo promise cover summer classes? ›

AlamoPROMISE students may take classes during the Summer; however, other sources of funding such as Summer Momentum Program, Scholarships or other aid will need to be used as AlamoPROMISE last-dollar funding does not apply for summer terms.

What day does Lone Star College start? ›

Fall Semester 2024
EventDate
Classes BeginAugust 26
Labor Day Holiday (Offices Closed)August 31 - September 2
Friday, Saturday & Sunday Classes BeginSeptember 6, 7, 8
8-Week Term 2 classes beginOctober 21
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How long are MT SAC classes? ›

Classes in future semesters are subject to change. Mt. SAC offers a 16-week semester in the Fall and Spring, and a shorter 6-week intersession in Summer and Winter.

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