First year CTN student at Palo Alto College, Emily Acosta, received the Gambrinus scholarship for $4,000. She wrote an essay in Dr. Rodriguez’s EDUC 1300 class about her life experiences and how they prompted her to pursue a higher education. She also wrote about her life and career goals and how a scholarship would help her achieve those goals
PAC instructor, Dr. Rodriguez, took his students to register to vote and had his picture made at the Inside Out photo truck.
A recent ranking by the Equality of Opportunity Project, which aggregated statistics on students’ earnings and their parents’ incomes of every college in America
The Ascender MVC Club held their annual Kickoff Party on Thursday, September 6, in the cafeteria at the Multi-Purpose Room from 8:00-11:00 a.m. Students enjoyed tacos and meeting new members.
Garza will assume duties in September, as current presiden
Palo Alto College, a CTN campus, has been recognized at the state and national level on a new list by Niche.com., a ranking platform with 50 million users looking for information on K-12 schools and colleges in the U.S
Austin CC campuses began hosting mentor /mentee matches in mid-September. At these meetings, students meet their assigned mentor for the first time.
Ascender students on Austin Community College campuses attended orientation at the end of August.